Dr. Cerone and his team take the time to individualize dental treatments and recommendations to solve existing problems and minimize potential future problems. The team and Dr. Cerone are always open and available to answer questions regarding dental treatment, treatment options and dental insurance concerns.
Sean Cerone, D.D.S attended Creighton University School of Dentistry in Omaha, Nebraska, where he graduated with honors. While in dental school, Dr. Cerone spent 2 months in the Dominican Republic providing dental services for rural populations. Originally from Omaha, he has lived in Texas since 1995 and practiced dentistry in Southlake since 1996.
Community involvement and giving back to the community is very important to Dr. Cerone. He was a charter member of the Southlake Rotary Club, and has served as club president and secretary. He is a member of the Southlake Chamber of Commerce and participates in the Save-a-Smile program, where he screens Tarrant County elementary students and treats those with dental needs in his office.
He is an active member of the Academy of General Dentistry, the Fort Worth District Dental Society, the Texas Dental Association and the American Dental Association. Continuing dental education and providing the most modern, efficient treatment for his patients is a priority for Dr. Cerone.
A Grapevine resident since 1997, Dr. Cerone enjoys skiing, travel, and family activities. His wife, Christine, is a pharmacist for the Baylor Scott and White healthcare system, his daughter Cecilia is a senior at Grapevine High School, and his daughter Natalie is a sophomore at Ursuline Academy in Dallas.
Lance Coleman, D.D.S grew up north of the Dallas area in Denison, Texas. He attended Abilene Christian University and graduated from Dental School at The University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio.
Coleman’s wife, Robyn, is an anesthesiologist and Southlake native who graduated from Southlake Carroll High School. He and Robyn moved back to Southlake in 2012 to continue their professional careers.
Dr. Coleman has a passion for medical missions and has spent multiple summers in Kenya providing care for underprivileged patients, and participates annually in the local Save-a-Smile program.
Their daughter, Alex, is a recently graduated nurse and works in the Dallas/Fort Worth area. Their son, Will is currently attending Baylor University.
Andrea Uglem, D.D.S was born and raised in Northwood, North Dakota. She attended Concordia College in Moorhead, Minnesota, where she received a Bachelor of Arts degree in Biology. After completing her undergraduate studies, she moved to Fort Worth to focus on studying for her master’s degree and showing Quarter Horses.
After receiving a master’s degree in Medical Sciences from the University of North Texas Health Science Center, Dr. Uglem attended Creighton University School of Dentistry in Omaha, Nebraska, where she graduated in 2019.
Dr. Uglem is a member of the American Dental Association, Texas Dental Association, and Fort Worth District Dental Society. Dr. Uglem volunteers with the Save a Smile program sponsored by Cook Children’s Hospital.
When Dr. Uglem is not at work, you can find her competing at American Quarter Horse Association shows, traveling, skiing, and spending time with her beloved Goldendoodle, Easton.