Dr. Leena Alexander D.D.S., Dentist

Dr. Leena Alexander D.D.S.


4471 Long Prarie Road Suite 300 Flowermound Texas, 75028



Leena Alexander, DDS,has been serving dental patients for over 10 years; currently practicing out of the Flowermound Texas area. Dr. Alexander's expertise and clinical interest is in preventive dentistry. Preventive dentistry involves the cleaning of the teeth, which removes accumulations of calculus; examination of teeth and soft tissue using visual and tactile exams; and radiographic examinations, such as x-rays and oralcancer screening. Dr. Alexander remains current in the field by being an active member of dental associations including the American Dental Association and the Fort Worth District Dental Society.

Education and Training

Marquette University School of Dentistry

Board Certification

Nuclear Medicine American Board of Nuclear Medicine ABNM

Radiology American Board of Radiology ABR

Provider Details

Male English 16 years of experience

Areas of expertise and specialization

Preventative Dentistry

Professional Memberships

  • Member Maryland State Dental Association

Professional Society Memberships

  • American Dental Association, Texas Dental Association, Wisconsin Dental Association, Fort Worth District Dental Society

What do you attribute your success to?

  • Perseverence

Hobbies / Sports

  • Making Jewelry

Accepted Insurance

Dr. Leena Alexander D.D.S.'s Practice location

4471 Long Prarie Road -
Flowermound, Texas 75028
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Fax: 414-771-7241

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