IDEM Singapore 2022

Dental Events In commencing  Sunday, 14 August, 2022

Dr Graham I Carmichael


Dr Graham I Carmichael

BSc, BDSc (Hons) (WA), DClinDent (Pros) (Syd), FRACDS, MRACDS (Pros)


Dr Graham Carmichael graduated from the University of Western Australia School of Dentistry with honours, and a Doctorate of Clinical Dentistry in Prosthodontics at the University of Sydney.

He is a board certified Specialist Prosthodontist and a member of the Academy of Australian and New Zealand Prosthodontists.

At UWA, he was awarded the Wynn Needham Memorial Prize (The student who is the most outstanding in the final year of the course). He was also awarded the Australian and NZ Society of Paediatric Dentistry Prize in Paediatric Dentistry and the internationally recognized Pierre Fauchard Academy Undergraduate Student Scholarship Award.

He is a Fellow of Royal Australasian College of Dental Surgeons and also has Membership of the Royal Australasian College of Dental Surgeons in Prosthodontics. He has also completed a Bachelor in Science at the University of Western Australia with a double major in Anatomy and Human Biology and Biochemistry.
Graham is a visiting lecturer at The University of Western Australia, Prosthodontic consultant at the University of Western Australia TMD and Orofacial Pain clinic, and Consultant Prosthodontist at Princess Margaret Hospital for Children.

He has served on numerous committees including the Australian Dental Association WA Branch Council (2007 and 2008), the Australian Prosthodontic Society West Australian state committee (2007-current), Australian Prosthodontic Society Federal Treasurer (2009-2011), UWA Dental Alumni committee member (2003-2010), and the Australia Dental Association/University Continuing Dental Education Committee (2006-current).

Graham has delivered numerous lecture programs nationally and internationally to dentists on a variety of topics including surgical and restorative aspects of implant dentistry, aesthetic rehabilitations, porcelain veneers, dental trauma and sports dentistry, the management of the deteriorated dentition, and dental photography. He also runs a mentor program for dentists on surgical and restorative aspects of implant dentistry.

His research interests include the immediate replacement of teeth in the mandible (lower jaw), influence of bridge design on the outcome of treatment, and assessment of patient response to implant treatment.
Graham specialises in both the surgical and prosthetic aspects of implant therapy, reconstruction of worn and deteriorated teeth, and cosmetic rehabilitations.

Professional Biography