Brian B. Lee, D.M.D.

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Contact Information

Acton Pediatric Dental, PC
Contact: Brian Lee, D.M.D.
Email Address:
Phone: 978-635-1000
Fax: 978-635-5495

60 Great Road Acton, MA 01720
Area Served: Northeast

Map Location Lee, Brian B., D.M.D.


Our office is in-network with Altus Dental, Blue Cross Blue Shield Indemnity, Delta Dental Premier, Delta Dental Plus Premier, Guardian, Masshealth, and plans that are a part of the Dentemax or Ameritas program. We also accept most other insurance plans including Aetna, Lincoln, Principal, Metlife, United Concordia, United Healthcare, and many more. If your insurance is out-of-network, preventive care may still be covered at no cost to you. However, we suggest that you check with your insurance regarding the specifics of out-of-network coverage.

Able to serve clients in their wheelchair , Accessible Parking, Accessible Restrooms, Easy Transfer Dental Chair, Mercury Free Environment , Panorex X-Ray Acton Pediatric Dental, PC Birth to 3, 3 - 4, 5 - 8, 9 - 13, 14 - 18, 19 – 22, 23 – 59 Acton Brian Lee 978-635-5495 978-635-1000 2796 Acton Pediatric Dental, PC Acton Pediatric Dental, PC 3) Northeast Childrens' Dentist (Pediatric Dentistry) 60 Great Road D.M.D. 01720 Private Insurance, Personal Funds Attention Deficit Disorder/Hyper Activity Disorder, Autism Spectrum, Behavior Disorder, Developmental Disability, Epilepsy/Seizure Disorder, Intellectual Disabilities, Mental Health D.M.D. Chinese-Cantonese, Chinese-Mandarin, Korean, Spanish

Dentist Specialties

  • Childrens' Dentist (Pediatric Dentistry)

Ages Served

Accessibility Features

  • Able to serve clients in their wheelchair
  • Accessible Parking
  • Accessible Restrooms
  • Easy Transfer Dental Chair
  • Mercury Free Environment
  • Panorex X-Ray

Additional Information

  • Education: University of Pennsylvania, 1994 for DMD
  • Fees: Private Insurance, Personal Funds
  • Hours: 8-5 weekday. 8-2 Sat.
  • Sedative Agents Used: Nitrous Oxide, Oral Premedication