Meet the Doctor
Dr. Karen Fields-Lever hails from Detroit, Michigan, graduating from the distinguished Catholic college preparatory school for young women – Mercy High School.
with her husband, DeJuan, and two daughters – five-year old, London, and new bundle of joy, Lane. In her spare time, she enjoys spending time with her family at Chicago’s various attractions as well as retail therapy – shopping!
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Dr. Fields-Lever completed her undergraduate education at Spelman College, with honors, receiving a Bachelors of Science in Biology Pre-Medicine. Soon after receiving her bachelors, Dr. Fields-Lever attended Dental School at Howard University College of Dentistry; it is there that she earned her Doctorate of Dental Surgery. She completed residency at Yale University in New Haven, Connecticut.
Dr. Fields-Lever has practiced for the past nine years and recently celebrated her three-year anniversary for her own practice – 28 to BRUSH – located in Forest Park, Illinois. The Practice experienced tremendous growth accumulating over 3,000 patients to date. In 2016, she launched a mobile dentistry segment to the business providing oral health services on-site at community centers and schools. This segment of her business now provides in-school services to over 16,000 students. Dr. Fields-Lever is currently involved in the American Dental Association (ADA), Illinois Dental Society, Chicago Dental Society (CDS), the Academy of General Dentistry (AGD) and International Association of Orthodontics.
Dr. Fields-Lever resides in the City of Chicago with her husband, DeJuan, and two daughters – five-year old, London, and new bundle of joy, Lane. In her spare time, she enjoys spending time with her family at Chicago’s various attractions as well as retail therapy – shopping!
Way back when
Community service is very important to Dr. Fields-Lever, hence she manages to volunteer at several day care centers; such as My Little Angels and Montessori Spanish Immersion – stressing the importance of oral health and proper oral care in early childhood.Show Me More
What I love
She has also paired with the Minority Student Organization of Triton College to educate students of oral health while encouraging students to pursue the health field as a career option. Dr. Fields-Lever a contributor and supports organizations such as the KLEO Center, Urban Initiatives, Breakthrough Ministries and Spelman Alumnae Association. She is also a member of Jack & Jill – Western Cook County Chapter.