Meet the Doctors
Meet Dr. Aaron
Hello, my name is Dr. Aaron. Coming from a long line of dentists, I knew that I always wanted to be a dentist. I was born and raised in Las Vegas, NV, and grew up helping out around my father’s dental practice. In my earlier years of life, I worked in a local dental lab fabricating dental crowns. I also assisted for an orthodontist in college. I attended Southern Utah University to study my undergraduate coursework before returning home to attend the School of Dental Medicine at University of Nevada, Las Vegas, where I obtained my Doctor of Dental Medicine degree.
After finishing dental school, I completed a general practice residency at Miami Valley Hospital in Dayton, Ohio. During my residency, I was trained for and performed many oral surgery and general practice procedures. I have also completed many post-graduate courses in endodontic procedures from the Las Vegas Institute for Advanced Dental Studies, as well as a comprehensive laser workshop, implant placement and the effects of sleep apnea and its association with comprehensive pain. I am a member of the American Dental Association (ADA), Wisconsin Dental Association (WDA), and the UNLV School of Dental Medicine Alumni Association.
I plan to continue Antigo’s Complete Dental Center’s traditional approach to treatment. We will continue to listen to you to ensure that all of your dental concerns are being addressed and will encourage honest, open communication with you regarding your oral health care and education. Our calm and patient personality is especially effective for helping you feel comfortable even during those slightly apprehensive moments when seeing a dentist.
In 2012, I met the love of my life. She truly is a daughter of Eve and supports me in many ways. We were married and later we had our first child, Chloe. She will melt your heart if you ever get the chance to meet her. We are expecting our second daughter in February 2017.
In my free time, I enjoy an active lifestyle with my family consisting of wakeboarding, snowboarding, backpacking, camping, and working out.
I look forward to meeting you and your families.
Meet Dr. Randy
Hello, I'm Dr Randy. You've met my wife Dr Lisa. I think that we make a great team together, in marriage and as colleagues. I owe a lot of what I am today to Lisa. Her influence on my life has made me a better person and a better doctor. Our strengths and weaknesses balance each other out at home and the office. I think this makes a nice, synergistic blend that results in a more flexible approach to life and the challenges it brings.
Lisa has already spoken about our family which I enjoy and love so dearly. I myself originally hale from Port Washington, Wisconsin. The youngest of eight, I remember by father's favorite phrase "moderation is the key". Those words resonate with me today. I feel it is important to keep a balance in life. A little attention frequently here and there keeps things in balance. Ignoring something may lead to it consuming us later. It is hard to keep the status quo. Our world is dynamic and things change constantly. Things to some degree move toward better...or worse.
Balancing dental care with all the other demands today can be a challenge. We understand that. In our dental practice we've always thought it best to be able to prevent problems from occurring. Giving things a little more attention here and there is much better than to have to spend a lot of time and money later repairing damages that have occurred over the years. More importantly, the preventive approach to oral care maintains the best look, feel and function possible. This keeps things in the best possible working order.
Sometimes it isn't so convenient to give attention here and there and things do get out of balance. That's why it is important for us to be able to recognize and be able to treat a wide variety of oral problems. With the latest technology the blend of knowlegde and skill of the doctors and staff in our office offers you the very best care available today. Everyone is an individual and often times there are many different options to solve the same problem. Offering you the options that we would offer our families is a reflection of the talents and values we share collectively as your dental care team.
Thank you for visiting us. The mouth is seemingly simple, but as one looks deeper into the intricate relationships of all its structures its complexity is evident. Building and modifying this website will be an ongoing task and we hope you will find it helpful and informative to your understanding and in making decisions about your oral care.