Meet Our Doctors
Darcie L. Lee, DMD, FAGD
Dr. Lee has been serving patients in the dental field over two decades, first being employed by an oral surgeon in 1994. She earned her Bachelor of Science Degree with a major in Dental Hygiene in 1999 from Valdosta State University. She practiced as a dental hygienist for four years prior to completing her Doctor of Dental Medicine degree from the Medical College of Georgia in 2007. In 2017 Dr. Lee completed an advanced 10 month post-graduate training in Implant Dentistry. She believes learning is a continuous process, and involves herself heavily in advanced continuing education.
Dr. Lee is a member of the American Dental Association, Academy of General Dentistry, American Academy of Implant Dentistry, Georgia and South Carolina Dental Associations, Aiken County and Central District Dental Societies and serves on the advisory board for Admissions at Augusta University School of Dentistry. She continues to expand her knowledge, expertise and dedication to the profession and her patients, through continuing education. She is involved in the Master Track program through the AGD, encompassing studies of all disciplines of dentistry, and delivers case presentations to an elite group of colleagues through that program.
Dr. Lee, and her husband Jason, who is also a dentist, have been blessed with three children. She enjoys snow skiing, golfing, exercising and spending time with her family. Dr. Lee takes pride in supporting local and national philanthropies, and they are members of First Baptist Church of North Augusta.
Charles E. Wyont, DMD
Dr. Wyont is a graduate of the University of South Carolina and the Medical University of South Carolina in Charleston. He has been in the practice of general and cosmetic dentistry in Aiken since 1976. He is currently a member of the American Dental Association, South Carolina Dental Association, and component societies that include the Central District and Aiken County Dental Society.
Dr. Wyont is the past president of the Aiken County Dental Society and the Central District Society. He has served on numerous SCDA committees and spear headed the Give Kids a Smile Program in Aiken for the past fifteen years. Dr. Wyont believes in staying abreast of new techniques through routine continuing education and the acquisition of new technologies that enhances patient care.
Dr. Wyont has been married to his lovely wife Karen for forty-seven years. She attends mission trips to Honduras where she performs duties as his dental assistant. They have three daughters and six very energetic grandsons. He enjoys hunting, fishing, singing in the church choir, and doing Bible studies. He also loves Gamecock sports, especially baseball and football.