Dr. Le attended the University of California Berkeley, graduating with a BA in Molecular and Cell Biology in 2004. He received his Doctor of Dental Surgery from Columbia University College of Dental Medicine in 2008 in New York and subsequently completed a General Practice Residency at the West Los Angeles Veteran Administration in 2009.
Upon completion of his General Practice Residency, he pursued a three-year specialty training in Endodontics at the Harvard School of Dental Medicine in Boston, Massachusetts. Dr. Le has served as the clinical instructor preparing students for their national licensing dental board exam in Endodontics while at Harvard. In 2012 he received a certificate in Endodontics and also received his Masters in Medical Sciences, he was the Chief resident from 2011-2012. The faculty at Harvard awarded him with the prestigious Henry Shaw Award for his research given to only one post-graduate student.
Dr. Le subsequently was accepted into a highly coveted two-year implant fellowship at Harvard and was awarded the American Association of Implant Dentistry for Outstanding Graduate Student in 2014. He is only a handful of specialists who hold both certificates of Endodontics and Implantology in the country, the first from Harvard.
Dr. Le is a Board Eligible specialist member of the American Association of Endodontists, a member of the American Dental Association, California Dental Association, International Team of Implantology, and Academy of Osseointegration. His charitable work includes clinical outreach locally and in Vietnam.
During his free time, Dr. Le enjoys many activities outside the office that include golfing, biking, jogging, tennis, and sports fishing.