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Meet Dr. Julie Boudreault

Originally from the province of Quebec, Dr Julie Boudreault first graduated with a Masters degree in Speech and Language pathology from the University of Montreal in 1999. She later decided to pursue her true passion and obtained her dental degree from McGill University in 2005. She then perfected her training by completing a 6 month hospital residency where she learned some of the most advanced emergency techniques as well as a great variety of dental treatments. She moved to Ontario in 2006 and over the past 3 years, has been working as an associate family dentist in 3 different private practices. She has met great mentors along the way and is excited to bring their teachings as well as her own experience to the office to offer you and your family the very best in high standard oral care. She is known as Dr. Julie by all of her loyal patients, who would tell you that she is a dedicated, friendly and caring professional. As a mother of a beautiful daughter, Dr. Julie enjoys family dentistry and adores working with both adults and children of all ages. She perfects her education in dentistry by continually attending various courses, seminars and conventions. She is also an active and proud member of the Royal College of Dental Surgeons of Ontario ( R.C.D.S.O.) and also participates in the Ontario Dental Association (O.D.A.). Her main objective is to make your experience in the dental office as pleasant and comfortable as possible and she promises to always make your needs and expectations a priority.

8 Ways to Help Prevent Oral Cancer

Posted by On 9-04-2020

Cancer. A word which is feared universally, yet sadly continues to affect millions worldwide. Cancer refers to the uncontrolled growth of abnormal or mutated cells within the body. Normally, the growth and multiplication of cells is a tightly controlled process.Read More

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Need a Filling? Everything You Need to Know

Posted by On 2-04-2020

When a tooth is damaged, it can lose a part of itself. If the tooth were to remain in this incomplete form, it would not only create an unpleasant appearance for your smile but could potentially create a number of other oral concerns.Read More

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Methods for Removing a Gummy Smile

Posted by On 23-03-2020

When you hear someone say the phrase “gummy smile,” different images may come to mind. A gummy smile mainly refers to excessive gingival display in which your smile displays an excessive amount of gum tissue.Read More

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10 Ways to Achieve Your Dream Smile

Posted by On 9-03-2020

Your smile can say a lot about you. Whether you have a great big smile that shows off your pearly whites or a more reserved toothless smile, it can say a lot about your personality and contribute to the impression you leave when you first meet someone.Read More

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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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