Dr. Treena Coull
1995 University of McGill Dentistry
Practiced in the Cree communities of Chisasibi and Mistissini for a year, then in Cote des Neiges and Westmount, privately.
Founded Centre Dentaire Notre Dame de Grace in April 2005 with a special interest in restorative implant dentistry, cosmetic dentistry and endodontics.
Past-president of Montreal Dental Study Club and member of the Spear Dental Club.
Dr. Erika Williston
2014 University of Montreal
With an undergraduate degree from McGill, Dr Stivaletti went to the University of Montreal for her degree in dentistry.
Continued training in Philadelphia, USA where she completed a multi-disciplinary program at Temple University.
She is an active member of the ordre des dentiste de quebec (ODQ) and the association de chirurgien de quebec (ACDQ).
2017 University of McGill Dentistry
At McGill, Dr. Williston developed a particular interest for patient centered and community health dentistry continuing post graduate training at the University of Rochester, Eastman institute for Oral Health located in New York
to broaden her scope of practice to include both hospital and community health services.
Active member of the ODQ and the ACDQ.
Dr. Kelly Stivaletti
6080 Sherbrooke West
Tuesday - Thursday 8:30 –17:00
Friday - Saturday 9:00 to 16:00
Sunday / Monday Closed
Queen Elizabeth Hospital: 514-369-1999 Montreal General Hospital: 514-934-8063
How should I prepare my child for his/her first dental visit?
It is very important that your child is made to feel comfortable on their first visit. Parents can tell their child that they are going to sit in a comfortable chair and have their teeth counted. A low stress situation is best, with absolutely no pressure to do any procedures: simply to have your child get used to the clinic in a non-threatening way.
What paperwork do I need to bring with me for my first visit?
On your first visit you will need to fill out a medical questionnaire, so be sure to have a complete list of medications and your medical history. Remember to bring your insurance card or coverage information. We can file your insurance information directly on-line to avoid delays. Please bring your child's medicare card and if you are receiving social assistance remember to bring your blue slip.
Which of my child's procedures are covered by the government?
From birth to 10 yrs. one oral exam per year, any required fillings and extractions, and any dental emergencies are covered by the provincial government. Please note that cleaning and fluoride treatments are NOT covered.
How often do I need check-ups and cleaning?
At your first examination I will recommend a schedule, as each case is different. Generally, I recommend every 6 months.
Is it safe to bleach my teeth?
Yes - but you must follow the product directions correctly, and never for more than 3 consecutive weeks. You may experience some sensitivity while bleaching. This is not harmful and is only temporary.
What is a CEREC procedure, and why should I get one?
CEREC (www.cereconline.com) is recommended for large fillings or after a root canal treatment. This product is stronger and longer lasting than regular white or silver fillings, more closely resembles natural enamel and is completely metal-free. It is also a more conservative procedure than a crown, in that is preserves as much of the remaining natural tooth structure as possible. Please visit the website to find out more about this recommended procedure.
Should I have my amalgam fillings replaced?
During your examination, we will evaluate your fillings and if there is a medical reason to replace them, we can discuss the best option at that time.
What are my payment options?
We accept all major credit cards, ATM cards and cash. For your convenience, we have arranged for electronic claims with insurance companies for instant information about your claim. Please call our office if you have any questions or concerns about your insurance.