Dr. Eddleton grew up in Richmond, Virginia and graduated from Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University with a Bachelors of Science in Biology in 1986. After graduating from college, she worked as a medical technologist at the clinical toxicology lab at the Medical College of Virginia, and as a chemist at Enseco Pharmaceutical.
Dr. Eddleton always knew that she wanted to work in the medical field, but knew her true passion was in children’s dentistry. She pursued her dental degree at the University of Tennessee College of Dentistry in 1994 where she graduated with honors and an award for outstanding performance and community service. Her pediatric residency training was completed at the Children’s Hospital Medical Center in Cincinnati, Ohio in 1996.
Since graduating from her residency program, Dr. Eddleton has practiced pediatric dentistry at several Richmond pediatric dentistry practices for over 22 years. She is an active mother of three children, Landon, Madison, and Renee and loves spoiling her baby granddaughter Celeste. Dr. Eddleton loves to cook and has enjoyed training her new labradoodle Oliver.
Eddleton, Raymonia A.: “The Mounting Threat of AIDS for African Americans”, ASDA News, Volume 23, Number 1, January, 1993.
Eddleton, Raymonia A.: “Doctor Offers Tips to Cope with Dental Phobia”, Chillocothe Gazette, Chillicothe, Ohio, July 21, 1995.
Eddleton, Raymonia A.: “Ankyloglossia: Impact on Breastfeeding”, Pediatric Dentistry/Orthodontics Review, March, 1999, Number 20.
Favorite Movies: The Star Wars Series, The Notebook
Favorite Olympic Sport: Figure Skating
Favorite Passtimes: Ballroom dancing and hiking