Meet Dr. Kelly Groskopf
Kelly G. Groskopf, DDS
Since my first day of work as a dentist, I have always said at the end of the day "I love my profession". I feel like one of the lucky ones to have found my true calling in life. My devotion to dentistry is cultivated by the people I work with and the patients I work for. I strive to do my best for each of my patients every day. It is such a rewarding experience to help my patients overcome adversity, develop a healthy lifestyle, and have a smile they can be proud of. I am proud to say my patients have helped me live a fulfilling life.
Over the years, I have developed a strong passion for dentistry as I have watched my mother and sister navigate their careers as dental hygienists. Their dedication and compassion for their patients is what inspired me to become a dentist. I am honored to have learned from them and to look up to them as role models. Every time a patient thanks me for helping them, I turn around and thank my mother and sister since it is because of them that I have developed into the dentist I am today.
Education and Continuing Education
- Bachelor of Science Degree - University of Wisconsin - Madison, 2011
- Doctorate of Dental Surgery - University of Minnesota - Twin Cities, 2016
I love staying up to date with the new advances in dentistry. Reading new research, attending in-person seminars, and viewing online webinars are some of the many ways I continue to evolve as a practitioner. I strive to always present the most current and best options to each of my patients.
- American Dental Association
- Wisconsin Dental Association
- Jefferson County Dental Association
Outside the Office
I am originally from Wisconsin Rapids, WI and currently reside in Oconomowoc, WI with my husband, David. Together, we have a beautiful dog, Lucy. We love spending time on the lake doing any watersports we can. We are also active Wisconsin Badger Alumni and love attending any sporting events we can. Furthermore, I love running, biking, and trying to golf (when David wants to bring me along)!
When the weather gets too cold for watersports, we love to spend time doing DIY projects on our home, cooking, and playing board games with family. A healthy amount of competition tends to be our favorite way to spend our free time. When we have a chance, we like to mimic the cooking competition "Chopped".
My husband and I believe giving back to the community is an important part of life. For many years, we have participated in fundraising for various women's shelters of Milwaukee. I also love giving back each year at Give Kids a Smile, an event at which we provide free dentistry to children.