Dr. Randy Hamilton
Dentist - iKids Pediatric Dentistry
Dr. Randy Hamilton is a native Texan who is very happy to be back in the Lone Star State. Exceptionally skilled in the field of pediatric and adolescent dentistry, Dr. Hamilton received his Doctorate of Dental Medicine at Nova Southeastern University in Ft. Lauderdale, FL. While earning his doctorate, Dr. Hamilton was selected for the Health Profession Scholarship funded by the United States Air Force.
In addition to graduating with honors, he was one of a few dentists selected for an Advanced Education in Dental Training residency program at Sheppard Air Force Base. During this residency, Dr. Hamilton became proficient in all specialties of the dental profession. His primary focus, however, was in surgery and anesthesia, where he became certified in IV sedation. After completing his residency at the top of his class, he was stationed at McConnell Air Force Base in Wichita, KS. Dr. Hamilton is honored to have served his country and met the needs of his patients in all areas of dentistry.
After completing his service in the Air Force, Dr. Hamilton decided to further specialize in the field of pediatric dentistry. Dr. Hamilton spent the next two years receiving advanced training in the field of pediatric and adolescent dentistry in addition to special needs care at Temple University Hospital in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Prior to coming to Texas, Dr. Hamilton worked as an associate at a prominent pediatric dental office in Philadelphia. He was also part-time faculty at Temple University Hospital’s residency program.
Dr. Hamilton is a devoted husband and father of four young children. He understands your child’s fears and the concerns that every parent has. Your child’s health, comfort, and convenience are his main priority. He is an outstanding professional committed to providing care to all children as if they were his own. Dr. Hamilton is a member of the American Dental Association, American Association of Pediatric Dentistry, American Association of Endodontics, and Texas Dental Society.
Grin and Bare It
Publication Date: February 2014
You have witnessed your baby’s first steps, first words and first haircut. Now, it’s time for the first trip to the dentist. This first experience may well be a deciding factor in whether your child enjoys going to the dentist or not.
Do any of these questions sound familiar?
• Why does my child grind his teeth?
• Can I go to the dentist when I am pregnant?
• Does my child need braces and when?
• What can I do to prepare my child to see the dentist?
• What about my special medical needs child?
• What is a dental home?
• When should I take my child to his first dental visit?
• Is it better to see a family dentist or a pediatric dentist?
• What do I do in case of a dental emergency?
• When should my child begin using fluoride toothpaste?
Dr. Randy Hamilton provides these answers and many more in Grin and Bare It. He has created a new generation of children’s dental offices, focusing on over-the-top customer service and treatment. Reading this book will help to ensure that your children will have fun, be prepared, and have an overall great dental experience.