About Waterloo Smiles Dentistry
Did you know recent studies have linked gum disease to heart attack, strokes, diabetes, respiratory disorders and even premature birth? That’s why regular visits to your dentist for checking on existence of cavities, maintaining dental work done, or for ensuring dental warranty for treatments done are valid, or even to maintain healthy gums, teeth and breath, there are many reasons for visiting your periodontal therapists at Waterloo Smiles regularly.
If you always thought you are free from gum diseases because there are no visible signs, THINK AGAIN! Gum diseases are called silent killers, since they trigger no pain or symptoms and often identified only by your hygienists/periodontal therapists or dentists, even when it has reached most destructive phases.
We practice all areas of dentistry with the highest degree of care and quality. Dr. Husain strongly believes in education for herself and her staff and sharing this knowledge with our patients.
Stacy joined the Waterloo Smiles team in December of 2007, but has been working with Dr. Husain since 2003 as her chairside assistant. Stacy is a hard working and enthusiastic team member who truly enjoys making her day and yours as stress free as possible.
Waterloo Smiles is pleased to have Nicky join our team as scheduling coordinator. Nicky graduated with a Dental Assisting Level II diploma from Durham College in 2006 and has been in the dental field for over 10 years.
Meet Esha, Waterloo Smiles’ newest addition to our dynamic hygiene team. Esha graduated from Canadore College in North Bay. She got into the field of dentistry because it gives her opportunities to meet a variety of different people and educate them about all possible ways to achieve excellent oral hygiene.
Tara graduated from Algonquin College in 2014 with an Advanced Diploma in Dental Hygiene, and has a Certificate in Health Sciences from Conestoga College.
Camille has been an active registered dental hygienist with CDHO since 2014. She strongly believes in promoting oral health and disease prevention by educating her patients.
Tori graduated dental hygiene in December 2017 from Georgian college. She started at Laurentian university where she got her psychology degree, but decided to take the dentistry route. Tori spent time with us a few years ago as a volunteer learning more about the field of dentistry.
Mara graduated from the dental assisting program at Fanshawe College in 1995, and has been in the dental industry for over 25 years. Mara started her career of assisting but discovered quickly that she preferred the administration side of dentistry.