At Oral Health Associates, we’re proud to have a diverse team of dental experts, including Dr. Brian Koch, Dr. Glime, and Dr. Wetzel. Our doctors have over 65 years of combined experience in family dentistry in Green Bay, and we strive to provide patients with the highest level of dental care.
Dr. Adam Koch is proud to follow in the footsteps of his father, Dr. Brian Koch, and grandfather, Dr. Gary Koch. He is the third-generation General Dentist providing services to the Green Bay area. Dr. Adam Koch enjoys working with adults, children, and families to improve their health, happiness, and well-being. He believes in the importance of providing an open, honest, and anxiety-free experience for all of his patients with the highest standard of care.
Dr. Koch grew up in Ashwaubenon, WI, and attended Ashwaubenon High School. He studied Biology and played Division 1 basketball at the University of Northern Iowa. During his senior year, Dr. Koch earned several honors including Honorable Mention All-American, MVC Student-Athlete of the Year, and MVC Player of the Year. He was also one of five national recipients to be awarded the Lowe’s Senior CLASS Award for high-achieving students. This award not only recognized Dr. Koch for his outstanding academic achievement, but also for exceptional community involvement.
Dr. Koch played basketball professionally for three years after earning his B.A. in Biology at UNI. He played in Prague, the Czech Republic, and California before pursuing a career in dentistry. He earned his board certification and Doctor of Dental Surgery degree from Creighton University School of Dentistry. Dr. Adam Koch continues his dentistry education with training in areas such as orofacial pain therapies, TMJ dysfunctions, dental implants, and restorations. He belongs to the American Academy of Facial Esthetics, American Dental Association, Wisconsin Dental Association, and BDK Dental Society. Dr. Koch is also a member of the advisory board for the NWTC Dental Hygiene Program.
In addition to dentistry, community service has played an important role in Dr. Koch’s life. He has spent countless hours on community service projects including Project Homeless, Give Kids A Smile, NWTC Assisting Clinic, and OneWorld Volunteer Clinic.
Dr. Adam Koch is married to his high school sweetheart Kimberly. Together they have two young boys, Graham and Collin. They enjoy spending time together as a family, going up north to the lake, and are actively involved in youth sports and activities!