Dr. Lenk & Dr. Sunnie work together to ensure that patient families receive the type of experience that they would choose for their own families. This includes a welcoming office environment, friendly and professional team, efficient systems, and excellent communication.
Dr. Lenk and Dr. Sunnie specialize in adult and adolescent orthodontics and are Invisalign certified providers. Their goal is the bring the best possible care to Durham and the surrounding area.
A native of the Seacoast, Dr. Jason Lenk was born in Dover, NH, and received his Doctorate of Dental Medicine (DMD) in 1997 from the University of Connecticut School of Dental Medicine. Following four years in general practice, he specialized in orthodontics at Wilford Hall Medical Center in San Antonio, Texas.
Dr. Sunnie attended Tufts University School of Dental Medicine where she received a Doctor of Dental Medicine (DMD) degree. Discovering a love for creating smiles, she decided to pursue a three-year post-doctoral program in orthodontics at Harvard School of Dental Medicine, earning a Masters of Medical Science (MMSc).
Correct your bite so your teeth fit together in a healthy way to preserve your teeth throughout your lifetime.
Straighten your teeth so they look nice and they’re easier to keep clean.
Position your teeth in preparation for other dental work (implants, bonding, etc)
Happiness! Life is better when you look and feel your best and love your smile!
Meet Dr. Lenk, Dr. Sunnie, and the team, learn about your diagnosis, and find out which treatment options are right for you.
Dr. Lenk & Dr. Sunnie typically see patients once every 4-8 weeks.
Once the first two steps are completed, we take a close look at your teeth and smile to ensure that we are giving you an A+ result. At this stage, we value your input in making sure that you are completely satisfied before we finish treatment.
Retainers ensure your teeth stay in a healthy position throughout your lifetime.
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