Dr. Nick SeddonDentist
Dr. Nick Seddon carries with him a passion for dentistry and a love for helping people. His enthusiasm and friendly nature, as well as his desire for perfection, ensures that all his patients receive a world-class experience. Dr. Seddon enjoys all aspects of dentistry with a focus on cosmetic dentistry, implant dentistry, sedation, and Invisalign orthodontics. He is also an international instructor in cosmetic dentistry and a mentor with the prestigious Kois Center in Seattle, Washington.
Striving for excellence in all aspects of patient care, Dr. Seddon participates in over 300 hours of continuing education per year (10x the requirement from the BC College of Dental Surgeons) in all topics of dentistry: dental implants, cosmetics, smile design, full-mouth rehabilitation, Invisalign clear orthodontics, microscope-enhanced dentistry, and TMJ management. He has traveled all over the world to work with the very best in dentistry: Brazil, Italy, UAE, France, Spain, USA, and Canada.
Growing up in North Vancouver led Dr. Seddon to spend nine years at the University of British Columbia, where, he earned a Bachelor of Human Kinetics (B.H.K.) degree, followed by a Doctorate of Dental Medicine (D.M.D.).
As an avid athlete, Dr. Seddon participates in myriad of sports, including soccer, running, skiing, sailing, tennis, and volleyball. He has played soccer at all levels of the game – from the metro and provincial levels during his youth, to varsity and professional levels with the Vancouver Whitecaps (Eighty-Sixers). He now plays in the premier league of the Vancouver Men’s Soccer League with Norvan FC.
Dr. Kyle GreenDentist
Dr Kyle Green is friendly, detail-oriented, and passionate about dentistry. He joined the team at Oceanfront Dental as an associate dentist in March of 2015 and has enjoyed working together with patients to help them reach all of their dental goals. He strives to ensure his patients understand all of their treatments options and enjoys being able to bring someone’s smile back to full health.
After getting his undergraduate degree at the University of British Columbia, Dr Green studied dentistry in Australia at the University of Sydney. He is passionate about continuing his education to further expand his knowledge and to be able to offer a wider array of services to his patients. He is a member of the Academy of General Dentistry, participates in different dental study clubs throughout Vancouver, and attends courses at the world-renowned Kois Center in Seattle, Washington.
He loves coming in every day to work with a dedicated, caring team to offer patients the best treatment possible. Dr Green aims to give all of his patients the benefit of his training and offer them high level, evidence-based treatment for all of their dental needs.
Anke graduated from Dental Hygiene School at John Abbott College in Quebec, in 1990, and brings many years of experience to Oceanfront Dental.
Her daily positive energy and commitment to creating long-term relationships create a cheerful and soothing environment for all patients.
Passionate about family and travel, Anke has spent time with her two daughters in Germany, the Sandbanks in Ontario, and Whistler.
Jill has been with Oceanfront since 2015. As a 2003 graduate of Dental Hygiene School at the University of Manitoba, she holds more than 15 years of experience.
Her gentle yet thorough approach and light-hearted attitude put all patients at ease, and have resulted in many long-term client relationships.
Outside of Oceanfront, Jill can be found exploring all that B.C. has to offer: from the Okanagan wineries to the beaches of Tofino.
CynthiaPatient Care Assistant
Originally from Brazil, Cynthia brings 17 years of experience as a Periodontist. She also holds her NDAEB, CDSBC, and Canadian Dental Anesthesia Assistant certification.
Cynthia is passionate about working with people, and providing them with better health. Having also taught ballet for more than 25 years, she believes both are art-forms contributing to overall well-being, health, and self-confidence.
Travel, musicals and dance performances are passions.
KaityPatient Care Assistant
Kaity is one of the newest additions to the team!
Born and raised in the Okanagan, Kaity began her career in dental here before making a home for herself at Oceanfront Dental in 2018.
Kaity has a shared vision of creating the best possible experience for every single person to walk through Oceanfront’s doors and brings this excitement to work with her each day.
MilaPatient Care Assistant
As a 2015 graduate of Dentistry in Brazil, Mila practiced as a dentist before moving to Vancouver in 2018.
Now at Oceanfront Dental, Mila’s love for the city and people of Vancouver is exuded through the outstanding experiences and services she provides to all patients.
Interestingly, she once had the opportunity to spend a year in Thailand, and is now an avid practicer of Muay Thai!
EvePatient Care Assistant
Eve graduated as a Certified Dental Assistant from Algonquin College in 2017 in Ottawa. She joined the team at Oceanfront Dental in late 2017 after moving to Vancouver with her family.
Eve has spent many years traveling Canada and living from one end to the other. She loves adventure and being outdoors, and seeks out exciting opportunities that encourage growth.
OdettePatient Care Coordinator
With her infectious attitude and pearly smile, Odette leaves an impression on everyone she greets!
Over 15 years of experience in the industry have led her to be highly dependable, and an excellent multi-tasker; but most notably, she genuinely loves helping all patients.
A family-woman at heart, Odette’s two beautiful boys keep her busy – taking road trips, watching movies and participating in sports activities together.
What Causes Sensitive Teeth?November 24, 2019
At Oceanfront Dental, we aren’t just concerned with your smile, we also care about the health of your teeth. We’re all sensitive about our teeth, but unfortunately, many people suffer from the pain of tooth sensitivity. Sensitive teeth are a common dental problem, affecting millions of Canadians. The pain shooting into the tooth’s nerve endings […]