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WHAT SETS OUR DENTISTRY APART?

The traditional model of healthcare is to focus on treating the disease first – but at Dentistry in Motion, our approach is a little different. Patient-centered care is, at its core, a strong partnership between the dentist and the patient. This includes shared decision-making and us taking the time to learn about your beliefs, life circumstances, concerns, and overall goals. Instead of simply dictating care, we work together to create outstanding smile improvements!

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DR. ROBERT CAPPELL

DOCTOR OF DENTAL SURGERY

After graduating in 1984 from the University of Toronto with an Honors science degree focused in Dentistry, Dr. Robert Cappell dedicated his life to caring for his patients.

Dr. Robert Cappell brings over 35 years of experience. In his career he has completed well over 10,000 root canals and 10,000 crowns, along with many other services.

While his credentials are undoubtedly impressive, his dedication to his patients deserves an even higher praise. Improving your oral function is Dr. Cappell’s highest priority.

When other dentists discover an issue that they cannot fix, they send their patents to Dr. Cappell. He’s not afraid of the challenges and is well-prepared to tackle most disciplines of dentistry, thanks to continued education throughout his career. Dr. Cappell focuses on helping you function better, regardless of the oral issues you face

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Monday:

9:00 am-7:00 pm

Tuesday:

9:00 am-7:00 pm

Wednesday:

9:00 am-7:00 pm

Thursday:

9:00 am-7:00 pm

Friday:

9:00 am-3:00 pm

Saturday:

9:00 am-3:00 pm

Sunday:

Closed

Testimonials

What Our Clients Say About Us

  • "Hygienist Olivia is great. Does a great job and puts you at ease. Covid precautions in place. Highly recommend them."
    Faith Adams
  • "After many years of searching...I've finally found a dental practice that makes me feel comfortable and at ease with all their procedures."
    Rosaria Anna Benincasa
  • "My dentist was super fast and efficient. I was really shocked at how quick the extraction of my wisdom tooth was and I didn’t feel any pain at all. Such a great experience and they were extremely friendly. Great service, I highly recommend them!"
    Nordia Lawrence
  • "Excellent customer service. All staff are caring and willing to provide support to make you comfortable during your visit."
    Sheela John
  • "Spectacular service, the best hygienists, and Dr Rob is a caring dentist with a great sense of humour."
    Helen Kennedy

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