Dr. "Alan" Wonhee Lee received his Doctor of Dental Surgery degree from the College of Dental Medicine at Columbia University. During his senior year, he was elected to the Honors Program and received the Empire State Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry Award.
His interest in preserving natural dentition led him to the School of Dentistry at Marquette University, where he completed his endodontic specialty training. At Marquette, Dr. Lee also earned a Master of Science degree and was awarded the Advanced Dental Specialist Graduate Residency Endowed Scholarship and Post-Graduate Scholarship Awards.
Dr. Lee is currently practicing both surgical and non-surgical microscope-enhanced endodontics in private practices in and near Washington D.C. As a member of Dean’s Faculty, he also teaches his evidence-based knowledge and skills to dental students and residents at the University of Maryland School of Dentistry. In the past, Dr. Lee had served as Adjunct Assistant Professor in the Endodontics Department at the University of Minnesota School of Dentistry and practiced in multi-specialty clinics.
Dr. Lee's research has been presented at the American Association for Dental Research annual meeting and has been published in the International Endodontic Journal, Journal of Virology, and the Journal of Immunology. He has also spoken at various CE courses.
Dr. Lee’s highest priority is providing quality clinical care for his patients using the most advanced diagnostic and therapeutic tools available, including, but not limited to, GentleWave, Cone Beam CT and operating microscopes.
On a personal note, Dr. Lee enjoys playing chess and soccer and follows the news on cars and technology.