Toronto Dentist Dr. Shammick Kotecha talks about the measures he is taking at his dental office to make sure all staff and patients are safe once some of the lockdown measures are eased.
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Dr. Shammick Kotecha
Dr. Shammick Kotecha graduated from the University of Manitoba’s Faculty of Dentistry in 2000. He then obtained a second research degree; B.Sc.(Dent) in 2001. Dr. Kotecha completed his residency at The Hospital For Sick Children in 2000 and was a staff dentist at Trillium Hospital from 2001-2006. He is currently studying at the Spear Institute and has been helping to create healthy smiles for over 15 years. Dr. Kotecha is a member of the Canadian Dental Association, Ontario Dental Association and the Academy of General Dentistry. He enjoys all aspects of dentistry including restorative, endodontics and crown and bridge. In addition, he provides laser dentistry and minimally invasive dentistry. Dr. Kotecha has a particular interest in new dental technology. Creating a comfortable and friendly environment is important for Dr. Kotecha. Outside of dentistry, Dr. Kotecha loves to spend time with his wife and two daughters and enjoys travelling. He likes to watch and play sports and is an avid collector of sports memorabila.
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