MEET THE DENTIST
Your Yaletown Dentist & Our Health Care Team
DR. JI HAE SHIN
Dr. Shin received her Doctor of Dental Medicine degree from Boston University Goldman School of Dental Medicine. Upon obtaining her degree, Dr. Shin came back home to BC and has been practicing as a general dentist. She joined Max Dental team to provide caring and thorough dental services. Dr. Shin enjoys all aspects of general dentistry and regularly attends continuing education courses to stay up-to-date with the latest advances in the various fields of dentistry. When Dr. Shin is working with her patients, she considers patient comfort a top priority. Dr. Shin strives to provide gentle and patient-centered dental care to make your appointment as relaxing and comfortable as possible.
DR. CLARENCE WONG
Dr. Clarence Wong, General Dentist, graduated from the University of British Columbia in 2003 as a Doctor of Dental medicine. He joined Max Dental in 2009 and has enjoyed working with the staff and patients of the clinic.
Dr. Wong has special interests in the areas of dental surgery, endodontics and preventative dentistry. He sees patients of all ages and his great sense of humour keeps his patients at ease. He is always broadening his dental knowledge base with continuing education courses and study clubs to better serve his patients. Dr. Wong is currently a member of Canadian Dental Association, College of Dental Surgeons of British Columbia and British Columbia Dental Association. He speaks fluent English and Cantonese. Outside of dentistry, Dr. Wong is an avid cyclist and snowboarder.
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