Dr. Sahara Adams-LeSage was born in Dallas and has committed her life to helping people by relieving pain and suffering while offering cosmetic restorations with meticulous attention to detail.
A practicing general dentist for nearly a quarter century, Dr. Adams-LeSage received her undergraduate education from Texas A&M University College Station and Galveston between 1986 and 1991. She acquired a bachelor’s in biomedical science, a bachelor’s in animal science, and a Ph.D.
After completing her undergraduate studies, Dr. Adams-LeSage obtained her Doctorate of Dental Surgery in 1995 at the University of Texas Houston branch and graduated top 15% of her class, as well as scoring above the national mean on the National Western Regional Boards.
She is a fellow of the Delta Sigma Delta International Dental Fraternity and served as vice president from 2005 to 2007. Dr. Adams-LeSage is also a published author, researcher and presenter for numerous articles and scientific journals, including but not limited to the Louisiana State University Medical Journal, Proceedings of the National Academy Sciences, and Texas A&M University School of Medicine Department of Bio- Chemistry. She even co-authored two motion pictures entitled “Dental School Procedures” and “Periodontal Disease and Esthetic Dentistry.”
Her professional memberships include the Academy of General Dentistry, the Greater Houston District Dental Society, the American Academy of Implant Dentistry, the Ninth District Dental Society, the American Dental Association, and the Texas Dental Association, and she is the founder of the mentor program at the University of Texas.
In her spare time, Dr. Adams-LeSage enjoys watching football games, fishing, playing tennis, and traveling to lakes in Texas.