Lee A. Mahlmann, DDS, MS
Creating beautiful smiles, beautiful faces, and helping people change and improve their lives is a passion of Dr. Mahlmann’s. That is why he chose to be an orthodontist. He knows how a beautiful smile opens many doors in a person’s life by making them more confident and outgoing and helping their self-esteem. He has learned through many years of practice that it takes a team effort to achieve a goal of a great smile. He has created an environment that brings everyone together as a team with a common goal. The resulting smiles are truly helping patients become all they can be.
Dr. Mahlmann grew up in the Richmond/Rosenberg area. He comes from a family that has deep roots in Fort Bend County and the great state of Texas. He is active in his church, community and profession. He has served on the board of Calvary Episcopal School and the YMCA and is a member of the Richmond Rotary Club. He coached baseball for eight years for the Lamar Little League and coached basketball for two years at the YMCA. He is a member of the American Dental Association®, Texas Dental Association, American Association of Orthodontists®, Houston District Dental Society and Southwest Society of Orthodontists. He also attends multiple continuing education seminars throughout the year in order to learn and gain better insight on the newest treatment methods. Dr. Mahlmann is a perfectionist and wants nothing but the best for his patients.
Dr. Mahlmann graduated with honors from Lamar University with a degree in biology and a minor in chemistry. He completed his dental degree at the University of Texas Dental School in Houston. At graduation, he received two awards: one for outstanding student in crown and bridge dentistry and another award for outstanding student in undergraduate orthodontics and the study of the orofacial complex. After dental school, he entered the two-year orthodontic residency program at the UT Dental School in Houston. There, he received his Orthodontic Specialty Certificate and Master of Science degree.
Dr. Mahlmann enjoys being with his family and enjoys fishing, hunting and the great outdoors.
Dr. Mahlmann and his wife, Laurie, reside near Richmond. They have three children, Courtney (husband – Bryan), Colleen (husband — Brad) and Chad (wife — Jodi), and five grandchildren.