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I was born and raised in Green Bay, WI. I received my B.S. degree in Biology from UW-Milwaukee where I was fortunate enough to play tennis. I continued on to the Marquette School of Dentistry and received my DDS. I then completed a one-year Advanced Education in General Dentistry residency from Marquette.

In 2001, I moved to Sheboygan and joined Dr. Robert Armstrong. I had the great pleasure of working with Dr. Armstrong until his retirement in 2014.

I hold memberships in the American Dental Association, Wisconsin Dental Association, Academy of General Dentistry and the Chicago Dental Society. It was an honor to serve as President for the Sheboygan County Dental Society. I am on the advisory committee for Lakeshore Technical College dental programs. I volunteer at LTC’s Lakeshore Community Dental Clinic along with many other Sheboygan dentists. Sheboygan County has a wonderful community of dentists.

In order to keep up with the evolution of dental care, I belong to two continuing education organizations. Spear Education is a comprehensive dental education organization dedicated to all aspects of patient oral health and restoration. CEREC Doctors is my education source for our CEREC dentistry. CEREC allows us to fabricate crowns for patients in a single visit.

It has been a blessing to raise my family in Sheboygan. My wife, Ali, and I are certainly busy watching our two boys, Samuel and Jasper, grow up. If we’re not chasing the kids around, we’re chasing our two dogs, Mathilde and Quincy. When time allows, I love to golf and play tennis. And I’m lucky the whole family loves to travel as much as I do.

My philosophy is to educate and help guide individuals toward good oral health. Patients should be informed to the best of my ability so they can make decisions that are right for them. If someone is more comfortable with the decisions they’ve made, they’ll be more comfortable engaging in their care.