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Meet Dr. Karl Muster

Dr. Karl Muster, Orthodontist

Dr. Muster retired from active practice at the beginning of 2014. Although he is retired, you may see him filling in for Dr. King from time to time.

Dr. Muster has extended the highest quality of orthodontics throughout his 30-year career in three counties. Working cooperatively with referring dentists and other specialists on complicated cases has been a mainstay of his practice. Dr. Muster finds it very rewarding treating patients with extreme dento-skeletal problems or congenital syndromes.

We attempt to keep the atmosphere light and friendly to better create interpersonal relationships and cooperation with our patients. It has been a privilege to serve our patients and watch their smiles and self-esteem grow as they transition into adulthood and become active members in our community. It is a joy to see them return with their children and grandchildren for treatment. We love them all and always do our best.

Dr. Muster has been practicing orthodontics in Danville since 1981. He bought the practice from Dr. Charles Schnibben, and shortly after opened practices in Paris and St. Joseph. He practiced solo until 2005 when Dr. Kevin King joined the practice.

Professional Memberships:


  • Deerfield Academy prep school
  • University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
  • BS Chemistry and Zoology and MS Immunology
  • Played on the UNC soccer team
  • Dental School: Emory School of Dentistry — DDS
  • Orthodontic training: Northwestern College of Dentistry

Personal Highlights:

  • Born in Paterson, New Jersey and grew up in Ridgewood, New Jersey
  • Married to Dr. Carol Jeanne Muster, who is a retired professor of Microbiology at the University of Illinois
  • Has two children, Bill and Joanna
  • Member of Danville Rotary Club
  • Attends Emmanuel Memorial Episcopal Church
  • Enjoys reading, gardening, and most of all . . . golf.

Bet you didn't know...

Dr. Muster became the first Million-Dollar Hole-in-One Winner in 1981. The magical moment happened at the Jackson Park Golf Course during Seattle's Summerfest.

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Drs. King and Muster are committed to providing their patients with the highest level of care. They also strive to foster working relationships with dentists and in their area.

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