Dahlia is a native Texan from Edcouch, TX (Rio Grande Valley). She graduated from the Texas State Technical College with a degree in Dental Laboratory Technology. She is both a Texas Registered Dental Assistant (RDA) and a Certified Dental Technician (CDT).
In 1986, Dahlia relocated to the Houston area and began working primarily in the Medical Center. She joined Dr. Mann's practice in 2000. She has now accumulated more than 28 years of combined dental experience.
Dahlia states that she enjoys getting to know her patients individually in order to coach them to a higher quality of dental care.
Dahlia resides nearby in West Houston with her husband, James, and son Javier. She truly enjoys spending time with family and friends, and especially enjoys the outdoors and a good night of dancing.
Originally from Tucson, Arizona, Lauren moved to Texas in 2001 to be closer to her family and to attend college.
In the spring of 2013, Lauren graduated from Dr. Mann's school of dental assisting and she completed her TX state board exam. Immediately after receiving her Texas Registered Dental Assistant (RDA) certification, she started working for Dr. Mann.
Lauren loves her new career as a dental assistant, it seems that she has found her passion! She enjoys the challenge of meeting new patients and making their dental care easy and meaningful.
When Lauren isn't working, she loves to spend time being with her ten year old daughter, her boyfriend, and sweet puppy. She also enjoys reading, exercising, and bargain shopping.
Sylvia was born and raised in Harlingen, Texas and moved to the Sugar Land area in 1987. She and her husband, Tito, have 2 children. Their son, Tito, is attending St. Edwards University in Austin and their daughter, Elizabeth, is a junior at Fort Bend Christian Academy. Sylvia enjoys reading and playing tennis.
Sylvia began working for Dr. Mann in 1988. After spending a decade at Dr. Mann’s office, she took some time off to focus on raising her children. Recently, she has returned to the office since her children are grown (and no longer need her chauffer services).
Sylvia enjoys being a part of the dental team again, and she loves seeing the longtime patients again and meeting new ones as well. Dentistry has changed throughout the years, but the love of working in the dental field has not.