Graduate of Georgian College School of Health and Wellness, 2013, with an Advanced Diploma in Dental Hygiene.
As specialists in their field, our doctors will brighten your smile whether it’s a check-up or an emergency.
We are at your service for any of your dental needs, offering a wide range of professional procedures.
Save time and find a time slot that will suit your schedule with our easy to use online booking form.
Make an Appointment!
Our patients are important to us and we value their time. We aim to provide a flexible schedule that will be able to accommodate all of our clients. Make an appointment with Barrie dentist using our online form.
For dental emergencies, we accept same day walk-in appointments because we understand that things like severe pain and knocked out teeth can’t wait.
All Ages Dental Care
At Simcoe Family Dentistry we are proud to provide service to clients of all ages for your family’s convenience.
Same Day Emergency
Dental emergencies can be unbearable. We accept same day walk-ins because emergencies don’t wait and neither do we.
All Insurance Accepted
We bill your insurance company directly for your convenience, so at your appointment you only pay for what isn’t covered.
Digital X-ray Format
With significantly less radiation than film x-rays, digital x-rays allow us to stay vigilant and up to date on your oral health.
Accepting all members of the community
At Simcoe Family Dentistry we are proud to deliver a family oriented approach, catering to clients of all ages. We provide the convenience of having your health and oral care taken care of by familiar and trusted doctors that get to know the dental history of your whole family, all in one place.
Our goal is to give outstanding services to families and individuals in the Simcoe County community and stand on guard for the oral care of all.
Walk-In Dental Clinic
Treating all types of dental emergencies
Unlike other dental clinics in Barrie, Simcoe Family Dentistry accepts same day walk-in appointments for dental emergencies. While going to a hospital is a good bet when you have severe pain or knocked out teeth, a dentistry is better equipped to treat oral health issues and can offer more treatment options than a regular emergency room. For this reason we are here to help in any dental emergency, for your health and convenience.
Family Dentist in Barrie
Dentistry for the whole family
Simcoe Family Dentistry is accepting patients of all ages. Having families of our own, we understand the convenience of having one clinic taking care of the whole family and tracking their oral health history in one place. Our Barrie dentists and hygienists are experienced in working with children and know the right approach to take in any situation.
Meet Our Clinical Staff
Mikhail has received his dental degree at School of Dentistry, University of California San Francisco.
Graduate of Canadore College as a CDA level II in 2001, with a passion for both the clinical and administrative aspects of the dental field.
Honours graduate from the Georgian College Dental Hygiene program, with a gentle and thorough approach to dental hygiene.
She attended the Canadian Academy of Dental Health and Community Sciences and received her diploma at the end of 2018.
Bonnie graduated with honors from Everest College as a CDA Level II in 2010.
We Offer Complete Dental Services
When you have severe pain or another time-sensitive issue like a knocked out tooth there’s no time to waste on scheduling and waiting for an appointment. Getting immediate treatment can be the difference between losing or saving your natural tooth. That is why we take same day walk-in emergency dental appointments for extractions, missing teeth, root canals, crowns, tooth pain and oral surgery.
Your tooth ache may be coming from a decayed or fractured tooth, or an infection in the root canal. If the tooth pain is extreme it is recommended you visit a dentist right away before the problem escalates to affect your general health. Depending on the situation an emergency extraction or oral surgery may be required.
As a cosmetic dentistry, we offer a full range of procedures to give you the brilliant, white smile you deserve! From teeth whitening, to dental implants – we do it all. Crowns, bridgework and implants can help restore a full smile to those with missing or damaged teeth. With these procedures, your implant or crown will be indistinguishable from your natural teeth but you will have full function in talking, chewing and smiling.
Professional whitening is more effective than drugstore whitening kits by a long shot. Not only are results much more effective but they also last longer and it is safer for your teeth and gums to get whitening done in a professional environment. We have in-office and convenient at-home whitening solutions available.
For your continued oral health we recommend regular check-ups, cleanings and x-rays. A comprehensive oral exam should be carried out every few years and any time you have a major change in your health. This exam is done as a diagnostic and preventative measure to ensure that existing problems are dealt with and future ones are prevented.
Digital x-rays are a useful tool for checking the state of your teeth, gums and jaws, and are much safer and faster than traditional x-rays. Getting professional teeth cleanings is an important part of oral hygiene and preventing tooth decay. Paying a visit to a hygienist every 6 six months is a great way to ensure your oral health is monitored and your smile stays plaque-free and pearly white!
This Valentine’s Day, instead of addressing the obvious chocolate consumption and cavity risk for our weekly blog, we are going to discuss heart health and its relationship to oral health!
Tongue and lip piercings have become more popular in recent years. As dental professionals, we see many patients with mouth jewelry - and the risks to the teeth associated with this form of self expression.
We have heard about the recent statistics about how stress affects your body – prolonged stress can cause increased risk of heart attack, stroke, mental illness and even diabetes. What we don’t often hear about in the media is how stress adversely affects your oral health. Is your stress causing issues in your mouth?