Sheala Lansden: Pediatric Dentist

Sheala Lansden

Dr. Sheala (pronounced "Shay-la") received her Doctor of Dental Surgery (DDS) from Texas A&M University, College of Dentistry in 2014, where she recently completed additional training and education to obtain her board certification in pediatric dentistry.

Dr. Sheala is a native Texan, graduating valedictorian of her Palestine high school class. She received her bachelor of science degree in biomedical science with a minor in business from Texas A&M University, graduating Summa Cum Laude, Phi Beta Kappa and with a 4.0 GPA. As an undergraduate she was nominated for the Brown Foundation-Earl Rudder Memorial Outstanding Student Award. While studying for her DDS, Dr. Sheala also received multiple honors, including the Senior Student Award from the Texas Academy of General Dentists. She was a member of the Odontological Honor Society and the Dean's List.

After receiving her DDS, Dr. Sheala worked in private practice for several years in Nacogdoches and Bullard, Texas. During this time she worked in both general and pediatric dental practices. Despite thriving, she felt called to specialize in pediatric dentistry. After some serious soul-searching, she came to the conclusion that she was meant for pediatric dentistry. She went on to continue her education and completed the pediatric dental residency program at Texas A&M.

Dr. Sheala, her husband, Dustin and their young son Kaison ​make their home in Redmond. Dustin is a native Oregonian, and the family is excited about establishing roots in Central Oregon. Dr. Sheala believes in giving back to the community, and she has a long history of volunteering for children's and adult oral health initiatives. She looks forward to exploring and participating in volunteer opportunities in our region.

Athletic and adventurous, Dr. Sheala likes snorkeling, scuba diving, sky diving, snowboarding and running. She also enjoys reading and spending time with family and friends.

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