Lee Krahenbuhl valued continuing education when he was a practicing dentist. With membership in the Academy of General Dentistry, he was dedicated to lifelong learning and the overall health for the public. He no longer practices now, and is a retired entrepreneur. The Academy of General Dentistry membership was instrumental in teaching dentists, students and dental team members about dentistry. With valuable education, these individuals in the dental profession could provide their patients with the very best dental care possible with the most recent technology and methods. With the requirements needed, Lee Krahenbuhl first became a Fellow in the Academy of General Dentistry in 1992. He understood that this organization was exclusively dedicated to serving the needs of a general dentist. The AGD also offered benefits that catered to the changing needs of each member at every stage of a career in dentistry. In 1997, Lee Krahenbuhl attained the Master level in the Academy of General Dentistry. He realized when he was a practicing dentist, the AGD represented the interests and needs of the general dentist, thus serving as the eyes, ears, and voice of the general dentist. There were always current issues facing general dentistry. This organization offered public and professional relations and was dedicated to offering advocacy efforts. In 2012 there were more than 3,000 members who sent almost 6,000 emails and letters to elected officials in issues of general dentistry. Lee Krahenbuhl appreciated the professional education and honors received.