Lois Lee, DDS
Dr. Lois Lee studied urban planning at the University of Washington. She then graduated with her Doctor of Dental Surgery degree from Columbia University in 2007 and completed her general practice residency at the Manhattan Veterans Affairs Hospital. The dental program she completed had a strong medical component, which complemented her residency training in a hospital setting. Thanks to this training, Dr. Lee has a broad understanding of medical conditions and human biology that allows her to help patients understand their mouths in relation to their whole body. She also speaks both French and Korean, which helps her accommodate our patients’ unique needs.
Dr. Lee is a strong believer in keeping abreast of current trends in dentistry and exceeds continuing education requirements throughout the year. She is a member of both the American Dental Association and Academy of General Dentistry. As a dentist, Dr. Lee’s greatest goal is to help her patients understand the biology of their mouths and the implication their teeth have in maintaining a healthy and happy lifestyle. While conversation is at the heart of her professional philosophy, there are times when work must be done in a patient’s mouth to achieve this goal. If this is the case, Dr. Lee believes in providing high-quality dental care and takes extreme pride in the excellence of her work. It is her restorative goal to rebuild teeth such that patients do not think of her every time they eat or floss!
On a more personal note, Dr. Lee is married and has three boys. Her hobbies include camping, hiking, and spending time with her family. She also has a love/hate relationship with doing home improvement projects around the house with her husband.