“What I enjoy most about being a dentist is the happiness in a patient’s smile when the treatment is complete.”
Blog Posts by Dr. Gundlach
- University of Illinois Dental School, Chicago, IL, D.D.S.
- American Dental Association
- Wisconsin Dental Association
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Patient comments are gathered from our Press Ganey Patient Satisfaction Survey and displayed unedited in their entirety. Patients are de-identified for confidentiality and patient privacy.
Dr. Gundloch is genuinely one of the kindest and most respectful dentists I have had the pleasure to have. I have a history of extremely bad experiences with dentists and a real dental anxiety because of it, but he is kind, takes him time explaining each detail, and always makes sure to let me ask any questions I have before moving on to the next patient. Thank you for having him on your team.
Has a very easy manner about him and was easy for me to ask questions. Also he explained my options thoroughly.
Easily best dentist Ive ever had. Great job during numbing, drilling, filling cavities, root canals, all of it has been great and hes also the only dentist that calls afterwards to make sure youre okay and not in need of an immediate follow up appt for any issues.
All procedures are explained thoroughly along with estimated cost.
he explained everything he was doing
Dr. Gundlach is a miracle worker. I came in with so much pain, and today is a new day with absolutely no pain or sensitivity.
Before seeing Dr Gundlach I had the same dentist, Dr Neider, for over 30 years. Never thought he could be replaced BUT Dr Gundlach is now my new Dr Neider!! He is patient and kind and I truly feel he cares for his patients.