Dr. Russ Dunkel

Dr. Russ Dunkel is a 1981 honors graduate from the University of Illinois Dental School. He completed his advanced training residency at Mt. Sinai Medical Center. After 35 years in dentistry, his practice has expanded to include a partner, Dr. Tom Kraklow and an associate, Dr. Ken Sobczak.

Dr. Dunkel is an adjunct professor at MATC School of Hygiene as well as a former clinical instructor at Marquette School of Dentistry. He is also an associate professor at the University of Illinois Medical Center.

Dr. Dunkel is pass president-elect for the Greater Milwaukee Dental Association (GMDA) as well as a mentor for Dental Boot Kamp. He currently donates his time as dental director at St. Ann’s specialty needs dental clinic. He is a proud member of the WDA, CDS, GMDA, AACD, ADA and the Crown Council of Dentists.



Dr. Tom Kraklow

Dr. Tom Kraklow is a 1988 graduate of the Marquette University School of Dentistry. After completing a general practice residency, he served in the US Army Dental Corp as Division Dental Surgeon for the 2nd Armor Division in Garlstedt, Germany (1989-1992). He is a veteran of Desert Storm where he received two army commendations for his service record.

Dr. Kraklow has worked in private practice since 1992 and was an adjunct professor at MATC School of Dental Hygiene (1995-2000). Dr. Kraklow is the past president of the Greater Milwaukee Dental Association (GMDA) and recently received the prestigious Mastership Award from The Academy of General Dentistry.



Dr. Kenneth Sobczak

Dr. Sobczak has been married to his beautiful wife Christine for 40 wonderful years. They have two children, Jessamy and Andrew, as well as 4 grandchildren. Dr. Sobczak has been practicing dentistry for 40 years. He is currently working at the VA hospital in the Prosthodontics department and has been there for 39 years. He has been with Dr. Dunkel since 1997. He is in the office on Monday and Tuesdays from 5-8 pm.

Dr. Sobczak graduated from Marquette University School of Dentistry in 1973, and completed his Prosthodontics Residency in 1977. Dr. Sobczak is currently an adjunct Clinical Professor at Marquette University since 1977. He is also a member of the American College of Prosthodontists.