In addition to her former private orthodontic practice in the New York City area, Dr. Gina Lee served as a faculty member at Columbia University Dental School teaching orthodontics.
Dr. Lee regularly attends conferences and meetings in order to utilize the most current and up-to-date methods in her orthodontic practice.
She is currently a member of the American Association of Orthodontists, the Southern Association of Orthodontists, the North Carolina Association of Orthodontists and the American Dental Association.
Dr. J. Gina Lee graduated from the University of Toronto with honors and then went on to graduate from the Columbia University School of Dental and Oral Surgery in New York City. There, she received her Doctorate degree in Dental Surgery (D.D.S.).
Subsequently, she completed a three-year orthodontics residency at the University of Connecticut where she was selected to be Chief Resident. During this time, she also completed a master's degree in dental science.
As a result of her involvement with cutting-edge research in orthodontics and dentistry, Dr. Gina Lee was named the recipient of the prestigious Harry Sicher Award from the American Association of Orthodontists.
After living in the New York City area for many years, Dr. Gina Lee moved down to the Triangle, thanks to her husband's work bringing him to Duke University Medical Center as an interventional radiologist.
The Lee's made a new home in Duke University and have a son named Justin and a daughter named Jenna.
Dr. Lee's hobbies include hockey (mostly as a spectator), playing tennis and golf, photography, singing and playing the piano and violin.
I love this team! They are always punctual and very friendly! You always feel comfortable during your visits! Very professional and affordable too!
Absolutely amazing place! Everyone makes you feel comfortable. Dr. Lee is funny and knows her stuff!
Akelia Keya Dixon
Super nice and modern office. Excellent staff. Front desk always helpful. Dr. Lee is probably one of the nicest orthodontists that I have seen.