Dr. Lenga graduated from the University of Toronto, faculty of Dentistry where he received specialty training in Periodontics and a Master’s degree in tissue-healing physiology. He is a fellow of the Royal College of Dental Surgeons of Canada, the American Academy of Periodontolgy, a Diplomate of the American Board of Periodontology and a member of the Canadian Dental Association, Ontario Dental Association and the Alberta Dental Association & College.
Upon completion of his general dentistry studies, Dr. Lenga interned at Mount Sinai Hospital working alongside the Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery Department and Plastic Surgery Department. His background in Fine Art and Architecture helped him utilize surgical techniques to rehabilitate facial anatomy and the relationship between the aesthetics of the face and a natural smile. Throughout his specialty training and in the years afterwards, Dr. Lenga continued to work on staff at Mount Sinai Hospital in the Department of Facial Pain and Temperomandibular Disorders, and as a part-time instructor at the University of Toronto Dental School.
Give me odorous at sunrise a garden of beautiful flowers where I can walk undisturbed. - Walt Whitman
Dr. Lenga’s experience includes all periodontal and reconstructive procedures including bone regeneration and periodontal plastic surgery. He is skilled in a variety of dental implant devices and associated procedures. He has also completed a hospital-based fellowship in anaesthesia. Dr. Lenga currently works full-time in his private practice clinics in Ontario and Alberta. Being “out west” allows Dr. Lenga to ski and snowboard regularly as well as nurture his involvement in the arts community in both Calgary and Toronto.
Thanks for making the procedure as pleasant as possible considering the circumstances. Wish all dentists took the time you did to make sure I was comfortable and the procedure was as painless as possible.
I was referred to Dr. Lenga when my gums began to recede to a point that merited seeing a specialist. I already knew that I would probably require gum grafting which I imagined would be a painful surgery with a long recovery period so I was really not looking forward to visiting the Periodontist.