Dentistry on Sinclair is proud to welcome Dr. Jennifer Chitilian to our team!
Dr. Jennifer Chitilian completed her Honours Bachelor of Medical Science and Master of Science degrees in Biochemistry at the University of Western Ontario prior to graduating with honours and receiving her Doctor of Dental Surgery from the University of Toronto. She is excited to be joining the team at Dentistry on Sinclair and looks forward to providing patient-centered dental care in a warm and friendly environment. Dr. Chitilian enjoys all aspects of general dentistry and is a member of both the Canadian and Ontario Dental Associations. She enjoys music, snowboarding, cooking and spending time with family and friends.
We love it when you protect your mouth!!!
HOW IT WORKS:
1. Email us a picture of you wearing your custom sports guard and we’ll post it to our Facebook page.
2. Once your photo is posted, invite your friends to LIKE your picture on our
Facebook page www.facebook.com/dentistryonsinclair
3. The photo with the most likes by the end of the day on October 31, 2015 WINS A MOVIE PACKAGE FOR 2!!
Please send your photo with your first and last name to: email@example.com
*First name only will be included in the facebook post*
Invite your friends to LIKE your picture on our Facebook page www.facebook.com/dentistryonsinclair
**The winning picture will be reposted on November 2, 2015 and the winner will be contacted by email to pick up their prize**
Don’t forget to LIKE us on Facebook! www.facebook.com/dentistryonsinclair
We are honored to be chosen Georgetown’s Favourite Dental Care. We would like to extend a sincere THANK YOU from all of us at Dentistry on Sinclair.
Do the sounds of the dental office make you nervous? Why not bring your Mp3 player or iPod to your next dental appointment. You can drown out the sounds of the office with your favourite music or a guided relaxation piece.
Guided relaxation or meditation is a popular and effective way to reduce stress and help the mind and body relax. Most guided relaxation or meditation pieces walk you through a series of deep breathing and visualizations exercises that put your body into a deep state of relaxation.
Deep breathing on it’s own will do the same thing. The next time you find yourself feeling anxious at the dental office (or anywhere) try the following:
Inhale slowly through the nose and direct the breath into the lower portion of your belly. Hold the breath for a few seconds and then exhale slowly through the nose or the mouth. Repeating this for as little as 2 or 3 minutes will cause you to relax.