Dr. Jesek graduated from Millikin University with a B.A. in biology and chemistry. After, he completed graduate work studies in anatomy at the University of Nebraska before attending Loyola University Dental School where he received his dental degree in 1979. He has maintained a private general practice in Decatur, Illinois since 1979. Unique to the area, his practice houses a crown and bridge laboratory with three technicians focusing on CAD/CAM milling technology to produce metal–free inlays, crowns and bridges. Dr. Jesek continued his training at The Pankey Institute beginning in 1986 and is a current member of the L.D. Pankey Dental Foundation. He is also an active member of the Dawson Academy Alumni Assocation.
Dr. Jesek is also the founder of Jesek Seminars. He has presented at national meetings for the Academy of General Dentistry, the American Equilibration Society, The American Academy of Pain Management and the American Dental Association. He has also published articles that have been appeared in Dentistry Today, Dental Economics and the Pankeygram.
If you've ever felt the frustration of unpredictable results in splint therapy, you're not alone. Join us for this eye-opening course as Dr. Jesek zeroes in on the dentist's role in diagnosis and treatment of TMJ conditions as they relate to occlusion.