Dr. Patti Sigl

I’m here to listen to you and your concerns, to be honest with you, and to guide you on a path to oral health that aligns with your personal goals. I enjoy meeting new people and look forward to meeting your family! Here is a little bit about me!

I am from Seymour, WI and spent most of my summers in Door County with my family. I attended St. Norbert College. In 2009, I graduated with honors from Marquette University with my Dental Degree. While in college and dental school, I was actively involved with the group Global Medical Brigades delivering dental treatment in under-served villages of Honduras. Following dental school, I completed a General Practice Residency program at the Community Health Center of Burlington, Vermont through the University of Vermont and Fletcher Allen Hospital. After residency, my husband and I returned to Sturgeon Bay, Wisconsin. 

I worked at the Door County Medical Center Dental Clinic from 2010 until this new adventure in 2020 and I believe strongly in giving back through dentistry. From 2011-2015 I also worked with the under-served children in the Green Bay area as a dentist for Oral Health Partnership. Through my experience at Oral Health Partnership I found out that I LOVE treating children! I maintain hospital privileges at Door County Medical Center Dental Clinic. I am a member of the American Dental Association, the Wisconsin Dental Association, and the Brown Door Kewaunee County Dental Society.

I have been married to my Husband, Craig, for 11 years and we have two sons, Jonathan (age 7) and Eddie (age 4). When I’m not at the office I am with by boys enjoying anything outdoors, (even in the winter), traveling, boating and camping.