As Dr. Schmidt grew up, his father worked in finance for Dental Associates, so he often found himself in the company of dentists. During his freshman year of high school, Dr. Schmidt got a job with the janitor company that cleaned Dental Associates, where he could be found wiping windows and cleaning bathrooms. When his father worked late, he and his sister could be found rollerblading and playing rubber band wars down the halls after hours. Dr. Schmidt got interested in the dental space in high school and spent a summer dental assisting. Eventually, Dr. Schmidt decided dentistry was the right fit for him and never looked back!
Dr. Schmidt achieved his Bachelor of Science degree in biology at the University of Wisconsin in Madison, and went on to become a Doctor of Dental Surgery at the University of Minnesota. After working as an associate dentist for over nine years, he’s bringing his wealth of knowledge and skilfull expertise to the Ashwaubenon community as the owner and visionary of Titletown Dental. To Dr. Schmidt, there’s nothing more rewarding than making meaningful connections with his patients.
As an experienced provider in IV sedation, his goal is to ease any fears and help individuals harness a whole new level of confidence when it comes to their dental experience. He takes the time to pour into his patients, get to know them on a personal level, and relate to their unique challenges to provide solutions that will really make them smile. Working from a posture of understanding, intentional care, you can trust you’re in great hands with Dr. Schmidt.
On his days and evenings outside of the office, Dr. Schmidt treasures quality time with his family. He’s a husband to his wonderful wife, Heather, and a proud father to two little ones, Dekker and Palmer. You can also catch him cheering on his favorite football teams as a diehard Badgers and Packers fan, hitting the green playing golf, and staying active!
Titletown Dental is home to a hardworking and friendly team of people who seek to brighten your day and your smile. Cultivating an upbeat and approachable atmosphere, we want you to feel seen and valued from the moment you step into our office. If there’s anything we can do to enhance your appointments with us, we’d love to hear from you!
Heather has worked in the dental field since 2012, first as an assistant and now as a dental hygienist. Born and raised in De Pere, she’s a lifelong resident of the area. Her favorite thing about being a hygienist, besides keeping smiles sparkling, is building lasting relationships with her patients.
When not spending time with her husband and two kids (dog and cat too!), she’s probably practicing photography, Cricut craft projects, or riding the Peloton.
Amanda has worked in dentistry since 2009. She started at the front desk but after a year, she wanted to get more hands on so she transferred to assisting where she’s been ever since! Hailing originally from Luxemburg, she’s lived in the greater Green Bay area her whole life. Her favorite thing about being a dental assistant is working with patients who are nervous coming in and then when they leave, hearing them say “that wasn’t bad at all!” When she’s not helping patients achieve their dental goals, she’s probably reading or hanging out with her daughter Claire and her dog named Tiny, that is, you guessed it…tiny!
Bonnie has over 12 years of dental experience as a patient service representative, including time with urgent care and more recently in a pediatric dental setting. She has an upbeat personality and a contagious laugh that will be sure to brighten your day! When she’s not helping patients at the front or on the phone, she loves spending time with her husband, four daughters and her four grandchildren. Bonnie also enjoys going to car shows, driving her sweet Challenger, and working on home improvement projects.
Emma has been in the dental field since she was 17 years old, starting as a dental assistant at her uncle and cousin’s practice in the UP, where she is originally from. She moved to Green Bay to attend NWTC’s dental hygiene program, which she graduated from in 2020 and has been working in the area ever since. Her favorite thing about being a dental hygienist is educating patients on the connection of their dental health to their overall systemic health. Plus she loves when patients comment on how clean their teeth feel! Emma also has a dog, Lucy Lou, and enjoys traveling and reading!
Maddie has been in the dental field for over 11 years in various roles including pediatrics, orthodontics, general dentistry and community dental clinics. She is incredibly knowledgeable with all aspects of a dental office and is our go-to person for dental insurance questions! Her favorite thing about being in the dental field is connecting and laughing with both patients and coworkers. When she’s not in the office, she has three young boys that keep her very busy!
Ellie has been a dental assistant for 2 years, first in the UP where she grew up, and then moved to Green Bay. She currently works with us part-time as a dental assistant while she is attending NWTC’s dental hygiene program. She will graduate in spring of 2024! Ellie’s favorite thing about being in the dental field is helping people realize that the dentist isn’t a scary place, and it can actually be enjoyable!
Maya first joined us in spring 2022 as a dental assisting student from NWTC doing her affiliation at our office! From the moment she came in to introduce her, we were all so impressed with her upbeat demeanor, and once she showed her excellent assisting skills and ability to talk with patients, we knew she would be the perfect addition! Maya worked part time throughout the year until she graduated from the dental assisting program in December and now we are lucky to have her full-time!
Megan has been in the dental field since 2016, starting in sterile and assisting the hygienists at a private practice in Saint Joseph MI, where she is originally from. She then moved to the Green Bay area to start school at NWTC for dental hygiene in 2020, continuing at the front desk for a nearby office. She has recently graduated from the dental hygiene program where she won the Most Outstanding Student Award! She says she cannot wait to build lasting relationships with her future patients and loves educating patients on the best ways to care for their oral health and keep their smiles shining!
Outside of the office, she enjoys reading, swimming, and spending time outdoors with her fiancé and new puppy, Nash.
When you walk through the doors of our office, you’ll be greeted by our cheerful team and a fresh, inspiring atmosphere. Thanks to our digital new patient forms, you can look forward to a seamless and efficient visit where you’ll be seen as soon as you check in. During your first appointment, Dr. Schmidt and our accommodating dental professionals will get to know you and treat your teeth to top-notch preventive care. Teaming up with you, Dr. Schmidt will share his findings and consider every detail of your needs with attentive care. At the end of your visit, you’ll walk away with a pressure-free, personalized treatment plan tailored to take you towards the smile of your dreams.
In addition to our gentle and minimally-invasive techniques, our office is fitted with state-of-the-art tools and technology to maximize relaxation and convenience. Our 3D printer and technology will allow us to produce surgical guides so that every implant is placed with the highest degree of accuracy to ensure the best outcome possible. Say goodbye to uncomfortable and outdated traditional x-rays. We feature cone beam computed tomography (CBCT), enabling us to safely and accurately capture 3D images of your teeth, soft tissues, nerve pathways, and facial bones in just one single scan.
In December of 2020, Dr. Schmidt was diagnosed with hypertrophic cardiomyopathy. Often going undiagnosed amongst healthy individuals, this disease affects the cardiac muscles and makes it difficult for the heart to pump blood. After having a defibrillator implanted into his chest, he began to learn more about sudden cardiac arrest and the power of automated external defibrillators (AEDs).
Here at Titletown Dental, we strive to touch the lives of others in a way that’s purposeful and lasting. To help raise awareness about hypertrophic cardiomyopathy and sudden cardiac arrest, Dr. Schmidt is donating portable AEDs to local schools, small businesses, gyms, and families in the Ashwaubenon community. By giving AEDs to organizations in need, we have the immeasurable opportunity to increase survival, take action, and save lives.