A Family Dental Practice

We are specialists in all types of general family dentistry.

Compassion & Excellence

A Dental practice that focuses on health care and compassion thru skillful means.

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Our Office was recently voted the best dental practice in Kendall County from the Kendall County Record Newspaper!

“Our experienced dentists and staff strive to provide outstanding oral care in a friendly, relaxing and comfortable atmosphere.”

Find the smile of your lifetime with Gruber & Associates Dentistry.

— Gruber & Associates Dentistry


– 1961, Opening of Practice

in 1961 Joseph Gruber purchased an existing dental practice on Hydraulic Street in Yorkville, IL where he practiced for the next 12 years.

Due to the growing demands of his practice he moved to a larger office in the newly built Bank of Yorkville building in Countryside Center.

– 1988, Dr. Joseph Gruber III Joins

Dr. Gruber’s son, Dr. Joseph Gruber III, graduated from the University of Illinois at Chicago College of Dentistry, and joined forces with his father. Together, they practiced for nearly 10 years.

As dentistry evolved and progressed through the decades, so did Gruber and Associates, continuing to serve the dental needs of Yorkville and its surrounding communities.

– 2006,  New Office Building

Gruber and Associates moved to a new office building at 302 Countryside Parkway where they continue to practice today. In a world where local services are overtaken by corporate entities, we are proud to live and work and give back to our community. We appreciate every patient and welcome new patients every day.



  • Implants

    Dental implants replace a missing tooth’s root and are used to support crowns, bridges, and full-arch dentures.  Resembling a small screw, dental implants are surgically placed into the upper or lower jaw, and then allowed to heal and integrate into the bone.  Once the implant has fully integrated into the bone, work can begin on designing and placing a crown or bridge to replace the missing tooth or teeth. Today implants are the gold-standard of care to replace missing teeth and are widely used.  They provide superior esthetic and functional results, and have excellent success rates.  If you have any questions regarding dental implant placement, please let us know!

  • Extractions

    While we strive to maintain and save teeth, sometimes its necessary to remove a tooth to improve the overall health of your mouth, and with modern techniques and local anesthesia, gone are the days where removing a tooth is painful. If a tooth is decayed past the point of saving or, if due to periodontal disease, is too loose to properly function, its often beneficial to remove the diseased tooth and replace it with either an implant, bridge, or partial denture.  Removing a tooth is a slow and controlled procedure that aims to minimize trauma to neighboring teeth and gingiva, and while you’ll feel a bit of pressure during an extraction, the entire experience is no more uncomfortable than any other dental work.

  • Veneers

    If you would like to change both the color and shape of your teeth, veneers are the treatment of choice.  A veneer is essentially a thin shell of porcelain that is cemented onto the outer surface of a tooth with a minimal amount of natural tooth structure removed.  Veneers can correct minor spaces, crooked teeth, or just improve the shape, color, and overall look of your existing teeth.