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Chief of Dentisty at BC Children’s Hospital
Clinical Associate Professor, Faculty of Dentistry, Department of Oral Heath Sciences, UBC
Director, Graduate Program in Pediatric Dentistry, UBC
2199 Wesbrook Mall
Vancouver, BC V6T 1Z3
My role as new faculty at UBC is to enhance the knowledge base within the context of our newly launched Graduate Program in Pediatric Dentistry.
A pilot study to determine if severe dental caries in young children can be effectively stabilized with non-invasive interventions to delay invasive, riskier treatment at a young age yet improve interim oral-health-related quality-of-life measures (in progress).
A pilot study to determine if BC's children with special health care needs have unmet dental needs and experience barriers in access to dental services (in progress).
Would pre-treatment play therapy improve pre-schooler acceptance and behaviour during dental treatment? (under development)
Is there a systematic approach that can be developed, based on key presenting conditions, to accurately predict the amount of operating room time alottment to book for a pediatric dental rehabilitation case? (under development)