Dr. William S. Demray is licensed in the states of Michigan, Illinois and Washington. He is Canadian Board Certified and has been awarded Fellowship in the Academy of Dentistry International, the Pierre Fauchard Academy and the International College of Dentists.
Citizen of the Year Award.
Dr. William Demray received the Detroit District Dental Society’s 2019 Dentist Citizen of the Year award. The award is given to a member who has displayed outstanding community service and commitment to the health and welfare of their patients and their community.
The announcement was made during the DDDS All Branch Meeting and dinner March 27, 2019, which was held at the University of Michigan, Fairlane Center. Dr. Rachel Stockhausen DDS, MDS presented the award.
Dr. Demray received the Detroit District Dental Society’s 2019 Dentist Citizen of the Year award from Dr. Stockhausen.
Many of the Preservation Dental staff were in attendance to honor Dr. Demray.
The Academy of Dentistry International
“The Academy of Dentistry International is the international honor society for dentists dedicated to sharing knowledge in order to serve the dental-health needs and to improve the quality of life of people throughout the world. Through the development of fellowship and understanding, the Academy endeavors to create opportunities for service in order to assist in the establishment of a world at peace.”
ADI Fellowship is a distinctive honor bestowed upon dentists who have contributed to society in one or more ways, such as service to the profession, public, country, community and mankind. The Academy, as a nonprofit organization, is dependent upon voluntary contributions, fellowship fees and annual membership dues to support its worldwide programs.
Pierre Fauchard Academy Fellowship
“It was between 1650 and 1800 that the science of modern dentistry developed. And in 1728 Pierre Fauchard, who was widely acknowledged as the “Father of Modern Dentistry” published “LeChirurgien Dentiste” which contained detailed information about all aspects of contemporary dentistry. It was his lead that encouraged others. For example, before the end of the century in England the distinguished surgeon, John Hunter, published his book “The Natural History of the Human Teeth” and the first course of dental lectures was established at Guy’s Hospital in London.”
Fellows shall be ethical dentists that have made outstanding contributions to the art and science of dentistry or to society. They must be in good standing of the American Dental Association or the equivalent association in other countries. Fellowship is by invitation only.
International College of Dentists Fellowship
Dr. William S. Demray of Northville’s Preservation Dental® was inducted as a Fellow of the International College of Dentists at its 84th Annual Convocation in New Orleans on November 1, 2013. The honorary organization recognizes outstanding and meritorious service to the dental profession and worldwide community.
The College presented Dr. Demray with a membership plaque, a gold lapel pin and a gold key symbolic of this Fellowship for his distinct service rendered in the art and science of Dentistry. In an impressive cap and gown ceremony, 300 dentists for the United States were inducted into the College at this ceremony witnessed by hundreds of members and guests. The College, with representative chapters in more than 80 countries, has over 11,000 members, including about 6,500 in the United States.
Dr. William Demray is a member of the American Dental Association, the Michigan Dental Association and the Detroit District Dental Association, the Chicago Dental Society, the American Academy of Periodontology, the International Academy of Periodontology, the World Dental Federation (formerly known as Fédération Dentaire Internationale), the Washington State Dental Association, the University of Detroit Mercy Alumni Association and the Illinois State Dental Society.