Meet Memphis TN Dentist Dr. Elizabeth Lee

dr. elizabeth lee, dentist, memphis tn

Dr. Elizabeth Lee is married to Dwight Lee and has two children, one step daughter, and 6 grandchildren. Dr. Lee was raised in Memphis, TN and has lived here almost all of her life.

Dr. Lee went to dental school at the University of Tennessee Center for Health Sciences and graduated in 1990 at the top of her class, receiving numerous scholarships and awards while in dental school. Dr. Lee is a Fellow of the American College of Dentists, which is considered to be the conscience of dentistry. She is honored to have been the first woman president of the Memphis Dental Society and was the first female Vice President of West Tennessee for the Tennessee Dental Association. She also received the highest award given by the Memphis Dental Society, the Humanitarian Award, being the only woman so far to gain this high honor.

Dr. Lee has studied extensively, learning the intricate details of treating occlusal disease and Smile Design. Thus she is able to treat people with many different bite problems. She places dental implants, is an experienced provider of Six Month Smiles, and is certified to deliver the Pinhole Surgical Technique. She has also become qualified to administer Botox injections for esthetics and for headaches.

Professional Affiliations

  • American Dental Association
  • American Academy of Cosmetic Dentists
  • Fellow, American College of Dentists
  • Dawson Academy, Alumni
  • Christian Medical and Dental Association
  • American Association of Women Dentists
  • Memphis Dental Society

Dr. Lee has been on 8 mission trips to Kenya Africa where she helps build churches and performs tooth extractions on the tribes people in very remote areas. Last summer she went on mission in Uganda as well. Dr. Lee is a member of the board of directors of an organization that helps the street children in Ethiopia which she visited in October 2015. She is also heavily involved in the Mid-South Mission of Mercy which each year accomplishes over a million dollars of free dentistry for those in need here in Memphis.