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Dr. Randal Kimbrough graduated from the University of Tennessee College of Dentistry in December 1979, and started his practice in January 1980. He was an associate of Dr. Eddie Gillespie, who had purchased Dr. Oscar M. Kimbrough’s practice in 1974. Dr. Oscar had started his practice in 1951 after serving in WWII. He attended dental school at the University of Missouri Kansas City on the GI Bill, and graduated in 1951. Dr. Oscar was well respected by his patients and other dentists in the community. He was very active in the Methodist church and Kiwanis. He died an untimely death from cancer in 1974. He was 55 years old.
In 1981, after practicing with Dr. Gillespie in his dad’s old office for a year, Dr. Randy purchased the practice of Dr. Gary Cohen, and moved his practice from Meadow Street to American Street. He built his current office next door to the old one, and moved in in 1991.
Over the years Dr. Randy has been involved with the ADA, Kiwanis, coaching youth sports, running, biking, and hunting. Dr. Scott Kimbrough joined the practice in 2009 after graduating from the UT College of Dentistry with Honors. Outside of the practice he has been involved with community groups and coaching soccer and T-ball.
Dr. Randy’s wife Marsha is a retired dental hygienist. Their daughter Amy is a dental hygienist. Their youngest son Mark is a Methodist minister. He says he’s the black sheep of the family because he didn’t go into dentistry. Randy, Marsha, and all three children are graduates of the University of Arkansas. Go Hogs!
Both doctors enjoy continuing education programs, and believe in the concept of being a perpetual student. The field of dentistry is rapidly expanding and changing. Believe it or not, dentistry is a fascinating profession that can positively impact lives daily. The IDT study club that both doctors attend monthly is a constant source of cutting-edge information and collaboration. Many of the top clinicians in the U.S. and the world have lectured here in NWA, due to this study club’s notoriety. Both doctors are past presidents of the study club.
Kimbrough Dental Care is open:
Monday – Thursday, from 8:00 am to 4:30 pm
We will schedule your appointment as quickly as possible. If you are in pain or an emergency situation, every attempt will be made to see you that day.
Please call us at 479-751-9899 with any questions you may have, or to schedule an appointment.
Meet the Doctors
RANDAL S. KIMBROUGH, DDS
Dr. Randal Kimbrough is a 2nd generation dentist. His father Dr. Oscar Kimbrough practiced in Springdale for 23 years. He is a graduate of Springdale High School and the University of Arkansas. He graduated from the University of Tennessee College of Dentistry in 1979. He has been married to his college sweetheart, Marsha, since 1976. The Kimbroughs have 3 children, Scott, Amy Mitchell and Mark. Scott is a dentist, Amy a dental hygienist, and Mark is a United Methodist minister. They have 3 grandchildren Eliza-Grace & Shepard Kimbrough, and a new addition Lydia Mitchell.
Dr. Kimbrough is a member of the ADA and is past president of the Northwest District Society of the Arkansas State Dental Association. He is also past president and current member of the Academy of Interdisciplinary Dentofacial Therapy.
Dr. Kimbrough is an avid runner and biker. He likes to hunt and watch all sports associated with the Razorbacks.
DR. SCOTT KIMBROUGH, DDS
Dr. Scott Kimbrough was born and raised in Springdale, Arkansas. He graduated from Springdale High School in 2001 and received his BS in Biology from the University of Arkansas in 2005. He then moved to Memphis where he graduated from the University Of Tennessee College Of Dentistry with honors in 2009. While in college, Dr. Scott (as he is in known in the office) met his future wife Lauren. They married in 2006 and have two great kids, Eliza-Grace and little brother Shepard.
Dr. Scott is proud to be the 3rd generation to practice dentistry in Springdale, Arkansas. Outside of his practice, Dr. Scott enjoys spending time with his family, hunting,and watching the Razorbacks!
Meet the Staff
Registered Dental Assistant
Skylit is originally from Batesville, AR but has lived in NWA since 2003. Skylit and her high school sweetheart Brent welcomed a beautiful little girl into their family in October 2016. Lowen has taken over the household! Everyone at the office loves when she visits. Skylit has been a R.D.A. since 2006 and makes our patients feel at ease. She is such a huge asset to our office.
Abbie has been in the dental field for about 9 years and is the first face you will see in our office. She schedules appointments and coordinates insurance. She loves her job and works diligently to help our patients as much as possible. Abbie is a Cajun transplant from Baton Rouge, and yes she is a L.S.U. fan!!! She misses the food and people but really loves NWA. (GEAUX TIGERS).
Registered Dental Hygienist
Marly is a home grown Arkansan who grew up in Gentry, AR. She graduated from the UAMS Dental Hygiene program in 2014. Marly has a wonderful husband and a beautiful little girl who keeps them busy. As a family they enjoy being outdoors and playing with their 2 Aussie’s.
