To Help You Achieve The Goal Of Exceptional Dental
Health And Wellness.
Dr. Julia Lee grew up in the Bay Area and has been a general dentist for over 20 years. She received her Bachelor of Science in Biology at the University of California, Davis, and then went on to earn her Doctor of Dental Surgery from the University of California, San Francisco. Walnut Creek Dentist Dr. Lee firmly believes in being a perpetual student. That is why she spends many hours in continuing education courses every year in order to keep up with the state-of-the-art technologies in dentistry as well as to refine her skills.
Your smile is Dr. Lee’s top priority. When you visit her friendly office, she will give you a comprehensive exam, guiding you on a tour of your mouth. Offering a range of services from preventative, to reconstructive, to cosmetic dentistry, she takes a conservative approach. “When I treat a patient, I always ask, ‘would I do this procedure on myself?’” she says. “That way, I know I will always make the right choice.” Dr. Lee offers orthodontic care for kids and adults, as well as implant dentistry. Walnut Creek Dentist Dr. Julia participates in Give Back a Smile, a program that restores broken teeth for domestic violence survivors so they can restore their lives. Dr. Lee is also an Associate Fellow Of AAID American Association Of Implant Dentistry and a Fellow of the International Congress of Oral Implantologists (ICOI).
Dr. Lee truly enjoys her work because she loves interacting with people and appreciates that her patients simply deserve the highest quality of care. Most importantly, Dr. Lee’s philosophy as a healthcare provider is to educate her patients so that he/she can make educated and informed decisions in regard to the individual’s wants and needs.
Our wish for you, your children and family is to achieve the goal of never needing dental work in the future. Our purpose comes from the derivation of the word “doctor.” It comes from the Latin word docere, which means “to show, to teach or to teach to know.” We help achieve this goal of “teaching” with hygiene visits twice a year…a goal that can eliminate gum disease and future dental work for a lifetime. This goal is our sincerest wish for you, your children & family!