Rice Lake Dental Clinic provides children's dental care


Rice Lake Pediatric Dental Clinic: New Building

We are excited to announce that our Rice Lake children’s dental office is moving to a more spacious, updated location to better serve our pediatric dental patients and their families in late Spring of 2019. Our children’s dental clinic is only moving a block away in Rice Lake and we will continue to provide updates on the moving date as it gets closer.

At Smiles in Motion, our goal has always been to make kid’s dental care a positive experience for kids and we’re excited to be growing our dental services for kids in Rice Lake. We’ve created a fun and laid-back environment to help make your child feel comfortable and welcome at a Rice Lake dentist, and provide you with a stress-free dental care experience. Thanks to your support, we’ve been able to continue helping families in the Chippewa Valley and Rice Lake feel good about visiting a children’s dentist for over 10 years.


Kids’ Dental Care


Pediatric dentists receive an additional two years of schooling to truly understand children’s dental care and behavioral needs. We’re excited to continue expanding our pediatric dentistry services and are pleased to let you know that our Rice Lake dental care location will be moving in the late Spring of 2019.  Our new Rice Lake facility is only one block away at 840 Bear Paw Avenue and will be more spacious and accommodating for our kids’ dental care patients and their families. Whether your child needs a teeth cleaning, mouth guard, or even an emergency dentist, our Rice Lake children’s dental care clinic is proud to serve you.


We’d like to thank our caring, capable team and all of the families that trust us to provide dental care for their children and for making this new Rice Lake dental clinic possible. We look forward to continuing to grow and make going to a pediatric dentist a positive and fun experience.


The Rice Lake pediatric dentist location will be officially moving in the Spring of 2019.  Dental appointment schedules will not be interrupted.