Nabeel A. Cajee, DDS, FICOI, FAAIP
Dr. Nabeel Cajee, one of three dentist brothers, is a dentist with special skills in dental implants, prosthetics, and periodontics. Dr. Cajee is a recognized Fellow of the International Congress of Oral Implantology and the American Academy of Implant Prosthodontics. He is the Dental Ambassador of 3DHeals, a Healthcare 3D Printing Innovation Platform.
His is proud to care for patients in his birthplace the California Central Valley. Dr. Cajee is also member of the faculty of the the University of the Pacific School of Dentistry in San Francisco. In addition, Dr. Cajee is a California Dental Board approved Continuing Education provider and teaches surgical techniques to dentists.
Dr. Cajee graduated with a self-deigned major, Science and Conscience, at University of the Pacific in Stockton. He then completed his Doctorate in Dental Surgery at University of the Pacific in San Francisco while researching in the Pacific Angiogenesis Lab. He then completed an Advanced Education in General Dentistry Residency at Highland Hospital in Oakland where he trained in oral surgery and implant prosthodontics. Dr. Cajee now travels nationally and internationally to continue learning from world reknown dental practitioners.
For Dr. Cajee, volunteering time and giving back is important. He served on the steering committee for Yes on M, a successful Stockton November 2016 ballot which is generating$150-180 million for libraries and recreation in the years to come. He currently serves of the Board of Directors on the Pacific Alumni Association and on the Advisory Board of Pacific Dugoni Continuing Education.
When Dr. Cajee is not working, teaching, or volunteering he likes to spend time with family, explore the outdoors, fix anything broken around the house, or find a good read.
For Dr. Cajee, everyone is family, and you'll know that from the moment you meet him.
Barriers to 3D printing Falling By Tony Edwards, DrBicuspid.com editor in chief
3DHEALS Influencer Interview: Dr. Nabeel Cajee, Clinical Dentist, Adjunct Professor & Dental Ambassador at 3DHEALS
Nabeel Cajee, Dental Ambassador, 3DHeals - A Healthcare 3D Printing Innovation Platform
"3DHEALS2017: Panel 4, 3D Printing in Dentistry", 3DHeals Global Conference 2017, UCSF Mission Bay
"What you need to know about 3D printing in dentistry", by. Lori Roniger, DrBicuspid.com
Acknowledgement for contribution. “Your Blood is Sweet”: The Illness Experience of Southeast Asian Refugees with Type 2 Diabetes. (2016, Dr. Ethel G. Nicdai et al.) ’Special Social Groups, Social Factors and Disparities in Health and Health Care’
"3DHEALS Influencer Interview Series: Dr. Nabeel Cajee"
“Nabeel Cajee: Committed to Help”, Pacific Review, Summer 2016, The magazine for alumni and friends of University of the Pacific
“Pioneers in Teledentistry,” President's Report 2015, University of the Pacific
“Pacific paves way for hygienists to fill holes in California’s Denti-Cal program”, University of the Pacific, July 25, 2015
“Alumni Association Launches Mentorship Program”, University of the Pacific, Arthur A. Dugoni School of Dentistry, May 29, 2015
TEDxSanJoaquin: Revolutionary Ideas, TEDxActive Host Nabeel Cajee
Past Outstanding Students, Student and Professor Present at Conference, University of the Pacific
“Go there! - University of the Pacific”, brochure, 2010/2011
“BEYOND”, One Word Project, University of the Pacific, 2011
“Nabeel Cajee, Stockton2020, Inc.”, Grapevine: Newsletter of Stockton East Rotary Club, March 26, 2010
“Student Profiles: Nabeel Cajee”, University of the Pacific, 2010
“Nabeel Cajee '11”, Ad for Pacific Fund, Campus Happenings, page 7, Winter 2010
"Meet out Grant Recipients", Story of Nabeel Cajee and how he used his Pacific Fund Grant, University of the Pacific
“Stockton2020 Grows, Looks Forward”, The Pacifican, page 2, FEBRUARY 19, 2009
“Open letter to library supporters”, Connections Newspaper, page 2, March, 2009
“Laboring for libraries: A group of young people is helping promote Stockton libraries in hopes of improving the quality of life in the city”, The Record, December 11, 2008