There’s a reason people keep coming to Dr. Grace Lee. That’s because there is great satisfaction in going to a dentist that you know and trust. Her care and concern for patients have brightened thousands of smiles. Prior to establishing her dental practice, Dr. Lee completed hundreds of hours of courses in postgraduate dentistry. She is dedicated to the newest advancements in cosmetic dentistry and keeps up-to-date with the latest technologies. She received a Bachelor in Biology from the University of Pennsylvania and earned a Doctorate of Dental Medicine at Boston University. She also completed an Advanced Education in General Dentistry program at Lutheran Medical Center.
A South Korean native, Dr. Lee grew up in Guam, the oldest of three. Dr. Lee began her interest in dentistry at a very early age. When she was eight years old, her parents went to Guam as a Christian missionary. She was treated by a missionary dentist when her parents could not afford dental care. Through those experiences, she had been inspired to help others too with the profession of dentistry. She is able to relate and empathize with her patients better than she would have had she not gone through such extensive financial hardships. Dr. Lee volunteers at the Good Samaritan Clinic once a month and participates in mission trips to Haiti, Africa, Dominican Republic, and Nicaragua. Dr. Lee has three boys and one girl, ages 3, 9, 10, and 11. In her spare time, she enjoys traveling, photography, classical piano, long distance running, and Zumba. She teaches Sunday school and plays the piano for her church. “The best part about my job is being able to interact with families and watch young patients grow. I pride myself on my ability to connect with people of all ages and ethnicity, and I am very fortunate to work with warm caring people who make coming to work a lot of fun.