Eric teDuits, D.D.S.
Since graduating from the University of Iowa Pediatric Dentistry Program in 1992, Dr. Eric teDuits has established a private practice in the Madison area and with his wife Laura, has enjoyed raising five children who keep them very busy traveling to many events, especially swimming. Dr. teDuits’ oldest son, Drew, is a 2013 NCAA champion in the 200-yard backstroke from the University of Wisconsin. Along with traveling for the kids’ events, Dr. teDuits enjoys reading, fishing, golfing with friends, and taking walks with his wife.
Dr. teDuits serves as an assistant clinical professor at the University of Wisconsin Medical School in the Department of Pediatrics, teaching pediatric residents and nurse practitioner students. As a member of the Dane County Head Start Health Committee, he and his partners treat the majority of the area’s yearly 750+ Head Start children, provide services to developmentally and physically disabled, and continue to be one of the few providers treating patients with Medical Assistance coverage.
Finally, Dr. teDuits is professionally active at the local, state, and national levels. He is the former president of the Dane County Dental Society. He serves on the Wisconsin Dental Association’s Legislative Committee which helps educate state legislators about dental issues. At the national level, he is a Diplomate and Fellow of the American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry and served as chairman of the Scientific Programs Committee.