By choosing Waters Family Dental, you have selected a practice whose doctors have demonstrated the high level of clinical excellence that you would want in a doctor. Dr. Christopher Waters has owned and operated this practice in Grand Island for over 30 years. He is grateful for the relationships he and our team have with patients in our office. In fact, out of almost 600 reviews, patients rate us an average of 4.88 out of 5 stars!
Waters Family Dentistry is conveniently located at 2916 Stolley Park Road in Grand Island in the east half of the building. Our office is approximately eight blocks east of Highway 281, just past Five Points Bank and the Grand Island hike and bike trail. Our parking lot and office building are easy to see on the north side of Stolley Park Road. We offer wheelchair accessible parking near the main door entrance in the center of the building.
To reserve your appointment with Waters Family Dentistry, please call our office at (308) 382-1734. Our staff will find a date and time that works best for your schedule. We offer convenient hours and text and/or email appointment reminders. If you choose to opt-in for these reminders, you will receive a “save the date” reminder, a reminder two days prior to your appointment and also a last-minute reminder one hour before your appointment.
When you arrive, you will notice our comfortable waiting room filled with thoughtful touches. We keep a daily copy of The Grand Island Independent newspaper and a good selection of magazines to choose from. For children, we have several books about dental health and also a dollhouse and a toy garage to play with. Don’t miss the beautiful triptych landscape artwork displayed on the west well; one of our hygienists, Jayne, painted this for the office.
Your Comfort is Important to Us
Waters Family Dentistry is pleased to offer a Comfort Menu. This listing is printed for you during your New Patient visit and highlights the various amenities we offer to put you and your loved ones at ease.
- Nitrous oxide – a safe and relaxing gas you inhale during your appointment. Once your procedure is complete, the effects of the gas disappear. You are able to safely resume your normal activities.
- Pillow – to help support your head and neck during a procedure
- Blanket – to warm you in our treatment rooms if you are chilly
- Bose headphones – to attach to your personal device to minimize treatment room sounds
- Preferred prophy and Fluoride varnish – your choice of mint and assorted flavors
- Lip balm – to moisten your lips during treatment
- Sunglasses – to shield and protect your eyes during your appointment
- Warm towelettes – to clean off any residual dental materials from your face
- Bottled water following your visit – to refresh you after your dental cleaning
- Squeezy teeth – to distract you
- Topical anesthetic – to keep you comfortable
Following your restorative care, Dr. Waters or Dr. Crouch will text or call you. For more extensive dental work, our relationship coordinator Natalie will give you give you comfort call a week following your appointment.
Please refer to our Financial page for detailed information or call our office at (308) 382-1734
Please refer to our Patient Forms page to learn about the forms we request prior to treatment.
Waters Family Dentistry has a strong history of supporting Grand Island and is proud of our community involvement. We are long-time members of the Grand Island Chamber of Commerce and have been Heartland United Way Builders Club members for many years. In the past our office staff has done several volunteer projects:
- Volunteered at The Grand Theatre
- Served ice cream at “Scoops” (fundraiser coordinated by the Heartland United Way Ice Cream parlor at the Nebraska State Fair)
- Decorated a hay bale with a dental theme for The Nebraska State Fair
- Dental health presentations to school-aged children
- Participated several times in the GRACE Foundation “Race for GRACE”
- Volunteered at Nebraska Mission of Mercy
- Assembled and donated gift boxes for Operation Christmas Child
- Hosted a table at the STOP (Stop Trafficking on the Plains) banquet