Meet Dr Lee
"As an orthodontist, I raised a question: can a dental arch from which teeth have been extracted, or that includes stripped down teeth, actually be considered a “normal” anatomical structure in terms of size and shape? While looking for the answer, I developed a breakthrough orthodontic technique called Dentometrics®."
Dr. Sue S. Lee is the Co-Founder & Chief Scientist of Envisium Health, Inc. As a student and academic, she inquisitively questioned the antiquated teachings of Dentistry and Orthodontics. When she graduated and started her own practice, she realized the industry was ripe for disruption.
This led to her discovery of an orthodontic technique that would improve a patient's health, dramatically shorten treatment time and remove the need for extractions and stripping. She called her theory "Dentometrics," because at its core, her theory is based on mathematical dimensions of the dental skull anatomy. She then went on to invent and patent multiple products based on her theory.
In 2017, she founded Envisium so she could share her techniques to Orthodontists and General Dentists alike. Her goal is to expand the dental conversation to include skull anatomy and ENT health (i.e. Obstructive Sleep Apnea and TMJ), beyond straightening teeth. She also wants to standardize treatment across all practices. Her practice of 20+ years in Massachusetts is fittingly named "Beyond Your Smile." She has implemented her theory in her practice for the past 12 years.
Dr Lee received her Bachelor of Science in Neuroscience at Brown University. She received her Doctorate of Dental Medicine (D.M.D.) from The Harvard School of Dental Medicine, where she also received her Certificate in Orthodontics. During her residency, she also earned a Master’s degree in Bone Biology at Harvard University.
Dr Lee is a member of the American Dental Association and the Massachusetts Dental Society. She currently teaches in the graduate program in Orthodontics at The Harvard School of Dental Medicine and continues to operate her orthodontic practice for children and adults in the greater Boston area.