Lincoln, Nebraska

Steckelberg Dental

Steckelberg Dental

3201 S 33rd St., Ste A
Lincoln, NE 68506
(402) 489-7800
Steckelberg Dental, Dentists, Health and Beauty, Lincoln, Nebraska

When searching for a quality dentist to oversee the oral care of you and your family, it’s important to find an experienced professional that also harbors great compassion for the overall experience their office provides its clients. At Steckelberg Dental, their staff has a wonderful reputation throughout their home location of Lincoln, NE, for offering its patients office visits that seem less like dentist appointments and more like spending time visiting family.

At Steckelberg Dental, personalized, comfortable service is at the forefront of everything provided. Their staff takes the time to get to know each of their patients and help them feel at ease before beginning any procedures. Specializing in all facets of dentistry, they use the latest state-of-the-art technology to keep you and your family smiling. Treatments they specialize in include:

  • Childrens dentistry
  • General dentistry
  • Cosmetic dentistry
  • Preventative care
  • Periodontal disease treatment

When you need a dentist that truly has your comfort and best smile in mind, seek out the compassionate services of Steckelberg Dental and let them create a personalized oral health plan to keep you and your family smiling.

To make an appointment at Steckelberg Dental, call (402) 489-7800 today. For a more detailed list of services and new patient forms, visit them online.

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