For almost 15 years now, Dr. Lankupalli has been serving patients throughout Fort Worth and positively transforming smiles for the better. She strongly believes in treating every person that comes into the practice like she would want to be treated, as well as providing very high standards of clinical quality. If you’d like to learn more about her, keep reading below:
Since before she can remember, dentistry has been a significant part of Dr. Lankupalli’s life. She is actually a second-generation dentist – her father and role model is a highly successful dentist in his own right, as well as a respectful man with strong ethics. Throughout her childhood in India, she regularly saw how the community respected and honored him for his work, and the passion he exhibited is what made her want to consider becoming a dentist as well.
In 2004, Dr. Lankupalli graduated with her first dental degree from a college in India. She practiced in the country for several years before moving to the United States. She started attending the highly acclaimed New York University College of Dentistry in 2007 and completed her DDS in 2010.
Beyond her education, Dr. Lankupalli has a strong passion for continuing education and has completed advanced courses in a wide variety of different subjects, including endodontic care (root canals), the restoration of dental implants, and Invisalign. She completed the famous orthodontics curriculum at Gerety Orthodontic Seminars in 2016. Today, she is a proud member of the following organizations:
When she isn’t helping patients at ProSmiles Dental & Orthodontics, Dr. Lankupalli spends plenty of quality time with her devoted parents, her wonderful husband, and her amazing son. She really enjoys cooking for the people she loves and entertaining in her home as well. She’s also a passionate traveler, having taken trips around the world where she learned lots about different cultures and foods. She places a high priority on health and fitness, regularly exercising and participating in challenges like Tough Mudder.