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Welcome to S. Lee Falkenheiner, DDS, PLLC Family and Cosmetic Dentistry, Your Dentist in Vidalia, LA

Welcome! The dental professionals at S. Lee Falkenheiner, DDS, PLLC Family and Cosmetic Dentistry are pleased to welcome you to our practice. We want all our patients to be informed decision makers and fully understand any health issues you face. That's why we've developed a web site loaded with valuable information about dental and dental problems and treatments. We encourage you to visit this site whenever you have concern about your teeth.

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Please take a few moments to look through this site to get a better feel for S. Lee Falkenheiner, DDS, PLLC Family and Cosmetic Dentistry capabilities and services. We also invite you to email or call our office at any time to request an appointment or ask any questions. Thank you.

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Cosmetic Braces

Crowns For All Ages

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  • Dr.
    S. Lee Falkenheiner,
    DDS
    Doctor

    Dr. Falkenheiner is a lifelong resident of Miss Lou. He grew up in Vidalia. He did his undergraduate studies in Biology at The University of Mississippi. He earned his doctorate with high honors at the University of Tennessee - College of Dentistry, in Memphis, TN. He is a member of OKU and Richard Doggett Dean's dental honor societies. He enjoys establishing personal and professional relationships with his patients. He is an active member of Jefferson Street United Methodist Church. Member of Louisiana Dental Association, American Dental Association, Academy of General Dentistry. He is married to Lisa Huber Falkenheiner and has 3 children, Madalyn, Grant, Sarah Saxon. In his spare time, he attends any Ole Miss sporting event, enjoys snow skiing and hiking.

  • Sarah Johns Dallalio,
    RDH

    Sara Johns Dallalio, RDH grew up in Ferriday, LA. She is a 2005 graduate of The University of Louisiana at Monroe with a bachelor’s degree in Dental Hygiene. She has worked for Dr. Falkenheiner since 2010. She is married to Keith Dallalio. They have one son Logan, his wife Shelbie, and two grandsons Oliver and Milo. She is a member of St. Patrick’s of Ferriday. Sara’s favorite part of dentistry is her patients. She enjoys traveling, concerts, reading, and time with friends and family.

  • Amanda Trippe Williams,
    RDH

    Amanda Trippe Williams, RDH was born and raised in Natchez, MS. She attended ACCS from PreK-12, and then went on to Co-Lin. She received her Associates Degree in Dental Hygiene from Pearl River Community College in Hattiesburg, MS. And in 2018, she completed her Bachelor’s Degree through the University of Mississippi Medical School. She has worked for Dr. Falkenheiner since 2013. Amanda’s favorite part of her job are the friendships built with her patients and coworkers. She is married to Austin Williams, and they have two children, Trippe and Reese.  In her spare time, she enjoys playing with her family, being outside, and going to the beach.

  • Loyce Marchbanks, EDDA

    Loyce Marchbanks is a resident of Vidalia. She has worked in the Dental Profession for over forty years. She received her dental X-ray and Expanded Dental Assistant certificates from The University of Louisiana in Monroe. She has been employed with Dr. Falkenheiner since October 2004. Loyce is married to David Marchbanks and they have a daughter Meghan and her husband Steven, son Matt and his wife Mollie. She has three grandchildren Maci, Easton, and Adaline. In her free time, Loyce enjoys visiting with her grandchildren, traveling, and reading.

  • Lea Keyes Smith, EDDA

    Lea Keyes Smith graduated in 1989 from Southeastern Academy, Kissimmee, FL with a degree in Travel, Tourism, and Restaurant Management. From 1995 to1998 she attended Nichols State University in Thibodaux, LA with an interest in physical therapy. She later started a Paramedical Company contracting throughPortamedic and EMSI for 3 years. The medical field was very fulfilling before entering into the dental profession in 2001. She earned her certification in X-ray and Expanded Duty Dental Assistant from the University of Louisiana in Monroe, LA. Being an EDDA has been and still is, in her opinion, a very rewarding and fun-filled career. Educating patients on dental health and having hands-on involvement in improving a patient’s healthy smile makes her workday very enjoyable. When Lea isn’t working she enjoys spending time with her four children and two grandsons. She also enjoys fishing, traveling, and woodworking.

  • Eileen Richardson

    Eileen Richardson is a resident of Natchez, MS. She received an associate's degree from Co-Lin Jr College. She graduated with a bachelor’s of science degree in Business Administration from the University of Southern Mississippi. She has over 35 years of experience in management and administrative responsibilities combined. Eileen has been employed with Dr.Falkenheiner’s office since September 2009. She is a member of Parkway BaptistChurch and the Natchez Garden Club. She has two children and three grandchildren. Eileen’s interests include reading, gardening, traveling, and spending time with family and friends.

  • Lindsey Harveston

    Lindsey Harveston is a resident of Natchez, MS. She has two children. She has over fifteen years of experience in the administrative field. She joined Dr.Falkenheiner’s team in January of 2019. She enjoys spending time with family and friends.

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Monday:

8:00 am-5:00 pm

Tuesday:

8:00 am-5:00 pm

Wednesday:

8:00 am-5:00 pm

Thursday:

8:00 am-5:00 pm

Friday:

8:00 am-12:00 pm

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