Andrew M. Heaton, DDS

Dr. Andrew Heaton was born and raised in Southern Utah and spent his childhood playing little league, raising chickens and working in his family’s garden. As he grew up, he found that his first love was sports. But it did not take long for him to realize that his second passion in life was dentistry.

After obtaining his bachelor’s degree from Southern Utah University, he was accepted to the University of Southern California for dental school. There, he not only served the adults and children of the greater Los Angeles area, but also worked with AYUDA, a non-profit organization that reaches out to provide free dental work to underserved children. With this group he gave his Saturdays to local free clinics and also had the opportunity to travel to Belize, Mexico, and Nicaragua to help children who would never have had the resources to get their dental work done otherwise. It was during this time that he realized that making a difference in the current and future health of a child was what he most wanted to do with his career.

From that point forward he focused on pediatrics (children’s dentistry). Upon completion of his Doctor of Dental Surgery degree at USC in 2009, he was accepted into a pediatric dental residency at Louisiana State University Health Science Center in New Orleans Louisiana. For two years he worked in Children’s Hospital New Orleans providing specialized dental care to children of varying backgrounds and health needs.

Dr. Heaton married his wife Candice during the first of his many years of schooling and training. Together they have six children. In June 2011, he completed his residency and moved to Texas to open All Star Children’s Dentistry. In November of 2012, Dr. Heaton was awarded the title of Diplomate from the American Board of Pediatric Dentistry after achieving board certification.

His goal is to provide quality care for every family that he sees and to help create a healthier future for the children in the area which he serves.

Bradley Wyatt, DMD, MSD

A native of Dugway, Utah, Dr. Wyatt attended Southern Utah University where he received a Bachelor of Science in zoology. After his time in Southern Utah, he then moved to Kentucky to attend the University of Louisville. There, he earned a master’s in public health and his Doctor of Medicine in Dentistry degree. While in dental school, Dr. Wyatt participated in various service organizations which further confirmed his desire to specialize in order to better provide services to the pediatric population and those with intellectual and developmental disabilities. After dental school, he completed a Fellowship in Developmental Dentistry at the Lee Specialty Clinic and a Clerkship at the Orange Grove Center, both clinics specifically tailored to the unique needs of individuals with ID/DD. Prior to moving to Texas, he obtained a Master of Science in dentistry with a post-doctoral certificate in pediatric dentistry from Indiana University.

Dr. Wyatt and his wife Megan have five children born in four different states. Together they all enjoy outdoor activities, dance parties and any other form of fun they can find. Dr. Wyatt also enjoys playing sports, attending sporting events and trying to be as helpful as he can as a pediatric dentist.

Alison Campbell, DDS

Growing up in Austin and New Braunfels, Dr. Campbell spent many summers in the Texas Hill Country, which she fell in love with from the minute she saw her first sunrise over a bluff and jumped in the Frio River. Her adventures in life have taken her many places, but Texas will always be home. She is thrilled to have the opportunity to work in Marble Falls at Lakeside Children’s Dentistry.

After graduating from New Braunfels High School (and forever a proud Unicorn), Dr. Campbell attended Texas A&M University in College Station, then continued her education at Texas A&M Health Science Center, Baylor College of Dentistry in Dallas. Certain her life calling was to work with children, she completed her pediatric residency program at the University of Maryland, Baltimore College of Dental Surgery. She has been published in Pediatric Dentistry and received the Paul P. Taylor award (2014) for her work, which is awarded to the most prestigious journal article in Pediatric Dentistry from the previous year. She is a board-certified pediatric dentist and member of the AAPD, ABPD and our local dental society.

When not busy at work, she serves as “CEO” of the Campbell family which includes her husband and three children. Afternoons and evenings are spent at baseball fields, jumping on the trampoline, turning furniture into tents and simply having fun! She feels beyond blessed to have an amazing family that loves and supports her in everything she does.

They say when you find something you truly love, then you will never work a day in your life. That is how Dr. Campbell feels about pediatric dentistry. Each day is an opportunity to meet and help others, starting each child on a lifelong journey of achieving good dental health, along with being the proud owner of a beautiful smile!