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Meet Dr. Julie Boudreault

Dr. Boudreault has accumulated over 15 years of experience working with patients of all ages to promote healthy dental habits and happy smiles. Since obtaining her dentistry degree from McGill University in 2005, she has become a proud member of the Royal College of Dental Surgeons and the Ontario Dental Association. Dr. Boudreault is recognized in laser frenectomy for all ages with a special interest in the newborn clientele to facilitate nursing, Invisalign correction for dental crowding, implant dentistry and cosmetic dentistry among other services. She is continually proactive in maintaining a state-of-the-art facility and keeping up to date with the latest research and technology in dental care to ensure every patient gets the best that modern dentistry has to offer.

Is Activated Charcoal Safe for Teeth...

Posted by On 13-02-2020

White teeth make smiling a pleasure and offer the confidence to be more social. If you feel your teeth are looking a little too yellow, there are many whitening options you can consider.Read More

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Wisdom Teeth Removal: 11 Tips for a Speedy...

Posted by On 6-02-2020

Your wisdom teeth are located at the very back of your mouth and are the final teeth to erupt. Although wisdom teeth most commonly appear between the ages of 17 and 21, they might never emerge at all.Read More

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5 Easy Tips to Prevent Cavity Formation

Posted by On 17-01-2020

Cavities are certainly no picnic and can be a painful experience for those who fall victim to them. Cavities and tooth decay are among the most common health problems in the world, and especially common in children and teenagers who often take their oral health for granted.Read More

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Tooth Extraction: Aftercare Tips for Kids

Posted by On 8-01-2020

It can be hard enough for parents to manage children’s oral hygiene routine, and even harder when your child is suffering any oral pain following extraction of one of their teeth.Read More

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How to Untie a Tongue-Tie: Your Guide to...

Posted by On 23-12-2019

If you take a moment to focus and move your tongue around the inside of your mouth, you’ll notice that you can reach almost every part of your mouth. This is a sign of a normal, healthy tongue with a full range of motion.Read More

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