Carl C. Druskovich D.D.S.
Dr. Druskovich was born and raised in Decatur to a six generation farming family. His mother is a retired school teacher who instilled the importance of education and hard work in her children. Through his work on the farm, Dr. Druskovich learned the value of organization and leadership skills. He was very involved in day-to-day operations of the farm, which facilitated his ability to work with people, and his desire to further his education and help others.
President of his High School Senior class and a member of the National Honor Society, Dr. Druskovich graduated from Decatur High School in 1976. He completed his undergraduate studies in Chemistry at Hope College. During this time he was selected as a sophomore TA, and also participated in many research projects. His hard work and desire to learn earned Dr. Druskovich early admission to the University of Michigan Dental School, after completing his dental degree in 1983, Dr. Druskovich returned to Decatur where he began his practice. That year he also married his wife Amy.
With patient care as his number one priority, Dr. Druskovich has completed hundreds of hours of continuing education in technology, materials, and procedures. He is certified in 3i implant reconstruction, was one of the first offices in southwest Michigan to have the Spectra caries detection systems, and has cutting edge digital radiographs, thus enabling his practice to provide comprehensive, proven and yet practical dentistry.
Dr. Druskovich is a member of the American Dental Association (ADA), Michigan Dental Association (MDA), and Kalamazoo Valley District Dental Society (KVDDS). He is also Hamilton Township Supervisor, Vice-chair Van Buren Conservation District Board, former Decatur School Board President, Past Chairman Van Buren/Allegan Conservation Board Groundwater Stewardship Committee, member of the Decatur Chamber of Commerce and serves on Decatur Downtown Authority Board. He is also active in his church as a youth pastor and is a member of Knights of Columbus.
As an active member in his community, Dr. Druskovich has been presented with many awards, such as the Distinguished Service Award for his volunteer work by Delta Kappa Gamma Society International Alpha Iota State – Michigan, Conservation Farmer of the Year by the Van Buren Conservation District, and Groundwater Stewardship Award by the Van Buren Conservation District. He has also hosted Field Days on his farm and volunteered with high school athletic teams. Along with visiting area schools to teach dental education, Dr. Druskovich has always held education in high regard and encourages students he works with to pursue higher education.