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Meet Dr. Christine Lee

 


Christine Lee, DMD, MMSc, FACP 
Board-Certified Prosthodontist 

 

Education

  •  Bachelor of Arts in English Literature – New York University
  •  Doctorate of Dental Medicine – University of Pennsylvania
  •  Postgraduate training in Prosthodontics – Harvard School of Dental Medicine
  •  Master of Medical Sciences – Harvard School of Dental Medicine
  •  Diplomate, American Board of Prosthodontics
  •  Fellow, American College of Prosthodontists

 

Dr. Lee is one of the very few female prosthodontists to have achieved Board Certification. She attended New York University for her undergraduate degree in English. She continued onto the University of Pennsylvania School of Dental Medicine and achieved her DMD degree. She then completed her advanced graduate training at Harvard School of Dental Medicine, where she also recieved her Masters of Medical Sciences degree. She completed her Masters research on the topic of cleft lip and palate at Boston Children's Hospital. 

She is a Diplomate of the American Board of Prosthodontics, a Fellow of the American College of Prosthodontics, and a member of the American Dental Association and the Connecticut State Dental Assocation. 

Dr. Lee is skilled in crowns, bridges, veneers, and complete and partial dentures, and specializes in complex rehabilitations and full-mouth reconstructions. She is also highly trained in single and multi-unit implant restorations, as well as in full-arch implant restorations such as hybrids and All-on-4®. She is passionate about volunteer work and has traveled to Togo, Guyana, and Cambodia to aid underserved populations.  

Dr. Lee's focus is on building lasting relationships with her patients and their families. She continues the practice of Dr. Kristin Butler, DMD, who built a practice based on trust and quality over the course of 31 years. Dr. Lee is grateful to have the opportunity to serve the wonderful patients of Fairfield County for the next decades to come. A native of Boston, Dr. Lee lives in Norwalk with her husband Aaron, their 2-year-old toddler Ben, and a goofy goldendoodle named Lucy. 

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