Greater Washington Endodontics is always here to provide for our patients. If you are planning a visit with our endodontists in Arlington, Reston, Woodbridge or Fairfax, Virginia, feel free to learn a little about our team of professionals before you visit. Find out about Dr. Richard Pollock and Dr. Eun Young Lee below! Our team sees patients of all ages, and our bilingual endodontists can provide services in Spanish, Korean, Mandarin, Japanese, Farsi and Hindi.

Dr. Richard Pollock

Richard M. Pollock, DMD

Education

  • Temple University
  • University of Pennsylvania

Associations

  • American Dental Association®
  • Virginia Dental Association
  • Northern Virginia Dental Association
  • American Association of Endodontists

Certifications

  • Certificate of Endodontics

From 2001 to 2002, Dr. Pollock taught as an assistant clinical professor at the University of Pennsylvania. He has volunteered to work with Catholic Charities and has provided his dental expertise to assist those in need living in the Dominican Republic. Dr. Pollock is a member of the American Dental Association, Virginia Dental Association, Northern Virginia Dental Association and the American Association of Endodontists.

When not volunteering, Dr. Pollock enjoys taking part in local community activities; he is a runner and part of the U.S. Masters Swimming program. Dr. Pollock enjoys sailing and is a supporter of the Boys and Girls Club of America and children’s literacy programs. Dr. Pollock has been a supporter of Genesis Service Dogs, which raises and trains dogs to assist children and adults with special needs.

 

Dr. Eun Young Lee

Dr. Eun Young Lee

Education

  • University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia

Associations

  • American Association of Endodontics
  • Academy of Osseointegration
  • Korean Dental Association

Dr. Lee’s passion for dentistry is evident in the sensitive care she provides to her patients. She takes the needed time to talk with all her patients so that they have a thorough understanding of the treatment that may be needed. Dr. Lee has received distinguished recognition in her field and has published several well-received articles on wound healing. Her decision to pursue endodontics results from being nominated and selected to attend the Visiting Fellow Program at the University of Pennsylvania’s School of Dental Medicine. Once there she, worked to expand her expertise to include the specialty of endodontics.

As a resident of Northern Virginia, she has enjoyed attending high school sports with her son and daughter. She is also an accomplished flutist and has performed with several different chamber orchestras. She enjoys many types of music genres and enjoys the many interesting sites and interests of this area.