Treating the patient, not just the tooth.
Treating the patient,
not just the tooth.
No two patients are the same and what one patient likes in terms of treatment and comfort
may be entirely different than what another patient needs and/or expects.
Personalizing treatment as well as the environment for every single patient is at the core of what we do.
Dr. Sze Sen Samson So
I’ve always wanted to be the dentist who people didn’t fear going to. Throughout my life I’ve had all sorts of dental treatments. From fillings to braces and even extensive jaw surgeries; I know exactly how it feels to be in the chair. That’s why I wanted to create a new type of dentistry. One that is focused on providing an unforgettable service experience while we put a smile on your face. It’s not just about keeping you healthy; it’s about keeping you happy as well!
I am a graduate of the University of Western Ontario where I received both my degrees in Bachelor of Science and Doctor of Dental Surgery. My specific focus is in restorative dentistry sedation and oral surgery. Aside from attending hundreds of hours of extensive training in these fields. I am also a part-time clinical professor at the University of Western Ontario as part of the Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery Division.
Throughout the years I’ve been involved in numerous international volunteer experiences such as performing dental procedures in Guatemala and Colombia. I’ve also worked as a hospital dentist in northern Ontario where I served the underserved population in Moose Factory Native Reserve.
I invite you to come join us for a new type of dentistry!
Dr. Martin Reiss
I’m Dr. Martin Reiss, Some people call me Doc Martin (not to be confused with the shoe-maker). I’m a smile maker. I became a dentist because well I’m a nerd. I embraced the nerd at McMaster University where I graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Biology and then at the University of Western Ontario where I earned my Doctor of Dental Surgery degree and was honored with the Dr. Sam Ioannidis Memorial Award in Restorative Dentistry Schulich Dentistry Prize for Professionalism and Ethics and the award in Oral Medicine.
A different way to phrase all of that would be that I’m a life-long learner. Choosing a career in dentistry has allowed me to continue learning not only by staying on top of the latest techniques but it has helped me get to know people. As your dentist I want to learn from you.
During one of my dental outreach experiences in Nicaragua I was faced with the challenge of providing care with a language barrier. That is where I learned that communication is at the core of every healthy smile. I strive to provide a comfortable professional environment where you can share your concerns without judgement. What are your smile goals? How can I help? I will work with you every step of the way; whether it’s maintaining your oral health or transforming your smile.
That’s my new kind of dentistry.