About Us

mini dental implants Trenton, MIDr. Noel W. Jackson has lived in the Downriver area all of his life. He attended Roosevelt High School, Michigan State University, and graduated with honors from the University of Detroit Dental School with the prestigious Omicron Kappa Upsilon designation. He has been awarded both the Fellowship and Mastership awards of the Academy of General Dentistry and is working on achieving the Lifelong Learning Recognition Award.

 

Professionally, Dr. Jackson strives to deliver gentle, quality, personalized dentistry for his patients. Education and professional participation have provided the framework for maintaining quality state of the art dental services. Dental organizations Dr. Jackson is involved with include:

 

  • American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry
  • American Dental Association
  • Academy of General Dentistry
  • Academy of Implant Dentistry
  • Detroit District Dental Society
  • Michigan Dental Association
  • International Association of Orthodontics
  • Academy of Laser Dentistry
  • Las Vegas Institute for Dental Studies
  • Omicron Kappa Upsilon Honorary Dental Fraternity
  • International Association of Dental Implants
  • International Association of Mini Dental Implants
  • International Congress of Oral Implantology
  • Continuing education is a vital aspect of maintaining modern and technologically advanced skills. Dr. Jackson dedicates a portion of each month to furthering his education.

 

Community service is a constant and rewarding aspect of Dr. Jackson’s life.
He has involved with AYSO soccer and various service clubs, including the Trenton Rotary Club. He served as D6400 International Rotary District Governor receiving the Polio Eradication award, Paul Harris and Arch Klump awards.

 

Dr. Jackson is current President and founder of Downriver Youth Performing Arts Center and spearheaded renovation of The Trenton Village Theatre. He served as a member of the DDA for the City of Trenton, and has been awarded the DCA Salute award, “Man worth Watching” award DTE Luminary award, Wall of Fame Distinguished graduate of Wyandotte Roosevelt High School, volunteer awards form The Information Center, The Penrickton Center for Blind Children, The Downriver Council for the Arts, The City of Trenton, and more. He has participated in many international service trips, donating dentistry and dental education around the world. He was most recently nominated for the Michigan Service Commission Hero Award.

 

Dr. Jackson’s personal time is spent with his wife, Debbie, and their three adult children and twin grandsons. He enjoys traveling, bicycling, camping, and an adventure of any sort! He loves his family, history music, gadgets, tools, and projects.

 

Here is a link to Dr. Jackson’s Volunteer Project http://dypac.com/

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