Our Team

Dr. Tony Weinandt

Dr. Tony completed his undergraduate degree in Psychology at UW-Madison and UW-Oshkosh with certificates in Business and Chemistry. After graduating from UW-Madison, Dr. Tony chased his dream of becoming a Broadway actor all the way to New York City. Although the big city produced a lifetime of unforgettable experiences, he was eager to get back to Wisconsin.

Dr. Tony combined his love for science, business, and people by attending the Marquette University School of Dentistry. In 2017, he graduated Magna Cum Laude. Dr. Tony is extremely passionate about the work he does no matter how routine or complex. It is his belief that every patient needs to be comfortable, well-informed, and treated with dignity and respect to have the best dental experience possible.

Dr. Tony and his family reside in Greenville and are eager to make the Fox Valley their home for many years to come. Outside of dentistry, Dr. Tony enjoys spending time with family and friends, his two dogs, reading, yoga, singing (while at Madison, he was part of the prestigious Wisconsin Singers performance troupe), and being in the great outdoors.

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Dr. Danielle Pike

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Dr. Pike was raised in Kiel, WI and studied at the UW-Madison. After earning her undergraduate degree in Natural Sciences-Genetics, she went on to attend Marquette University School of Dentistry.

Since graduating from dental school, Dr. Pike has earned a great reputation for practicing high-quality dentistry and developing strong relationships.  Her gentle nature puts patients at ease and helps them to enjoy their dental visits.  A member of the Wisconsin Dental Association and the American Dental Association, Dr. Pike is deeply committed to providing patients with compassionate and comprehensive care.

Dr. Pike, her husband Joe, and their two sons enjoy exploring Wisconsin’s beautiful parks and cheering for the Brewers at Miller Park.  She is an avid reader, enjoys cooking, gardening, crafting, and board games (although her sons aren’t quite old enough to take her on).