Meet Our Team
Check out our great, caring and friendly staff of doctors, hygienists and assistants.
Dr. Folden W Lee DDS and associate Dr. Jonathan Hairr DDS are exceptionally caring, friendly, experienced and knowledgeable Clayton dentists. Dr. Lee has been in practice for over 20 years and brings a wealth of knowledge to general, restorative and cosmetic dentistry services. Both our doctors and our staff go above and beyond to ensure that each patient feels comfortable and relaxed.
Our offices at 5400 Barber Mill Rd. have been recently remodeled. We wanted to ensure that patients felt at home during their visit. Recent upgrades have also paved the way for advanced dental technologies. We now offer same day dental crowns, made possible by CEREC advanced milling technologies. Dr. Lee specializes in dental implants, made safer and more effective with 3D digital X-Ray machines. Professional teeth whitening has never been easier and we offer both in-office and at-home treatment options. Porcelain veneer procedures are meticulously planned using our advanced X-Ray system to eliminate any guess work. We want every patient to know that your smile means as much to us as it does to you!
Patients searching for a new dental office tend to look for a balance of expertise, professionalism and value. We look for mutually beneficial relationships with patients. We want how you value your oral health, to meet our values as a practice. As a form of welcoming you to our practice and sharing our beliefs we provide the following statement:
A Dental office is a small health-oriented team of professionals dedicated to serving patients. Each office maintains certain standards of skill and concern and we want an aura about us that unquestionably makes a statement of our quality of care. To make this evident, we have committed to a particular kind of practice. In a philosophical sense, basically one is devoted to either quantity (do a little for a lot of people) or to quality (optimal care on a long-term basis for regular patients). We want to attract and keep people who share our values and beliefs in excellence or can grow to this level of appreciation through education and motivation. We seek a patient population dominated by people with high expectations of good health and happiness.
Excellence in dentistry begins with a careful diagnosis and treatment plan to move us toward the goals we will establish together. We will perform an extensive and comprehensive examination of the teeth, gums, bite, joints, and soft tissues. When needed (and with your permission), we will utilize all appropriate X-Rays. If beneficial, we will use intra-oral photographs and study models of your teeth and jaws to identify areas of concern. We believe this in-depth examination to be the cornerstone of quality dentistry in Clayton, NC.
The whole family is welcome at Dr. Folden W. Lee DDS. We strive to create long lasting relationships with each patient. And we think you’ll love your dental experience in our newly remodeled office.
Our goal with cosmetic dentistry is to help our patients feel comfortable with their smile. We offer a wide range of services to rejuvenate and enhance your bright smile.
Dental implants are a safe and effective method for replacing badly damaged or missing teeth. There are many types and options of dental implants, so feel free to call and get more information.
Dental bridges are another option for replacing missing or badly damaged teeth. A dental bridge would span a gap between one or more teeth and attached to existing teeth or implants. Find our more about dental bridges here.
Root canal therapy is treatment of the inner tooth or pulp cavity to combat an infection. Clearing the infection is crucial and prevention of future infections is also a main priority. If you’re experiencing severe tooth pain you schedule an appointment with your dentist immediately.
Gum disease is a serious condition that can affect overall oral health. Untreated gum disease can eventually lead to tooth loss and other major problems. Regular dental appointments are critical for gum disease control and prevention.