Montgomery Montgomery’s dental practice will move into a larger space at 905 King St. W. with a new community hub.
The new clinic is set to open in March 2019.
“We’ve been looking for a new location that has a little more privacy and a little less traffic.
This is a good fit,” said Dr. Alana Gailen, president and CEO of the dental practice.
“The new location is going to have a little bit of space in between the office and the dental clinic.
It’s going to be a little different and it will be a lot more comfortable.”
Gailen said the clinic will be run by a dental nurse who is a member of the Canadian Dental Association.
“They will have a nurse practitioner on staff and they will have other staff members who are dental nurses, dental assistants, dental hygienists,” Gailan said.
“It’s going be a dental clinic with a nurse and other dental assistants.”
The dental clinic will also be staffed by a dentistry therapist who is also a member and is responsible for the care of the community.
“We are going to provide dental care that is holistic, and will be focused on patients and their health,” Giffen said.
“There’s going not going to always be a need for a dentist or an orthodontist, but we will do everything possible to ensure that our patients have the best possible dental care.”
The new dentistry is part of the growing number of dentistry clinics across the country, with some dentists also moving to rural communities and opening new clinics in the process.
“I am very proud of this project.
It was a really good fit for us.
We have been looking to create a new practice that was going to fit the needs of the people in the community, and that’s what we’ve done,” Gaiden said in an interview.
“This is the kind of place where you can come and get your dental care from the dentist and the dentist will give you your appointment.”
The dentist clinic will have one to four dental offices.
Gailena said she hopes that the new clinic will provide dentistry services that are convenient for residents.
“Dental office is something that we don’t see a lot of.
We want to provide services that people are comfortable with,” Gayen said, adding that she is also excited about the possibility of opening a clinic in an industrial area.
Gailena has also found that she has more space for her staff in the dental office than the other dental offices in the building.
“Our office space is much larger, we have a lot going on,” Gaysen said of the new dental office.
“You can’t go and go in there and not have people around you, which is a nice benefit for us.”