Dr. Lis Randall began her education, as a member of Honors College at Ball State University, graduating with a Bachelor of Science degree. Following her passion to help people, she attended Indiana University School of Dentistry earning her Doctor of Dental Surgery degree. While in school, in addition to her studies, she did research at the world renowned Oral Health Research Institute, long regarded as the leading center for preventive dentistry research, where she was a contributor to clinic research and the resulting two published scientific articles and was presented the Winning Award for the Senior Dental Student Essay Contest during commencements.
This passion for excellence through knowledge has continued throughout her career. Taking advanced courses in all aspects of clinical dentistry, including advanced cosmetics, conscious sedation, laser dentistry, and CAD/CAM technology. Dr. Randall has also clinical training with specialists in the field of endodontics, oral surgery, and periodontics. She has studied at the Kois Center for Advancing Dentistry through Science and has been recognized by the TMJ & Sleep Therapy Research Centre for completing all requirements and demonstrating a high degree of knowledge, skill, and experience in the field and treatment of craniofacial pain, TMJ disorders, sleep disordered breathing, and sleep apnea.
She has help spread this knowledge as a part-time faculty at IU School of Dentistry for seven years, a CPR instructor, a dental assistant instructor, and a speaker for the American Education Bureau. Giving back, Dr. Randall has donated time to the under-served people in Thailand, the Gennesaret Free Clinic in Indianapolis, and the Donated Dental Services clinical program in her private practice. She is a veteran, during which time she receive two letters of commendation, Junior officer of the Quarter Award, and became a decorated officer by receiving the Navy Achievement Medal for outstanding professional achievement.
Dr. Randall takes pride caring for people’s dental health at the highest level in her private practice in Fishers, Indiana.
She is married to Thomas Randall, a project manager for Cardno, and they have two great children in the Hamilton County schools. She has been a volunteer for many organizations and collects scrapbook supplies in her free time.