Experienced Richmond, VA Dentist
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Dr. Elizabeth C. Reynolds
Gentle and kind, Dr. Reynolds certainly has a way with patients of all ages. Her pleasant demeanor is an ideal complement to her exceptional clinical skill as well! With nearly 30 years of experience in the oral healthcare field so far, she knows just the right ways to help new visitors feel relaxed and at ease throughout the treatment process. Keep reading below to learn more.
Why Did You Decide to Become a Dentist?
Dr. Reynolds’ father was actually a dentist, so she grew up working in his dental office. She also completed a high school internship with her orthodontist, and that experience really solidified her decision to follow in both of their footsteps. After taking a year off after college and working in a dental office in NoVa, she returned to begin dental school at VCU – and the rest is history.
Where Did You Study Dentistry?
After completing her undergraduate degree at the College of William and Mary, Dr. Reynolds pursued her dental doctorate at Virginia Commonwealth University School of Dentistry. Following graduation, she has continued to attend postgraduate courses regarding several different dental specialties, including pediatric dentistry, cosmetic treatment, and dental implants. She has studied at the world-renowned Dawson Academy and through SPEAR Education.
As for dental memberships, Dr. Reynolds is a Fellow and the current president of the Virginia Dental Association. She is also a Fellow with the American College of Dentists and the International College of Dentists, as well as an invited member of the Pierre Fauchard Honor Society. She currently serves as a Delegate for the 16th district with the American Dental Association. She has been the proud recipient of the Harry Lyon’s Award, which is the most prestigious award given by the Richmond Dental Association.
Outside of the Dental Office, What Do You Like to Do?
Dr. Reynolds and her husband John have two beautiful daughters named Anne Randall and Cabel. Whenever she has free time away from work, her favorite hobbies include waterskiing, reading, working out, traveling, listening to a variety of music genres, and going to as many live music performances as she can. She also enjoys collecting art and has a pension for glass. She’s currently having a dental chair from the 1930’s restored so it can go on her sunporch! Finally, she’s passionate about volunteering and has been to most MOM projects here in Virginia, as well as several trips overseas to care for people in need.