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Dong-Ho Lee
Seoul-Michigan Dental Implant Center – Seoul, Korea

Dr. Lee has received his DDS degree from Seoul National University College of Dentistry in Seoul, Korea. From SNU, he has received Master of Science and PhD degree in Periodontics. As a periodontist, he was trained in Graduate Prosthodontics at Northwestern University, Chicago and completed his residency and Master of Dental Science program (Graudate Prosthodontics and Implant Dentistry) at University of Pittsburgh School of Dental Medicine, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

As a periodontist and prosthodontist, he started his teaching career as an assistant professor in Prosthodontics at University of Michigan School of Dentistry, Ann Arbor, Michigan since 1999. He was director of postdoctoral prosthodontic and implant program at University of Michigan. 

Dr. Lee is now an adjunctive clinical faculty at University of Michigan and the chair of Seoul-Michigan Dental Implant Center and Training Center in Seoul, Korea. He has trained NobelGuide and Procera to thousands of dentists during the past few years.