Originally from Egypt, Dr. Ibraheem was born to a small family of physicians. And because the apple doesn’t fall far from the tree, Dr. Ibraheem decided to join the medical field too. He earned his dental degree from Cairo, Egypt and practiced as a general dentist for two years, during which he attended advanced training in several specialties in dentistry.
He then went on to earn his specialization in Periodontics as well as a Masters in Dental Science with a minor in Oral Pathology from Indiana University School of Dentistry. His research focused on the effects of amniotic fluid on cell replication and regeneration by studying the release of growth factors.
Dr. Ibraheem specializes in the treatment of periodontal disease, soft and hard tissue augmentation, and dental implants. Dr. Ibraheem is also well trained in gum grafting, Laser surgery and IV sedation.
Dr. Ibraheem has multiple publications in several dental journals discussing dental implants, growth factors and bone regeneration.
To keep up to date with the latest technology and treatments, Dr. Ibraheem maintains his credentials, licenses, and continuing education courses. He is Board Certified in Periodontology and Dental Implant Surgery and is certified by the Arizona Board of Dental Examiners for IV Sedation. Additionally, he also participates in a number of study clubs to discuss comprehensive treatment plans with other dentists and specialists.
In his free time, he enjoys traveling, working out, and socializing with friends and family. Dr. Ibraheem is also fluent in Arabic.
A Diplomate of the American Board of Periodontology is a periodontist who has made significant achievements beyond the mandatory educational requirements of the specialty.
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Ibraheem AG, Batra C, John V, Shin D. Role of medication in osseointegration of dental implants. Decisions in Dentistry. May 2019;5(5):14, 17–18,20–21.
Ibraheem AG, Blanchard SB, Al-Hijji SM, Al-Nasr-Allah K, Windsor LJ. The effects of human amniotic fluid on periodontal ligament fibroblast cell viability, proliferation, and cytokine/growth factor expression. Int J Growth Factors Stem Cells Dent 2019;2:23-9. doi:10.4103/GFSC.GFSC_10_19
Ibraheem AG, Blanchard, SB. Alveolar ridge augmentation around exposed mandibular dental implant with histomorphometric analysis. Clin. Adv. Periodontics. doi:10.1002/cap.10090