Meet Our Doctor

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Robyn Keeling, DMD

Originally from Louisville, Kentucky, Dr. Robyn Keeling attended college at the University of Kentucky College of Dentistry – earning her DMD in 2002. From there, she began her journey in the dental field.

Initially practicing as a pediatric dentist, Dr. Keeling credits this role with building her interpersonal skills, allowing her to approach every patient with compassion, kindness, and competence. Currently, her primary specialties in dental practice are family and cosmetic dentistry – ensuring that each of her patients achieves and maintains a healthy, beautiful smile. With many years of experience in the field, Dr. Keeling feels that the most rewarding part about being a dentist is having the opportunity to connect with her patients and make a positive impact in their lives.

Outside the office, Dr. Keeling enjoys spending time with her three daughters – Avery, Lila, and Lucy. In addition, she also loves to draw, paint, design, and create; this passion for artistic expression is part of what makes her such an incredible dentist, as she is dedicated to blending art and science to build brighter smiles and better futures for those she serves.

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Paul Ranney, DMD

Although originally born in Louisville, Kentucky, Dr. Paul Ranney is a Southern Indiana native who grew up in the Jeffersonville and Floyd’s Knobs areas.

He obtained his Bachelor of Science degree from Indiana University, where he majored in biology in the pre-medical track. His Doctorate in Dental Medicine came from the University of Louisville School of Dentistry. He embraces the mixture of technology, science, and medicine in a modern dental practice. He really loves talking with his patients so he can get an understanding of not only their healthcare needs, but who they are as people. He feels that it is important to make a connection with his patients on a level beyond just caring for their oral health.

Dr. Ranney met the love of his life, Ginger, in 2014. She is a native of Tennessee and is a schoolteacher who is beloved by her students. They were married in 2015 and Ginger moved to Indiana where they now live in Jeffersonville. Dr. Ranney and his wife do not have any children, but they are busy raising their spunky Havanese dog, Smalls, who was named after the character in the motion picture “The Sandlot.” Dr. Ranney and his wife love going out to see movies, attending concerts of their favorite bands and artists, and traveling. They enjoy taking Smalls on drives, especially in a convertible, because he loves the open top as much as the doc. Spending time with family and friends is really important to them, especially when it means getting together to watch their favorite college teams play football. Dr. Ranney and Ginger have a passion for exploring new places whenever possible on their Segways!

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