Dr. Sahra Kanji, although a native Calgarian, pursued her post-secondary education at Queens University in Kingston, Ontario after which she attained her Doctor of Dental Surgery (DDS) degree from the University of Toronto. She is a strong advocate of life long education to continue to be able to provide state of the art techniques and materials to improve patient comfort and treatment longevity. Dr. Kanji has attended numerous continuing education courses at prestigious institutions such as Las Vegas Institute, California centre for Advanced dental studies, Invisalign, DOCS Education and other well respected institutions. She has a keen interest in cosmetic and preventative dentistry.When she’s not practicing dentistry, Dr. Kanji enjoys traveling and learning about new cultures. She volunteers for health promotion initiatives in the community and has taken on various leadership positions over the past several years.
She sincerely looks forward to meeting you and your families!
Cathy has been a Certified Registered Dental Assistant Level II for 25 years and is very passionate about dentistry.
Cathy thrives on challenge and looks forward to exploring all the advancements in technology that the dental field has to offer. She continually enhances her dental knowledge through a wide variety of advanced education seminars. Throughout her career, she has helped create truly amazing smiles. Her background in leadership, team building and client care result in a keen desire to make every client’s experience positive and comfortable. Her goal is to instill in her clients a rewarding dental experience and wants them to leave being excited about their dental health.
Cathy enjoys working within a strong team, bringing her enthusiasm, energy and professionalism. She looks forward to making your visits gratifying through exceptional care and superior hospitality. Born and raised in Calgary, Cathy enjoys spending time with family and friends.
Nora is our front office representative. She is the voice that you hear when you contact Willow Park Dental, and is here to answer all of your questions.
Nora is dedicated to providing personalized and quality service our patients deserve. Not only is she in charge of scheduling to help patients find the right time and date to conveniently attend to your dental needs but she provides comprehensive treatment planning and financial arrangements to achieve your optimal dental health goals. Building a foundation of trust by treating our patients as special individuals is vital to our success. Nora understands how uneasy a patient may feel before a dental procedure and she can make a difference in providing a relaxing and positive experience.
Nora would like to thank you for allowing Willow Park Dental to take care of all your dental needs and look forward to serving you.
Nora enjoys spending time with her family and friends. Her three children keep her very busy. Nora can be seen regularly at a Calgary ice rink, cheering her children on.
A graduate of the Canadian College of Dental Hygiene, Carrie has been practicing dental hygiene in British Columbia and most recently Alberta since 2009. Carrie possesses a positive and comforting attitude, all while providing the upmost care to her patients on a daily basis.
Carrie is passionate about dental hygiene, and routinely participates in continuing education courses. She truly cares for her patients and wants to help them achieve optimal oral health.
Carrie is also an avid outdoors woman and can usually be spotted in the mountains surrounding Calgary on the weekends.
Dr. Jason Pan is born and raised in Alberta, growing up in Lethbridge. He obtained his Bachelor of Science in Biology from the University of Lethbridge in 2009. Since then, Dr. Pan graduated from the Boston University Henry M. Goldman School of Dental Medicine in 2014 and has been practicing in the Calgary area since.
In his free time, Dr. Pan enjoys reading fiction and non-fiction novels. He also loves creating art in both traditional and digital media. Dr. Pan also spends much of his day raising his new friend, Laika.
Dr. Jenny Doerksen was born and raised in South Korea, and moved to Canada when she was a middle school student to start a new chapter of her life. She went to W.R.Myers High School in Taber and obtained numerous awards and scholarships for academic achievements and volunteer works. She completed her Bachelor of Science degree in Biochemistry (Honours Thesis with Distinction) at the University of Lethbridge. During her undergraduate program she has done numerous types of research ranging from computational chemistry to microbiology.
She further expanded her education in Doctor of Dental Surgery (DDS) at the University of Alberta. She received research scholarships in Pediatric Dentistry and several outstanding achievement awards during her dental training. Dr. Doerksen loves doing general dentistry such as restorative, root canal therapy, extraction, diagnosis and pediatric dental work. She is motivated to improve people’s smiles, confidence, and esthetics.
She is an active member of the Alberta Dental Association & College, and Canadian Dental Association. She puts her dedication and heart into offering professional and compassionate dental care to patients. Her primary goal is to focus on patient-centered care and achieving great quality of dentistry. When she is not practicing her passion of dentistry, she spends most of her time with her lovely family and friends.
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