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Anyone need a new dentist? Star Dental on West Broadway is accepting new patients.

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by AnnaB, May 3, 2016.

  1. AnnaB

    AnnaB New Member

    Hi folks, My name is Anna and I run a copywriting company. One of my clients, Star Dental, has just set up a new Facebook page and is trying to get the word out. I thought this would be a great place to share it for anyone needing a new dentist. They are conveniently located at #1215 – 750 West Broadway and are accessible both by the number 009, 017, and 99 buses as well as the Broadway - City Hall Canada Line station (located at Broadway and Cambie just a few blocks east of the office). They are also near a major bike route.

    If you want to check them out on Facebook (and share the link pretty please!) you can do that here: https://www.facebook.com/Star-Dental-217771591921574/

    Thanks in advance!
     
  2. Lee

    Lee New Member

    I am looking for a dentist and I might be interested. Thanks!
     
  3. Bine

    Bine Full Member

    Star Dental is the worst. I lost all of my teeth following a routine exam.
     
  4. Star Dental

    Star Dental Guest

    I have no knowledge or record of a patient losing all their teeth after a routine dental exam!
     
  5. Dan

    Dan Junior Member

    Dr. Jay
    Chinatown Plaza Dental Centre
    201-618 Quebec Street
    Vancouver, BC V6A 4E7
    (604) 669-9286

    The best. She's been my dentist for years.
     
  6. Solaris

    Solaris New Member

    I don't get it why dentists here root canal an infected tooth rather than clearing up the infection with antibiotic injections ...root canals just drive any infection deeper into the jaw bone.
     

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