General Dentistry for All Ages
3750 W. 26th Street, Chicago, IL 60623
William Simon, DMD
Dr. Simon has been a practicing dentist for over 25 years. He graduated from the University of Illinois at Champaign Urbana in 1979, with a B.S. degree in Biology, and received his Doctor of Dental Medicine (D.M.D) degree from Southern Illinois University in 1983. Dr. Simon is a member of the American Dental Society, the Illinois State Dental Society, the Chicago Dental Society and the Academy of General Dentistry. He currently serves on the Illinois State Dental Society’s Committee of Access to Care and Committee for Medicaid Reform. Along with regular participation in continuing education classes and programs, he has lectured and consulted on a number of topics in the dental field. He is also fluent in Spanish.
Dr. Simon volunteers his time to charitable causes including the Illinois Foundation of Dentistry for the Handicapped, The Marjorie Kovler Center for victims of political torture and the Old Irving Park free health clinic. He also volunteers his time to mentor dental students and offers various internship and externship programs in his practice. He is a founding board member and current Vice President of the Greater Avondale Chamber of Commerce.
Personally, Dr. Simon enjoys running, golfing, traveling, music, gardening and 60’s muscle cars. He is married with three children and has served as a scout leader, religious education teacher and coach of youth baseball, softball and soccer.
Dr. Simon's goal is to maintain a successful dental practice which serves to improve the quality of life for its patients and to help his employees grow and succeed in the field of dentistry.
Gina Rotkvich, DMD
Dr. Gina Rotkvich graduated in the top ten of her class from the University of Kentucky College of Dentistry in 2005. She then completed a General Practice Residency at the University of Kentucky before moving to Chicago to experience all that the big city has to offer. She worked as a dental assistant for six years prior to entering dental school, giving her a total of 14 years dental experience. She now serves on board for Kid's First Dental, a non-profit organization which serves school children in the Appalachian Mountains of Eastern Kentucky.
Dr. Rotkvich enjoys playing piano, running, traveling, concerts and spending time with her family. She completed the 2008 Chicago Rock-n-Roll half marathon in 1:56. Dr. Rotkvich played tennis for Union College where she obtained her Bachelors in Biology/minor in Chemistry. Since practicing in Chicago, she has appeared twice on the cover of City Chicago Woman Magazine.
Dr. Rotkvich greatly enjoys all aspects of general dentistry from treating young children to performing oral surgery. Her philosophy is to treat each and every patient as if they were family. Dr. Rotkvich is a member of the American Dental Association, Chicago Dental Society, Illinois State Dental Society, and the International Team for Implantology. She has also volunteered at the Free Peoples Clinic in Chicago and for Chicago Cares.