14000 Northdale Blvd., Suite J | Rogers, MN 55374 | Phone: (763) 428-2300

About the Doctors

Dr. Lee Prohofsky

University of Minnesota

Dr. Lee Prohofsky was born and raised in the Twin Cities. He graduated from the University of Minnesota for both undergraduate studies, focused on biology and art, and continued his education, receiving his D.D.S. degree in 1993. Upon graduating, he worked as a general dentist in the Metro area, with the belief that general practice provides the "variety of life." To provide all aspects and procedures gives him great enjoyment, but he has found his greatest joy in changing people's lives through cosmetic procedures.

Through it all, it is the focus on the individual and the daily communications with those people, is his care, which brings the utmost rewards. Away from the office, he enjoys time with his family, which includes his wife Andrea, daughters Julianna and Naomi, son Nathaniel, and his two golden retrievers, Spectre and Nina. Family times are what it is all about, regardless of the event. "The world of sports is always a topic that carries patients through their appointments." Interests also include cooking, arts, and history. He is also the type of person who "loves to travel, but never goes anywhere." Yet, family car trips hold many fond memories, with hopes there are more in the future.

Dr. Louis Lam

Gustavus Adolphus

Dr. Louis Lam finished his BS degree at Gustavus Adolphus College and continued his education at University of Minnesota. He finished his MS degree in Genetic and Cell Biology and his DDS degree in 1984. He was a faculty member at Department of Oral Biology, School of Dentistry, University of Minnesota. He also worked in private practice in the metro area since 1984 to 2006. He joined Turtle Cove Dental center in 2006 to provide all aspects of general dentistry.

Dr. Lam's hobbies and interests include traveling, lake and reef fishing, painting and woodworking. His community activities include: Outreach dental voluntary service for underserved children in Central America. He is also active in his local church and community service.


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