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Jeffrey C. Grabiel, DDS

 

Contact Information
Jeffrey C. Grabiel, DDS or Ms. Lynne Minish
Birmingham, Michigan
Telephone: 248-644-3131
Email: grabieldds@gmail.com

Short Biography

Dr. Jeffrey Grabiel is a 1979 graduate of the University of Michigan. Following dental school, he was a Clinical Instructor for two years at the University. He joined a private general practice in 1980 with Dr John Bartlett (U of M ’53). Dr Grabiel is currently in a group private practice with two other general dentists in Birmingham,, Michigan. His youngest son is a senior at the University of Michigan Dental School and will be joining the practice in 2013.

Dr. Grabiel started lecturing on various restorative and esthetic topics in 1987; most recently at the Detroit District Dental Review. He is a Clinical instructor at the Kois Center in Seattle, Washington, a member of the American Academy of Restorative Dentistry, a Fellow in the American College of Dentistry as well as past president of the Oakland County Dental Society in Michigan. Dr.Grabiel has a passion for dentistry and enjoys sharing his experiences from 33 years in the profession.

Presentations

1.

Course Title: Peri-Implant Esthetics – a Risk Based Approach

Overview: A review of Risk Based Treatment planning and how it can be used when evaluating potential esthetics of a dental implant site. The five diagnostic tools as proposed by Dr. Kois are explored with specific examples of high and low risk patients. Treated patient examples are used to predict the consequences of tooth extraction and implant placement and the strategies used to prevent adverse esthetic outcomes. The lecture finishes with helpful tips for the restorative dentist restoring dental implants.

Course Objectives:

  1. Review Risk Based Treatment Planning and the five diagnostic parameters for implant esthetics
  2. Promote awareness of the esthetic consequences of tooth extraction and subsequent implant placement
  3. Present a systematic approach to evaluating implant sites for peri-implant esthetics
  4. Present tips for restoring dental implants

Intended Audience or Format:

  1. Both general and specialist who are interested in implant restoration. The lecture is also excellent for dental societies as it presents an overview of Dr. Kois’ Risked Based Treatment Planning system.
  2. The lecture can be amended to last 1 hour or 4 hours depending on how specific the goals are for the audience.

2.

Course Title: Perio Restorative: Esthetic Connection

Overview: A review of Risk Based Treatment planning and how it can be used when evaluating potential esthetics for restorative dentistry. The diagnostic tools used by Dr. Kois in his Risk Based System are explored with specific examples of high, medium and low risk patients. Treated patient examples are used to predict the consequences of restorative treatment and the strategies used to prevent adverse esthetic outcomes. A variety of case examples from simple to complex will be utilized to demonstrate the techniques for achieving excellent results.

Course Objectives:

  1. Review Risk Based Treatment Planning
  2. Promote awareness of the potential complications when treating teeth in the esthetic zone
  3. Present a systematic approach to evaluating patients for restorative treatment
  4. Present tips for restoring dentist

Intended Audience or Format:

  1. Both general and specialist who are interested in esthetic dental restoration. The lecture is also excellent for dental societies as it presents an overview of Dr. Kois’ Risked Based Treatment Planning system.
  2. The lecture can be amended to last 1 hour or 4 hours depending on how specific the goals are for the audience.

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