Dr. David Golke

Dr Golke

Dr. David Golke provides comprehensive dental care. He received his Bachelors Degree from Bemidji State University where he majored in biology and also studied chemistry and music. He attended the University of Minnesota School of Dentistry receiving his Doctorate of Dental Surgery degree. Dr. Golke established Dentistry at the Center in Alexandria in 1985. Along with being a recognized dentist with us, Dr. Golke has also worked as a Clinical Instructor at the Hygiene School in St. Cloud, MN. His membership and association portfolio includes the American Dental Association, the Minnesota Dental Association, as well as the American Academy of Laser Dentistry.

Outside of the dental office, Dr. Golke has three teenage sons. The four of them can often be found in the kitchen preparing supper or baking his famous chocolate chip cookies. Dr. Golke has also been a foster parent to a large number of children and teens. The 5 long term teens, now adults with children of their own, continue to be part of the family.

Always an advocate for the community, he has been involved in volunteering and has a special interest in learning disabilities, IEP, Minnesota special hockey, ADHD and other brain functions, as well as involvement on church boards, music, live theatre, Love Inc., teaching, lobbying, ski patrol, foster parenting boards, and youth boards.

Beyond his community involvement, he enjoys gardening and spending time with his family skiing, tubing, fishing, and attending baseball and hockey events.

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Dentistry at the Center is temporarily closed to non-emergency care per the Minnesota Board of Dentistry

As expected, the guidance regarding COVID-19 is rapidly changing. The two governing bodies for dentistry in Minnesota (the Minnesota Board of Dentistry and the Minnesota Dental Association) have issued an official joint statement. They are strongly recommending that all dentists practicing in Minnesota suspend nonessential dental care for the next 14 days to help slow the spread of the virus.  


We are taking this recommendation very serious and we want to do the right thing for our community. This means that Dentistry at the Center will be open for emergency care only. This helps prevent our hospital and urgent care clinics from becoming overwhelmed. Patients who present with a dental emergency to our clinic will be screened for the COVID-19 virus per the CDC recommendations. 


Please call our clinic at (320)762-5216 if you have any further questions or a dental concern. We are doing everything we can to help our community with this crisis! 

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