Meet the Team

Meet Dr. Gail


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Dr. Gail Czarnecki earned her Doctor of Dental Surgery (DDS) at the University of Detroit Mercy.

Following graduation, she completed a residency program in pediatric dentistry at Children’s Hospital of Michigan. She is a Diplomate of the American Board of Pediatric Dentistry.

Dr. Czarnecki has worked in both private practice and academia. She’s taught at the University of Detroit Mercy and the University of Michigan where she served as Clinical Assistant Professor.

On a personal note, Dr. Gail enjoys spending time with family and friends, as well as reading, traveling, and biking. She resides in Novi, MI with her husband, David.

 

Professional Interests

Professional interests include early oral health education, caries prevention, and community outreach programs, infant oral health and release of tethered oral tissues (lip tie and tongue tie). She is a member in good standing of the American Board of Pediatric Dentistry, American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry, American Dental Association, Academy of Laser Dentistry, American Dental Education Association, Michigan Dental Association, Michigan Academy of Pediatric Dentistry.


Academic and Scientific Research Articles

Nursing and dental students’ and pediatric dentistry residents’ responses to experiences with interprofessional education.
Journal of Dental Education, September 2014
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/25179927

Pre-eruptive intracoronal resorption of a permanent first molar.
Journal of Dentistry for Children, September 2014
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/25514260

Flow Cytometry Monitors Xylitol Metabolism of Streptococcus Mitis
Journal of Molecular and Genetic Medicine, 2013
https://www.omicsonline.com/open-access/flow-cytometry-monitors-xylitol-metabolism-of-streptococcus-mitis-1747-0862.1000095.pdf

Gram-Positive S. mitis Become Sensitive to Colistin and Nalidixic Acid when Grown in Xylitol
Journal of Molecular and Genetic Medicine, 2013
https://www.omicsonline.com/open-access/grampositive-s-mitis-become-sensitive-to-colistin-and-nalidixic-acid-1747-0862.1000092.pdf