Randolph L. Mitchell, D.M.D.

General Dentistry

Randolph L. Mitchell, D.M.D. General Dentistry

47 William Street, Lyons, NY 14489

©2016

Randolph L. Mitchell, D.M.D.

Randolph L. Mitchell was raised in Jordan, New York and graduated from S.U.N.Y. at Potsdam in 1977, majoring in Chemistry and Biology. He then attended Dental School at The University of Pennsylvania School of Dental Medicine, graduating in 1981. Following two years of general practice in the Philadelphia area, he returned to Central New York in May of 1983 to practice with Dr. Arthur N. Santelli in Lyons, New York. Dr. Santelli retired in December of 1983 and Dr. Mitchell purchased the dental practice on the last business day of 1983 and has operated the practice since that date.

Dr. Mitchell is a general dentist, a member of the American Dental Association and has served as president of the Wayne County Dental Society, and currently sits on the Ethics Committee of the Seventh District Dental Society of the State of New York.

Dr. Mitchell is also interested in Forensic Dentistry, and is a Member of the American Society of Forensic Odontology (ASFO), and Associate Member of the American Academy of Forensic Science (AAFS). He contracts with The Monroe County Office of the Medical Examiner, making Forensic Dental Identifications for them. He is also a Faculty Member at the University of Pennsylvania School of Dental Medicine, lecturing on Forensic Dentistry to the dental students each year.

Dr. Mitchell takes many hours of continuing education in dentistry to keep up on current techniques, which are ever-changing, so that he can offer you the best solutions to your dental problems.

Mission Statement

It is the Mission of this dental practice to help our patients maintain their natural dentition via preventive measures. We are born with a very good dental system in place. Our teeth are made of the hardest material in the human body, but they are also placed into one of the most bacteria laden areas of the human body. These bacteria cause dental decay and periodontal disease. This makes removing bacterial plaque from our teeth the most important thing we do to keep our teeth in great condition. We teach you how to remove the plaque in a number of ways with differing means and methods.

If problems arise with dental structure via bacterial action or fracture due to chewing forces or accident, we attempt to repair these problems using the most modern restorative methods and materials in the most conservative way possible, restoring your oral condition to the best condition that we can.

With hard work on your part to prevent dental issues, and hard work on our part to take care of dental issues when they arise, we work together as a team to make sure your dental structures provide the chewing function throughout your life.