Wayne, Kinnelon & Butler, New Jersey
About Jessica L. Logan, DMD, FICOI, FMIII
Cosmetic Dentist Dr. Jessica L. Logan graduated cum laude from the University of Connecticut in 1997 with a B.S. in Pathobiology. She then earned her Doctorate of Medical Dentistry from the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey in 2004. Since graduating from UMDNJ, Dr. Logan has worked side-by-side with her father to learn the very best in dental technique, skill, and artistry. She is certified and proficient in a number of the most advanced and cutting-edge technologies currently available. She has trained extensively to master the Cerec 3-D CAD-CAM system for in-office ceramic restorations, is an Invisalign Preferred Provider, and has trained extensively in Implant Dentistry. Dr. Logan is certified in Enteral Conscious Sedation in the state of New Jersey, an excellent option to offer our patients who may have dental anxiety or nervousness.
Dr. Logan is an alumna of the Las Vegas Institute of Advanced Dental Studies, where she completed a number of courses that focused on advanced functional aesthetics, advanced functional dentistry and physiologic based occlusion, computer-aided occlusal evaluation, K7 computer diagnostics, and neuromuscular implants. She studied endodontics with Dr. Steven Buchanon in Boston, and Cerec advanced posterior restorations with Dr. Rich Masek in San Diego and Dr. Mark Morin in Connecticut. She is a graduate and Fellow of the world renowned Misch International Implant Institute Surgical Program (FMIII) and Advanced Bone Grafting.
In keeping with her commitment to excellence and dedication to optimal care, Dr. Logan is a member of the American Dental Association, the New Jersey Dental Association, the International Congress of Oral Implantologists, the International Association of Comprehensive Aesthetics and the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry. Dr. Logan received her Fellowship status in both the International Congress of Oral Implantologists (FICOI) and The Misch International Implant Institute (FMIII) in February of 2011.