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Visit the Staff at Village Dental Office

At Village Dental Office, our team is committed to your comfort and satisfaction. Why live with chronic pain when a quick visit to our office can provide you with a range of treatment options.

Work With Us
If you are interested in joining a highly skilled team of dental professionals, consider joining Village Dental Office. We employ dentists, hygienists, dental assistants and office personnel.

How to Apply:

Please apply in writing to Debbie Connors, Office Manager.

430 Topsail Rd
Box 93
The Village Shopping Centre
A1E 4N1

If you would like to book an appointment to speak with one of our dentists in person, or if you have any questions about our range of services, don’t hesitate to get in touch with our clinic.


Dr. Jonathan O'Dea
Dr. O'Dea, is a graduate of McGill University, (2000).

Dr. Craig Smith
Dr. Smith, is a graduate of Dalhousie University, (2000).

Dr. Kent Sorensen
Dr. Sorensen, is a graduate of Dalhousie University, (1992).

Dr. Jennifer Trinh
Dr. Trinh, is a graduate of University of Western Ontario, (2007).

Dr. Charlotte Dickie

Dr. Dickie, is a graduate of Dalhousie University, (2017).


Dr Janelle Bradley

Dr. Bradley, is a graduate of University of Western Ontario, (2022).


Dr Daniel Fingrut

Dr. Daniel Fingrut, is a graduate of University of Toronto, (2012). 



Pennie Fowler
Heather Rumbolt
nie Lawrence
Taylor Davis
Amy Greene
Rebecca Matchem

Jennifer Walsh

Jill Connolly

Faith Mallard

Angela Hynes

Dental Assistants


Wanda Foote
Lisa Griffiths
Darlene Tucker
Chelsea Conway
Samantha Squires

Heather Temple

Diamond Santos

Jennifer Keough



Debbie Connors, Office Manager
Cherie Seward-Drover, Hygiene Co-ordinator

Maria Burcar, Hygiene Co-ordinator

Cathy Brown, Administrative Assistant
Karen Thorne, Administrative Assistant
Nicole Taylor, Administrative Assistant
Laura Jennings, Administrative Assistant

Shauna Cummings, Administrative Assistant

Hannah Nielsen, Administrative Assistant

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Helpful Hint

Do not clean your retainer using toothpaste. This can cause grooves in the plastic where bacteria can gather.

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