For the past 29 years, I have been privileged to work as a dentist in a practice that was started by my father, Dr. Robert Ranck, almost 70 years ago. As many of you know, upon graduation from dental school, I was able to follow my dream and work side-by-side with my father who started the practice in 1950. I also have had the privilege of being a mom to two wonderful daughters. They are each following their own dreams, and as a result, I have spent many years looking for a partner to share my practice with. Several years ago, I began mentoring a college student from Dublin, Ohio. After observing and working in my office, she went on to dental school. I am proud to announce that Dr. Audrey Eichenlaub, the student I started mentoring many years ago, will be joining me as a partner on August 1, 2019.
Dr. Eichenlaub graduated from The Ohio State University with her bachelor’s degree and later graduated from the University of Pittsburgh School of Dental Medicine with the highest honors. She spent last year in Chicago completing her general practice residency affiliated with Loyola University Medical Center and Edward Hines, Jr. Veterans Administration Hospital. During her time there, she gained valuable experience treating patients with complex medical conditions, assessing dental trauma, performing procedures like extractions, bone grafts, and implants, as well as providing preventative and restorative dental care to improve patients’ oral health and esthetics. Dr. Eichenlaub has had the opportunity to work closely with dental specialists, including oral surgeons, prosthodontists, pediatric dentists, periodontists, endodontists, and interdisciplinary medical providers.
Eager to give back, Dr. Eichenlaub strives to be an active participant in her community. She is thrilled to be back in her hometown and is not only looking forward to serving the community with superb dental care, but also in providing invaluable community service through her volunteer activities.
I have the utmost respect and complete trust in Dr. Eichenlaub, both professionally and personally. We will be working together very closely and I know it won’t be long until I jokingly refer to her as “my third daughter.” Dr. Eichenlaub will be an incredible asset to our office. My staff and I are looking forward to introducing you to her the next time you are in!
I hope you enjoy the rest of the summer and remember to keep flossing!