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About Dr Christine Lee

Dr. Christine Lee graduated with Bachelor of Dental Surgery (BDS) degree in 2007 from University of Otago, New Zealand. After graduation, she has joined the New Zealand Naval Base as a civilian dentist and served in the public dental services for 1 year then started to work in private dental practice in Hamilton, New Zealand for 1 year.

Further from that, she decided to pursue a career overseas and chose Singapore and worked for at least 5 years in various locations across the country. Throughout the time spent in Singapore, she has joined various committees and missions to service for the underserviced in neighbouring countries and also for the Cerebral Palsy education centre as she has interests in special needs dentistry.

She has also obtained a Basic Implantology Certificate from the National University of Singapore in 2015. She is willing to broaden further on her career goals to reach the desired level to best serve her patients.

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