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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.

Preparing for Frenectomy Treatment

Posted by On 5-08-2019

A frenectomy is a procedure that addresses what is commonly called tongue-tie. Formally known as “Ankyloglossia”, tongue-tie occurs when there is a fusion or adherence of the tongue to the floor of the mouth. It affects roughly 5% of the population.Read More

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Five Tips to Make Invisalign Easier

Posted by On 12-07-2019

Invisalign® is the groundbreaking dental treatment that allows you to address a number of smile-challenging dental issues without the need for metal braces.Read More

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Pros and Cons of Mouthwash

Posted by On 5-07-2019

It seems like common sense to use mouthwash as part of your daily dental hygiene regime. It rinses your mouth and provides fresher breath. However, although mouthwash offers many benefits, it also has its fair share of issues.Read More

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What Happens During a Dental Cleaning?

Posted by On 21-06-2019

One thing people with strong healthy teeth and gums share in common is a strong oral hygiene regime supported by regular dental checkups at least once a year.Read More

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How to Stop Dry Mouth While Sleeping

Posted by On 12-06-2019

Do you find it difficult to talk because your mouth is so dry? Do you wake in the middle of the night with a dry, sore throat? Do you need water as soon as you wake up in the morning?Read More

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