Jung H. Lee, DDS
Meet Olympia Family Dentist Dr. Lee
Dr. Jung H. Lee was born and grew up in Seoul, South Korea. He attended Cornell University for his bachelor of science degree in Hotel Administration and master of engineering degree in Operations Research and Industrial Engineering. He worked at Marriott Hotels & Resorts in New Jersey and Connecticut as a revenue manager for several years. Then he moved on to pursue a Doctor of Dental Surgery (D.D.S.) degree from the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, to incorporate his talents in hospitality into dentistry.
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Dr. Lee is a caring and highly experienced dentist who has been practicing quality dentistry for the past eight years. In addition, he has served our country in the U.S. Army Reserve for a number of years. He has two beautiful children, Claire (4 years old) and Andrew (2 years old), with his wife, Hyunju.
Dr. Lee is a calm, considerate and thoughtful dentist, who values others around him and works extremely well in a team environment. Dr. Lee also believes it is important to take the time to explain treatment options. He truly cares about people and their well being. He is just a warm and caring individual. Furthermore, Dr. Lee is not only very committed and responsible, but he also has tremendous determination and persistence.
At his free time, Dr. Lee likes to play with his children and enjoys exploring the beautiful nature of Pacific Northwest. He also has special interest in cars and airplanes.
Research & Publications:
– Lee JH, Bennett DE, Richards PS, Inglehart MR. Periodontal Referral Patterns of General Dentists – Lessons for Dental Education. J Dent Educ, 73(2): 199-210, February 2009.
– Bennett D, Lee JH, Richards PS, Inglehart MR. General Dentists and Periodontal Referrals. Journal of the Michigan Dental Association, 92(9):45-51, September 2010.
– Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan Foundation, 2009 – Excellence in Research Award
– Osseointegration Foundation, 2009 – Implant Surgery and Implant-retainted Overdentures