Registered Dental Assistant
Dana was born and raised in Northwest Arkansas. She got married in 2017 to her husband Matthew. Lil Quill Quilliam Hutchinson is their sassy hedgehog. They love to spend time travelling and are always up for a new adventure. Dana also devotes her free time to college and youth ministry.
Registered Dental Hygienist
Candice is a lifelong resident of NWA. A graduate of Prairie Grove High School, she completed her Pre-Dental Hygiene prerequisites at the U of A and attained a B.S. in Dental Hygiene at UAMS in 2000 with high honors. After graduation she worked at Kimbrough Dental from 2000-2007 and returned in 2014. She is married with a blended family of six. She loves her Razorbacks and spending time with her family.
Marsha is Dr. Randy Kimbrough’s wife. She has recently rejoined the practice as the acting “office manager.” Prior to this Marsha practiced as a dental hygienist. Marsha enjoys gardening, biking, reading, anything Razorback, but most of all spending time with her grandchildren, Eliza-Grace, Shepard, and Lydia.
Are you fearful or uncomfortable visiting a dentist? Dental anxiety and phobia are extremely common. It has been estimated that 9% to 15% of Americans avoid seeing the dentist because of anxiety and fear. That’s about 30 million to 40 million people. Unfortunately, those with dental anxiety or phobia are more likely to have gum disease and early tooth loss, as well as emotional insecurities about the appearance and health of their teeth.
At Kimbrough Dental Care, we strive to make your care as comfortable as possible for you, and help patients to overcome their fears about procedures. There are a number of ways that we can help make your visit more as comfortable and relaxing as possible:
- We provide Overhead TVs in each patient room, with local cable channels, a DVD player, and Bluetooth headphones. You can even bring a favorite DVD from home if you like.
- The chairs in our treatment rooms have memory foam and lumbar support for your comfort. We can also adjust the incline of the chair during procedures to a level that is most comfortable to you.
- We provide all digital x-rays, greatly reducing radiation exposure, compared to film x-rays. Most of your x-rays can be taken without placing anything in your mouth.
- Our patient chairs face floor-to-ceiling windows overlooking landscaping and bird feeders, which helps to alleviate any “closed-in” feeling you may have experienced in other dental offices.
- Nitrous-Oxide (laughing gas) is available if needed.
- We take time to listen to our patients’ concerns, and will pause any time that you feel uncomfortable during a procedure. We want to alleviate any fears you may have.
Don’t let your fear and anxiety keep you from the treatment and care that you need for optimum dental health. You are not alone, and we are here to help!
Advanced Dental Technology
Drs. Randy and Scott Kimbrough choose carefully which and when radiographs are taken. There are many guidelines that we follow. Radiographs allow us to see everything we cannot see with our own eyes. Radiographs enable us to detect cavities in between your teeth, determine bone level, and analyze the health of your bone. We can also examine the roots and nerves of teeth, diagnose lesions such as cysts or tumors, as well as assess damage when trauma occurs.
Dental radiographs are invaluable aids in diagnosing, treating, and maintaining dental health. Exposure time for dental radiographs is extremely minimal. Drs. Randy And Scott Kimbrough utilize Digital Imaging Technology within the office. With digital imaging, exposure time is about 50 percent less when compared to traditional radiographs. Digital imaging can also help us retrieve valuable diagnostic information. We may be able to see cavities better.
Digital imaging allows us to store patient images, and enables us to quickly and easily transfer them to specialists or insurance companies.
Digital X-rays offer more precision since we view the image on a computer monitor, instead of holding up a 35mm film up to the light. Digital X-rays results in 1/6th the radiation exposure to you.
We are very proud to announce that we recently added the ability to take CBCT scans in the office. This means we can get a 3 dimensional image that aides in the diagnosis of problems not seen on traditional x-rays, planning dental implant placement, or even accessing a tooth for a root canal.
Many patients, especially younger patients, are very familiar with the latest technology and are comfortable with the high tech practice. Computers and TV screens are their primary method of information processing.
Drs. Kimbrough and Kimbrough utilize intraoral camera technology that helps enhance your understanding of your diagnosis. An intraoral camera is a very small camera – in some cases, just a few millimeters long. An intraoral camera allows our practice to view clear, precise images of your mouth, teeth and gums, in order for us to accurately make a diagnosis. With clear, defined, enlarged images, you see details that may be missed by standard mirror examinations. This can mean faster diagnosis with less chair-time for you!
Intraoral cameras also enable our practice to save your images in our office computer to provide a permanent record of treatments. These images can be printed for you, other specialists, and your lab or insurance companies.