Tyler T. Kalmuck, DDS

Tyler T. Kalmuck, DDS was born and raised in Mequon, WI and graduated from Marquette University High School.  He then attended the University of Wisconsin La Crosse and graduated with honors with a degree in biomedical science and a chemistry minor.  Following college, Dr. Kalmuck attended the University of Minnesota School of Dentistry and received his Doctor of Dental Surgery Degree with highest distinction.  He was then accepted to the University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics where he completed his four-year surgical residency in oral and maxillofacial surgery.  During his time in residency, Dr. Kalmuck extensively trained in all aspects of oral and maxillofacial surgery including corrective jaw surgery, maxillofacial trauma, wisdom tooth removal and dental implant placement.  

Dr. Kalmuck also received intensive training in the administration of anesthesia during his time in residency.  This included 5 months of functioning solely as an anesthesia resident, administering general anesthesia in an operating room setting under the instruction of University of Iowa Anesthesiologists.  In addition to his hospital rotation, Dr. Kalmuck administered anesthesia to his patients in the University of Iowa outpatient oral surgery clinics throughout his 4-year residency program. 

During his residency training, Dr. Kalmuck fulfilled a dream of his to serve in the United States Military when he was commissioned in the United States Navy Reserve as a Lieutenant and continues to serve proudly in the Navy as an officer and an oral surgeon to this day.  He is happily married to Heather Kalmuck, DDS who is a practicing dentist in the Sheboygan area.  Dr. Kalmuck is very happy to be back in the state of Wisconsin to serve patients in his home state.

 

Certifications and professional affiliations:

  • American Association of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons
  • American Dental Association
  • Wisconsin Dental Association
  • Certified Advanced Cardiac Life Support
  • Certified Basic Life Support
  • Privileges held at St Nicholas Hospital and Sheboygan Memorial Medical Center