Furat M. George, B.D.S, M.S.
Dr. George received his dental degree from the University of Baghdad in 1998 and his prosthodontic specialty degree from the University of Michigan in 2007. He is an adjunct clinical professor in the department of Biological and Materials Sciences and Prosthodontics at the University of Michigan School of Dentistry, where he has received multiple awards including the Paul Gibbons faculty of the year award. He has been the director of dental implants education at the U of M School of Dentistry for many years. Dr. George is a member of the American College or Prosthodontists, Academy of Osseointegration, International and American Associations for Dental Research and a fellow of the International Congress for Oral Implantologists. His research interests are in the field of dental implants, dental ceramics and the utilization of CAD/CAM technology in dentistry and has multiple published articles and abstracts in scientific journals and meetings. He also serves as a reviewer on multiple scientific journals. Dr. George also practices with his wife in Farmington Hills. Outside of dentistry, he plays the piano, enjoys golfing, as well as spending time with his wife and daughter.