A Message From Dr. Bloom

I am honored to serve the valued patients of Dr. Rhonda
Sleiter. This is a responsibility I take very seriously and
am proud to accept. I look forward to meeting each and
every one of you in person. Until then, please allow me
to take a moment to share how I practice dentistry and
what you can expect during this time of transition.

Though the name is changing, the values remain the same.
Dr. Sleiter and I have many things in common, one of which is a genuine concern for our patients. I am here not only to serve you, but to come along side you as we live and work in this fine community.

You can expect continuity in your care. Dr. Sleiter and I are working hard to ensure you are well cared for throughout this transition! You will begin seeing me periodically between now and my May 4th start date as Ill be in and out of the clinic as Dr. Sleiter introduces us and we begin integrating our dental practices.

Family means the world to me and I will care for you the same way I would my own family. I will listen, be honest and open with you. I will explain myself and treat you with respect, compassion and dignity. Last but certainly not least, I will provide the same level of high quality care you have come to know and expect.

Integrity, Excellence, Compassion- three words I will work tirelessly to live up to each and every day.  I look forward to meeting you soon!

Sincerely,

Nathan L. Bloom, DDS

“Dr. Bloom flawlessly put in 3 fillings for me. He and the staff made me feel very comfortable with their level of professionalism and friendliness. From the front desk staff to the hygienists and assistants, I felt well taken care of. Dr. Bloom answered all of my questions and was kind enough to share exactly what kind of work I would be having done and why. I would recommend Bloom Family Dental to anyone who values a dentist who will treat you like family.” –Kyle G.

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A Message From Dr. Bloom

I am honored to serve the valued patients of Dr. Rhonda
Sleiter. This is a responsibility I take very seriously and
am proud to accept. I look forward to meeting each and
every one of you in person. Until then, please allow me
to take a moment to share how I practice dentistry and
what you can expect during this time of transition.

Though the name is changing, the values remain the same.
Dr. Sleiter and I have many things in common, one of which is a genuine concern for our patients. I am here not only to serve you, but to come along side you as we live and work in this fine community.

You can expect continuity in your care. Dr. Sleiter and I are working hard to ensure you are well cared for throughout this transition! You will begin seeing me periodically between now and my May 4th start date as Ill be in and out of the clinic as Dr. Sleiter introduces us and we begin integrating our dental practices.

Family means the world to me and I will care for you the same way I would my own family. I will listen, be honest and open with you. I will explain myself and treat you with respect, compassion and dignity. Last but certainly not least, I will provide the same level of high quality care you have come to know and expect.

Integrity, Excellence, Compassion- three words I will work tirelessly to live up to each and every day.  I look forward to meeting you soon!

Sincerely,

Nathan L. Bloom, DDS

Gum Disease vs. Gingivitis

September 20, 2018

Gum Disease vs. Gingivitis When it comes to gum disease and gingivitis, there’s often a bit of confusion between the two. Are they the same thing or are they different? Can they be treated the same way or not? What does it mean if you’re told you have one or the other? Not to worry, our dental office in Sheboygan is here to help answer your questions. A Closer Look a Gum Disease Gum disease is ultimately a term Read More...

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