All doctors are in nice standing with all credentialing institutions. Main Street Dental Clinics consists of four fee-for-service dental clinics; Blooming Prairie, Owatonna, Rochester, and New Richland and one managed care facility in Blooming Prairie. Our fee-for-service clinics accept various indemnity insurance programs.


Contact Details

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  City Blooming Prairie, MN
  Zip Code 55917
  Address 405 West Main Str
  Phone Number (507) 583-2141

From Our Website

At Main Street Dental Clinics, we do more than fix dental problems: we care about the person who owns the teeth and help them achieve their healthiest, most becoming smile! We are locally owned, not corporate-driven, and are proud to provide general family dentistry in a friendly, patient-oriented, and comfortable manner. Each of our five clinics has dedicated doctors and staff. You'll see the same caring, familiar people at each visit and build a trusting relationship with your smile care team!


Your regular exam will take about 45 minutes. Each regular exam includes a detailed teeth cleaning, in which we will clean, polish, and rinse your teeth to remove any tartar and plaque that have built up on the tooth's surface. Visiting our office every six months gives you the chance to talk to the doctor about any questions you may have about your oral health. Regular exams are offered by appointment only, so please contact our practice today to schedule your next dental exam and teeth cleaning.


We recognize that all of our patients are unique and deserve to receive dental care that reflects their individual needs. Our experienced and talented dental team is committed to working with you and your family to create a comfortable, stress-free, and rewarding dental experience every time you visit our practice. Dr. Daniel Schafer was born and raised in Worthington, MN. He attended Augustana College in Sioux Falls, SD and graduated in 2007 with a Bachelor of Art degree in Biology. In 2011, he graduated from the University of MN School of Dentistry with a Doctorate of Dental Surgery.


People are living longer than ever, and while regular brushing, flossing, and checkups allow many of us to maintain our natural smiles for a lifetime, sometimes our teeth just can't keep up. If you've lost a tooth (or a few teeth) due to injury or disease, dental implants can rejuvenate both your smile and your oral health. An implant is a synthetic tooth root in the shape of a post that is surgically placed into the jawbone. The "root" is usually made of titanium: the same material used in many replacement hips and knees, and a metal that is well-suited to pairing with human bone.