Michael J. Miskella, D.D.S.
Residency, The Johns Hopkins Hospital, 1970-1972
Internship, The Johns Hopkins Hospital, 1969-1970
DDS, Marquette University School of Dentistry, 1965-1969
Bachelor Degree, St. Norbert College, 1962-1965
Professional Memberships and Affiliations
Wisconsin Dental Association
Wisconsin Society of Oral & Maxillofacial Surgeons
American Dental Association
American Association of Oral & Maxillofacial Surgeons
St. Vincent Hospital’s Physicians Health Committee
About Dr. Miskella
Dr. Miskella was born in Green Bay and returned to Green Bay after his residency to start his practice in 1974. He has been married to his wife since 1972, and they have four grown children and four grandchildren together. Dr. Miskella enjoys tennis, cycling, and golf in his free time.
What’s most important to you when it comes to treating patients?
It’s important to me that the patient experiences benefits from our clinic in a non-stress manner.
How would you describe your chair-side style?
Reassuring the patient in a friendly manner.
What do you think contributes to treatment success?
What contributes to treatment success is a combination of understanding patient needs and expectations with mutual cooperation in the process.
How do you ensure the satisfaction of referring doctors?
By understanding the referring doctors’ desires, which occurs when there is great communication.
What innovation has really changed dentistry in your opinion?
Some innovations that have really changed dentistry are sedation medications, dental implants, and grafting techniques.