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Welcome to Midwest Dental
Oconomowoc, WI!

It is our pleasure to partner with you in your dental care. Whether you are a new patient or already part of our family, Midwest Dental Oconomowoc offers a wide range of general dental services, cosmetic dentistry and restorative dentistry for adults and children.

We accept most insurance and offer new patient specials. If you have any questions, please give us a call.

Dental Services

We are trained in the latest advances in dental treatment and are empowered to focus on the best care for you and your family. Our services include:

Accepted Insurance

Midwest Dental accepts a wide range of dental insurance plans,* including plans from:

  • Delta PPO

*This is not a comprehensive list, and is subject to change. Please contact your insurance provider to verify coverage and acceptance.

New Patient Offers

Please print out one of the offers below and bring it with you on your first visit to redeem.

Print Offers

$59

New Adult Patient

exam, cleaning & x-rays

Regularly $236 - $363

Free Oral-B Toothbrush

New patients only. Cannot be used with insurance, state or federal programs, or combined with other offers. If gum disease is present, offer limited to exam and x-ray. Child patient offer for ages 12 and under. Limited time only.

FREE

Oral-B Toothbrush

Following exam & x-rays

New patients who make an appointment at Midwest Dental will get a free Oral-B toothbrush at their first visit following exam & x-rays. Cannot be used with federal or state programs or combined with other offers. Limit one offer per person. Product value up to $20. While supplies last.

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About Our Dentists

Dr. Judie V. Cotey

  • Education: Loyola University of Chicago - B.S. in Biology, 1986
    University of Illinois College of Dentistry - D.D.S. 1990
  • Advanced Training: CEREC one appointment porcelain crowns
    Waterlase MD LASER surgery
    3D guided implant placement and restorations
    Invisalign/clear braces
    Bonding/porcelain veneers
    Nightguards & Zoom whitening
  • Memberships: American Dental Association
    Wisconsin Dental Association
    Waukesha Dental Society & Chicago Dental Society
  • Interests: Fitness & nutrition, dancing & performing, gardening, fishing & hiking
  • Personal Statement: "Not only am I meticulous in my dentistry, but I am also passionate about forging relationships with my patients. It is very important for me to make the patients feel comfortable and at ease with their dental treatment. I take the time to listen and talk to patients to help them relax prior to any procedure. I believe the patient’s comfort and trust are of utmost importance to a successful dental visit."
Dr. Kelsey Chin

Dr. Kelsey Chin

  • Education: Marquette University - BS in Biomedical Sciences
    Marquette University School of Dentistry - DDS
  • Memberships: American Dental Association
    Wisconsin Dental Association
    Academy of General Dentistry
    Chicago Dental Society
  • Interests: Playing tennis, golfing & baking
  • Personal Statement: "I wish to instill confidence in my patients, through work they can be proud of, in a comfortable and understanding environment. The mouth plays a significant role in a person’s overall health, and I believe it’s very important to get to know each of my patients as a whole. I hope to help people overcome their fear of the dentist, by taking the time to listen to their concerns and providing a safe and calming experience."
Dr. Judie V. Cotey Dr. Kelsey Chin

About
Our Dentist

Dr. Judie V. Cotey

Dr. Judie V. Cotey

  • Education: Loyola University of Chicago - B.S. in Biology, 1986
    University of Illinois College of Dentistry - D.D.S. 1990
  • Advanced Training: CEREC one appointment porcelain crowns
    Waterlase MD LASER surgery
    3D guided implant placement and restorations
    Invisalign/clear braces
    Bonding/porcelain veneers
    Nightguards & Zoom whitening
  • Memberships: American Dental Association
    Wisconsin Dental Association
    Waukesha Dental Society & Chicago Dental Society
  • Interests: Fitness & nutrition, dancing & performing, gardening, fishing & hiking
  • Personal Statement: "Not only am I meticulous in my dentistry, but I am also passionate about forging relationships with my patients. It is very important for me to make the patients feel comfortable and at ease with their dental treatment. I take the time to listen and talk to patients to help them relax prior to any procedure. I believe the patient’s comfort and trust are of utmost importance to a successful dental visit."
Dr. Judie V. Cotey Dr. Kelsey Chin Dr. Kelsey Chin

About
Our Dentist

Dr. Kelsey Chin

Dr. Kelsey Chin

  • Education: Marquette University - BS in Biomedical Sciences
    Marquette University School of Dentistry - DDS
  • Memberships: American Dental Association
    Wisconsin Dental Association
    Academy of General Dentistry
    Chicago Dental Society
  • Interests: Playing tennis, golfing & baking
  • Personal Statement: "I wish to instill confidence in my patients, through work they can be proud of, in a comfortable and understanding environment. The mouth plays a significant role in a person’s overall health, and I believe it’s very important to get to know each of my patients as a whole. I hope to help people overcome their fear of the dentist, by taking the time to listen to their concerns and providing a safe and calming experience."

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