Dr. Amelia Chan graduated with her Doctor of Dental Surgery degree from the University of Western Ontario in 1987. Originally from the London area, Dr. Chan has been based in the downtown Toronto area since 1989. She has written a nationally published article “Cancer Care for the Dental Patient”. Her areas of interest include cosmetic dentistry, orthodontics, implants, and periodontal surgery.
Dr. Amelia Chan, Dental Wellness practitioner created Downtown Dentistry in the heart of Downtown Toronto, on the University subway line at the St. Patrick Subway station. Practicing in cosmetic dentistry, orthodontics, iBraces, and dental implants, Dr. Amelia Chan and her associates Dr. Gina Ha, Dr. Somayeh Nourian,and Dr. Brian McLean also provide Dental Wellness services.
Dr. Somayeh Nourian graduated from the University of Ottawa with a Bachelor of Science majoring in Biochemistry, obtained her Doctor of Dental Surgery at the University of Toronto in 2006 and then completed a General Practice Residency at Mount Sinai Hospital in Toronto where she participated in all phases of dentistry, oral surgery, and anesthesia. Dr. Nourian provides IV sedation, Cosmetic and Laser Dentistry, Lumineers, Geriatric dental care, TMJ disorder assessment and treatment, Wisdom teeth removal and Alloderm Gum Grafting, Implants.
Dr. Ha Young Kim
Dr. Ha Young Kim obtained her Honours Bachelor of Science in Biology from McMaster University and completed her Doctor of Dental Surgery degree from University of Toronto. Dr. Kim continues to take continuing education in all aspects of dentistry as she is an avid learner. Furthermore, her foremost goal as dentist is to build genuine relationships with all patients and provide high quality treatment.
Dr. Brian Mclean
Dr. McLean obtained a Bachelor of Science degree at McMaster University in 1965 and graduated with a Doctor of Dental Surgery degree at the University of Toronto in 1969. After a one year internship at the University of Chicago he has been practicing general dentistry ever since, as well as dentistry without mercury since the mid 1980s.