Greenfiled Childrens Clinic

Located inside Children's Wisconsin on the 2nd floor.

Welcome to Our Practice

Welcome to Baggott DDS, Your Dentist in Greenfield, Wisconsin!

We are William R Baggott DDS and Timothy C Baggott DDS a father and son team that combines the wisdom and experience of a father with the enthusiasm of a son trained in the most current techniques from the renowned Marquette University School of Dentistry. Our family practice welcomes people of all ages and dental needs. We strive to provide the highest level of dentistry while ensuring a comfortable experience for all of our patients. Our state of the art office, which opened in November of 2009, employs a variety of technologies to accomplish just that. From routine cleanings and preventive care to complex dental problems and emergency dental needs we are here to serve you.

We warmly welcome you to our practice. Please take a moment to explore our website. Here you will find information about our office, staff, services, and more. If you have any other questions or wish to schedule an appointment please contact us at (414) 543-9911 or [email protected]

In 2018, Dr. Timothy Baggott opened an office in downtown Milwaukee. Should that location be more convenient, please contact him at (414) 271-1246 or [email protected] For more information visit his website www.downtownmilwaukeedentist.com.

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