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A third-generation dentist, Dr. Lea Wheeler is skilled at providing a lifetime of lasting dental health.

Welcome to our office!

We are an established, independent practice that is not affiliated with any corporate entity. We place a high value on our relationship with each patient. Our mission is to provide you with the same kind of thoughtful, individual care we would provide our friends and family. We strive to make you feel comfortable and appreciated from your first step through the front door until the end of your appointment. We believe each patient is unique, special and deserving of our complete concentration and efforts. We want to get to know you personally so we can meet your immediate dental needs, but also provide you with a lifetime of lasting dental health.

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Dedicated to each 
patient’s wellbeing.

Meet the team

Lakeland families appreciate our unique approach.


Calm, relaxing office

We treat our patients the way we’d treat family. So it’s important to us that we create a welcoming, calming environment.



A personal focus

As an independent practice, we have the freedom to offer truly individualized, complete, and focused service to each patient.



Dental technology

We’ve invested in several pieces of technology that make your visit with us more efficient and enjoyable.


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We can’t wait to meet you!

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Dr. Wheeler and her dog Daphne

Complete care, delivered by a caring doctor.

"When I am out of the office, I am usually either walking my 14-year-old rescue dog Daphne, or jogging around Lake Hollingsworth. I also love to quilt, and keep a log book with pictures of all the quilts that I make. To this date, I have sewn over 70 quilts for family and friends. (Some better than others). I occasionally use my grandmother’s 1928 Singer sewing machine that still makes very nice stitches.

Dentistry appeals to me in many of the same ways that quilting does. It takes a great deal of precision and creativity to develop something that is beautiful and long-lasting. I am always striving for my dentistry to be both of those things – beautiful and long-lasting. A patient’s lifestyle, habits, and tolerances are important when making treatment recommendations. Nothing lasts forever, but with careful planning, care and consideration, really nice dentistry can last for decades.” — Dr. Lea Wheeler (and Daphne)

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