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Dr. Katherine Lee, Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeon, Joins Coronation Dental Specialty Group

Dr. Katherine Lee, Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeon, Joins Coronation Dental Specialty Group

Coronation Dental Specialty Group is pleased to welcome Dr. Katherine Lee to its team, as an Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeon. Dr. Lee is a graduate of the University of Toronto Oral Surgery program, where in 4 years she completed both the dental specialty residency, and also a Master’s degree researching

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Seeking a Registered Nurse!

Seeking a Registered Nurse!

Coronation Dental Specialty Group is seeking to hire a REGISTERED NURSE to join our Dental Specialty Practice.  Direct involvement in clinical patient care, with hands-on patient treatment.  ACLS, CPR, and HARP certifications are valuable assets.  Regular hours without shiftwork or on-call, in a great working environment! Please send your

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Coronation Dental Specialty Group Sponsors Tour de Waterloo

Coronation Dental Specialty Group Sponsors Tour de Waterloo

Coronation Dental Specialty Group is proud to have once again sponsored the annual Tour de Waterloo.  Occuring last weekend, and a part of the Cycle Waterloo series of cycling events, the proceeds from the Tour de Waterloo help support local charitable partners: the Grand River Hospital Foundation and KW Counselling Services.

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Dr. Cho Attends Canadian Association of Oral & Maxillofacial Surgeons Conference

Dr. Cho Attends Canadian Association of Oral & Maxillofacial Surgeons Conference

Dr. Cho has recently returned from attending the Annual Conference of the Canadian Association of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons (CAOMS), held in Montreal. The conference was well-attended, with Oral & Maxillofacial Surgeons attending from all parts of the country.  In addition, International representatives from places like the

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Original Thank-You Re-Imagines Dr. Furst as a Cartoon!

Original Thank-You Re-Imagines Dr. Furst as a Cartoon!

Every now and then, we have had thank-you notes dropped off by grateful patients.  Some recent examples include hand-painted Easter eggs, a very yummy edible arrangment, and a Ferrero Rocher Bunny! Dr. Furst recently received a very nice thank-you gift.  While not edible, it was certainly one of the most

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Coronation Oral Surgeon Repairs Jaw Fracture Through Wisdom Tooth

Coronation Oral Surgeon Repairs Jaw Fracture Through Wisdom Tooth

As our Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons have offices in Waterloo, Kitchener, Guelph, Brantford, Stratford, Goderich, and Woodstock, we are constantly on-call for our patients.  This involves fielding calls regarding questions about wisdom tooth surgery and dental implants, and ensuring that all of our patients are able to reach a

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Dr. Diamond Attending Anesthesia Meeting

Dr. Diamond Attending Anesthesia Meeting

Knowledge never stays still.  The fields of dentistry are constantly changing and evolving as new techniques are developed, and existing treatments are subjected to scientific scrutiny.  What someone learned coming out of school may be out-of-date in a few short years, as additional research reveals that different

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Thank You Note and Hand-Painted Eggs!

Thank You Note and Hand-Painted Eggs!

Dr. Cho received a nice Thank-You note from a happy patient the other day.  Included with the card was a bag that had a little bit of weight to it – a bit of heft. On opening, the bag, there were 4 individually wrapped, hand-painted wooden eggs!  The

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Father-Daughter Ball A Success with Dr. Leslie Diamond

Father-Daughter Ball A Success with Dr. Leslie Diamond

The CHYM FM Father Daughter Ball was recently held, and was a smashing success! The Ball was presented by the Coronation Dental Specialty Group, with Dr. Leslie Diamond, his daughter Hope, and her friend Jennaca, as honourary co-chairs.  There were dozens of fathers who brought their daughters, aged 6-16, for

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Coronation Unaffected by HeartBleed Internet Security Flaw

Coronation Unaffected by HeartBleed Internet Security Flaw

Recently, computer security experts have become aware of a flaw in internet security, known as “HeartBleed“. While the details of HeartBleed involve OpenSSL and are very technical, the bottom line is that any passwords used on the internet may have been compromised.  Hackers with the appropriate tools

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