Dr. Jessie Brisbois, DDS
Dr. Jessie Brisbois was very involved in pediatrics and held the position of Vice President in the University of Michigan's pediatric club. After realizing her passion was not exclusive to pediatrics she graduated with her DDS degree and decided to pursue General Dentistry. Although some may now label her as part wolverine—she denies it and will always be above all, a Spartan who bleeds only green. After dental school Dr. Brisbois attended a residency program at University of Cincinnati Medical Center. Her time there allowed for an exponential amount of clinical experience, especially in restorative dentistry. She received advanced training in pediatric dentistry, oral surgery, endodontics, periodontics, and implant dentistry. She is a board member for the Michigan Academy of General Dentistry and currently holds the position of the Editor. Dr. Brisbois has immense care for her patients and a passion for the field. She prides herself in her meticulous work and her ability to make anxious patients feel as comfortable as possible. Her friendly personality, eye for esthetic dentistry, and genuine interest in her patients and their desires are what fuels her success as a provider.
Dr. Jessie Brisbois attended Lyman Briggs College at Michigan State University. She received a degree in Human Biology and a month later began her education at University of Michigan School of Dentistry.
Dr. Jessie Brisbois (maiden name, Gillis) was raised in Farmington Hills where she grew up with her five brothers. She graduated from Farmington High School. Jessie now lives in Farmington with her husband Kevin and chocolate lab Moose. She continues to stay active in organized dentistry.