Dr. Jeffrey Cohen
Dr. Jeffrey Cohen was born in Windsor, Ontario. He received his undergraduate education and Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Western Ontario in London, Canada in 1988. He subsequently graduated from Northwestern University Dental School in Chicago, Illinois in 1992. This was followed by an internship in anesthesiology at the Illinois Masonic Medical Center. Dr. Cohen then returned to Northwestern University Memorial Hospital completing a 4-year residency in Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery in 1997.
Dr. Cohen enjoys practicing the full scope of specialties. This includes dental implants, pathology, orthognathic, facial trauma and adjunctive cosmetic procedures for facial rejuvenation. He is an attending staff surgeon involved in educating the St. John-Macomb Hospital Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery residents and the Botsford Hospital Emergency Room residents. Dr. Cohen became certified by the American Board of Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery in 2003 and is an Associate of the American Academy of Cosmetic Surgery.
Dr. Cohen resides in West Bloomfield, Michigan with his wife and two daughters, who are avid dancers involved in competition. He enjoys playing tennis, skiing, scuba diving, deep sea and fly fishing as well as traveling.
Dr. Kathy Elias
Dr. Elias received her Bachelor of Science degree at Ohio State University, then attended dental school at University of Connecticut. She decided to return to Ohio State University to receive her orthodontic specialty certification. Dr. Elias loves the attention to detail, biology, and science to one’s smile. She also enjoys building relationships and seeing a patient’s confidence improve. She is a part of the American Dental Association and the American Association of Orthodontics. She is Invisalign certified and has an orthodontic and dental-facial certificate.
In her spare time, Dr. Elias enjoys running and traveling.
Dr. Khaled Sinjab
After receiving his Doctor of Dental Surgery degree in 2010, Dr. Khaled Sinjab completed a 1-year fellowship in periodontics at the University of Michigan and his love for the specialty pushed him to complete the 3-year residency program where he received his master’s degree in Periodontics. He is the proud recipient of the Delta Dental Award, Rackham Block Grant Award, and the Implant Dentistry Research and Education Foundation Grant Award. He has published several articles focusing on dental implant diseases and their management, and his thesis project involved analyzing the bacteria found around dental implants.
When Dr. Khal is not busy with dentistry or teaching at the University, he spends his time giving webinars to dentists around the world and going on hiking trips with his wife and family. He is proudly affiliated with the Michigan Periodontal Association, American Academy of Periodontology, American Dental Association, Michigan Dental Association, and the Midwest Society of Periodontology.