Meet Your Dentist - Drew Randall, DDS
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Undergraduate Education: Southern Methodist University.
Graduate Education: Texas A&M University – Baylor College of Dentistry 1994 – 1998.
Post-Graduate Training: General Dentistry - VCU School of Dentistry, Richmond
Getting To Know Dr. Drew
On Becoming A Dentist: My dad practiced dentistry for 46-years and the thing he loved most about it was working with his patients. He had a genuine love for the people he served. When I started college at SMU, I wanted to play pro football and then start a business after that. I played football at SMU and my degree was in business, but I think it was in my sophomore year that came to the realization that I really wanted to work with people.
I wanted to work with people one-on-one and that's when I decided that I wanted to be a Dentist after all. So, I added a science minor to my degree and after graduating from SMU I went to Baylor College of Dentistry here in Dallas.
What I Love Most About Being A Dentist? That's a good question. I guess I'll start by saying that I was blessed to be able to practice with my dad the first 14 years of my career. I've been in practice over 21 years now and for me it's still about the joy I get from working with people one-on-one.
I really love working with my patients for a couple of reasons. First of all, I've got to say that the patient I work with have been great. Even though they're coming from all over the country to see me, I've been incredibly blessed to have the most amazing people as patients. They're all incredibly nice folks and each of them has a different life story to share ... which I find fascinating.
The other thing I love about being a Dentist is being able to utilize my skills, training and talents to transform smiles ... restore lost confidence ... eliminate pain ... restore normal function and help many of my patients look decades (not years) ... but decades younger using Bio-Rejuvenation Dentistry.
The Esthetic improvements are stunning and that really excites me to give that to a patient ... but just as much (if not more) is how excited I get by the dramatic improvements in their person. Transforming a patient's smile (like how it looks and functions) get's me excited ... but seeing their confidence explode or seeing their response to that first look in the mirror after Bio-Rejuvenation ... that's priceless and it's why I absolutely love being a Dentist.
Dr. Randall continues to expand his knowledge of modern dental techniques through several courses, including:
* Pankey Institute Continuum for Dental Occlusion, TMJ, and Aesthetic Smile Design – Key Biscayne, FL
* Dental Implant Surgery and Prosthetics/Restorative Preceptorship – University of Texas Health Science Center, San Antonio, TX
* Center for Aesthetic and Restorative Dentistry Continuum – Dallas, TX
* Global Institute for Dental Education (Implant and Tissue Grafting Course) – Los Angeles, CA
* Russo Implant and Sinus Grafting Surgery Course – Charleston, SC
* Fotona Lightwalker Dental Laser Training (training for hard and soft tissue procedures, laser whitening, laser root canal therapy, laser snoring therapy, laser facial aesthetic smoothing, and noninvasive periodontal
* Dr. RL Frazer Emotional Intelligence Seminar, Strategic Planning Course, and New Patient Experience Course – Austin, TX
* Schuster Center for Professional Development – Scottsdale, AZ
* Texas Center for Occlusal Studies Continuum for TMJ, Bite Disharmony Treatment, Airway Management, and Minimally Invasive BioRejuvenation Dentistry
* Thrive Experience Masterclass (extensive training in high-end aesthetics with minimally invasive direct-resin veneers)
For his expertise and skill, Dr. Randall has been admitted as a member of several prestigious dental organizations, such as:
* The American Dental Association
* The Texas Dental Association
* The Dallas County Dental Society
* The International Congress of Oral Implantologists
* The Texas Center for Occlusal Studies
* The Dallas Study Club Chapter of the Seattle Study Club
* The American Academy of Oral and Systemic Health