Welcome to Eastbrook Dental Associates!

Brookfield, WI


Eastbrook Dental Associates is a family dental practice serving Brookfield, WI and surrounding Metro Milwaukee areas for three generations. Our mission at Eastbrook is to provide skillful dental care to the absolute highest professional standards in a setting that is comfortable, convenient and familiar to each individual. 

Dr. Thomas R. Henschel, Dr. Theodore G. Calado and Dr. Gabriel D. LeGros share a commitment to state-of-the-art technology, and are trained in the latest techniques to provide care that looks and feels great. They offer preventive, diagnostic and restorative care, as well as advanced 3D CBCT guided dental implant placement. In addition, the doctors have advanced training in cosmetic smile enhancement procedures that includes both traditional porcelain veneers and LUMINEER® porcelain veneers.

The doctors at Eastbrook believe that one of the keys to superior dental treatment is their promise of continuity of care. At our office, YOU choose your doctor and professional hygienist, and then we make certain that you see that same doctor and hygienist at EVERY visit, unless YOU decide otherwise. We find continuity of care minimizes patient surprises, as our patients truly get to know those providing their care, and vice versa.  Better care and a better patient experience are our goals.

We welcome referrals from friends, family or any NEW patient seeking exceptional dental care!

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3D CBCT Digital Imaging

We are privileged to offer advanced 3-D Cone Beam imaging to obtain incredibly detailed images of tooth roots, and the surrounding bone, nerve canals and sinuses. Learn More »

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Digital Impression Scanner

Our 3M True Definition Scanner is a digital impression system that replaces the messy and unpleasant traditional dental impression materials. Learn More »

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Dental Implants

Today, dental implants are considered the best way to replace missing teeth. A dental implant is a one-tooth solution to a one-tooth problem. Learn More »