Established in 1966, Assiniboine Dental Group (ADG) has since grown into one of the largest dental practices in Western Canada, boasting over 20 general and specialized dentists and 70+ team members. ADG partners Scott, Ammy and Dominika collectively bring over 60 years of experience to the thriving Winnipeg practice.
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Today we shine the Support Centre Spotlight on Tricia Reteracion, Senior Coordinator, Accounts Payable, who shares with us why it’s so important to follow through with our goals, and to embrace change in order to grow.
Dentistry has faced more challenges in the last six months than in any similar span of time in history. A torrent of information about COVID-19 has overwhelmed not only practice teams, but all of society. Patients and dental team members alike have concerns about the safety of providing and receiving oral health care. Variations in infection prevention and control (IPAC) standards between the provincial regulatory bodies and public health authorities have sown further confusion. Every day, n...
We’re shining a light on the team at Brandon Dental Centre for their continued commitment to health and safety. Shortly after joining our network this spring, the Manitoba Practice invested in a substantial infection prevention and control (IPAC) upgrade to its steri-centre.
In celebration of National Infection Control Week, I’d like to take this opportunity to reflect on just how far the world of dentistry has come in protecting the health and safety of our patients and team members.
dentalcorp places on the 2020 Growth List of Canada’s Fastest-Growing Companies with 5-year revenue growth of 364%
Toronto, Ontario – October 15, 2020 – dentalcorp, Canada's leading network of dental practices, is pleased to announce that, for the second year in a row, it has placed on the Growth List – the definitive ranking of Canada’s Fastest-Growing Companies. This year, dentalcorp ranked 2nd for companies with over $500mm in revenues.
Today is World Mental Health Day and, under normal circumstances, this would just be another Saturday for most. According to the Canadian Mental Health Association, every year, 1 in 5 people will experience a mental health problem or illness. New research will undoubtedly reveal those numbers have grown exponentially given our current environment.
Dr. Jessica Yu Hsuan Hung selected based on academic and clinical excellence.