New Westminster’s Best Dental Clinics
April 6, 2017
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Royal Square Dental Clinic in New Westminster
April 7, 2017
Welcome to East Van Dental Clinic. Currently accepting new patients. Book online or call (604) 251-4000. Starting April 9th, we will be open on Sundays and Tuesday evenings until 8pm.

East Van Dental Clinic in Vancouver is your go-to clinic for putting a smile on your face for everyone to see. We offer cosmetic and family dentistry, and place care and quality as most important for our patients. Combining the latest technology with experienced and caring dental professionals is a marriage made in heaven that will have you seeing fantastic results.

We are currently accepting new patients right now! Be sure to drop by for a free consultation, where we will discuss your dental history, assess your cosmetic goals, and much more…

We Can Tackle Any Dental Emergencies!

Dental Services: Our state-of-the-art office is fully equipped for family, cosmetic, and general dentistry. Working alongside our dentists will insure you and your family a positive dental care experience.

About Us: At East Van Dental, nothing makes us happier than seeing you smile. We take pride in providing all our patients with exceptional dental care in a relaxing and friendly atmosphere.

Promotions & Referrals: Be on the lookout for promotions like 10% off and gift card giveaways! Plus, you can enter our monthly draw for a chance to win an iPad! Call or stop by for more information.

Our Reviews

  1. Jane Atkins 5/5: I’m a proud new owner of an Electric Toothbrush! Thanks Dr. Dhir for making my first visit with you a wonderful and painless one. And I’m happy to call you my Dentist.
  2. Paulette Marchett i 5/5: I highly recommend this dental clinic. Dr. Dhir is very competent in his field.He also has very good interpersonal skills, warm and friendly.If one is sensitive and anxious about dental work he is an excellent listener, very reassuring and considerate. His staff iis friendly and welcoming.

1 Comment

  1. […] Sports injuries are a leading cause of knocked-out teeth. If you or your child play any sport with a risk of falls or blows to the face, helmets, face masks, and mouth guards should be standard equipment. According to the American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry, that list includes football, basketball, baseball, soccer, hockey, skateboarding, gymnastics, and martial arts. If store-bought mouthguards aren’t comfortable, you can get a customized one from your dentist. […]

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