Dr. Mike grew up in Tampa, FL and completed his undergraduate studies from the University of Florida.He then moved to Milwaukee, WI to attend Marquette University School of Dentistry with a scholarship
from the US Navy. After graduating from Marquette, he completed a one-year General Practice Residency at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center in Bethesda, MD and then went on to serve on an aircraft carrier home ported in Japan for two years. Dr. Mike then finished his time in the Navy at Naval Station Great Lakes in North Chicago, IL.
Dr. Mike is an active member of the American Dental Association, Wisconsin Dental Association, and Greater Milwaukee Dental Association. He also participates in local study clubs like the Keystone Dental
Study Club and the prestigious Milwaukee Dental Forum – the nation’s oldest continuously meeting dental study club. A strong believer in giving back to the community, Dr. Mike enjoys donating his time and efforts in
various ways, including WDA Mission of Mercy, mentoring Marquette Dental students, and hosting Glendale Dental’s Annual Free Dental Day for Veterans. Outside of dentistry, he likes to stay active through running and cycling. Dr. Mike also enjoys playing golf, traveling, and attending concerts and sporting events (Go Packers, Brewers, and Bucks!)
The entire Glendale Dental Team is very excited to introduce our newest team member, Lady the Labradoodle! Lady Pickles Urbaitis is a multi-generation Australian Labradoodle born and raised in Wisconsin. She was recruited to join our team of humans to provide an even more welcoming and pleasant environment for patients of the practice. Her current credentials include friendly demeanor, fluffy coat, and huge heart. Her unique breed mix makes her the paw-fect addition to the practice! Her fur is very low shedding, which makes her hypoallergenic. She is friendly, smart, and affectionate. When she is old enough, she will be formally trained as a certified therapy dog to provide comfort and affection to those patients who wish to use her services during their visit. Science has shown benefits of therapy dogs in terms of reducing anxiety and increasing endorphins, which can make for a more pleasant dental experience overall.
In the meantime, feel free to stop by the practice and meet Lady
anytime because she can’t wait to meet you!
Dr. Mike Urbaitis
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