Five years ago, Dr. Dulde bought a practice in a small community of 2,000 in southern Wisconsin where people were hungry for personable, reliable dental care. He has since become an advocate for rural practices. “I love practicing in a small town,” he says. “Being the hometown dentist is so gratifying.” As editor for the Wisconsin Dental Association, Dr. Dulde oversees publication of the state’s dental journal and serves on the WDA’s board of trustees. He cofounded the American Student Dental Association’s National Leadership Conference; the meeting now attracts more than 800 dental students every year.
Something People Don’t Know
“I’m a big Green Bay Packers fan. I once broke into Lambeau Field on a Tuesday night and ran up and down the field and did a ‘Lambeau leap’ [into the stands from behind the end zone]—and didn’t go to jail.”