Dr. Meet Patel is originally from Mumbai, India, and is fluent in Gujarati and Hindi. He received his Bachelor’s degree in Chemistry from Texas Tech University before completing his graduate work at the UT Health San Antonio School of Dentistry in 2019. Dr. Patel’s favorite thing about dentistry is that it is a growing profession, so there is always something new to enjoy. He hopes to continue to grow professionally so he can provide better service to his patients. In his spare time, he enjoys playing tennis, hiking, traveling and cooking.
Dr. Russell Reddell was born and raised in Texas and currently resides in Lubbock. He graduated from Texas Tech University with a Bachelor of Arts in Chemistry and minor in Biology. Dr. Reddell went on to obtain his Doctor of Dental Medicine (DMD) degree from Baylor College of Dentistry. After starting his dental career, he also attended the Rawls College of Business and graduated with a master’s degree in business administration (MBA) with an emphasis in Health Organization Management. Throughout various stages of his career, Dr. Reddell served as Dental Director for the Preston E. Smith Unit; Dental Director at the Lubbock State Supported Living Center; and State Dental Director for the Texas Department of Aging and Disability Services.
Dr. Reddell eventually established what is now known as Abbeville Special Needs Dentistry in Lubbock in 2014. In 2015, he was granted full privileges at the University Medical Center to also care for individuals in a hospital setting. To this day, he specializes in caring for patients with special needs in both his office and in a hospital setting.
Outside of dentistry, Dr. Reddell enjoys hunting, fishing, boating and golfing. He has been married to his wife, Dana, for 22 years, and they have two teenage sons.
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