Dr. Matthew Karavos
As a dentist, Dr. Karavos is committed to excellence in his profession and is a Fellow of the International Congress of Oral Implantology and a CEREC instructor and lecturer. He has a keen interest in cosmetic dentistry because it is very results-oriented and makes people smile. Patient care is his top priority. He is very focused on the patient's level of comfort and ease in the chair. He makes everyone feel at ease by educating them in laymen's terms and making sure they understand what is going on at all times.
Dr. Abbas Khambatta
Dr. Abbas Khambatta graduated in 1998 from Pune University, India.
Dr. Khambatta worked as a General Dentist at Pune, with emphasis on Endodontics (Root Canal Therapy), Esthetic Dentistry and Pediatric Dentistry.
After immigrating to Canada, he completed his Canadian equivalency and has been practicing as an Associate Dentist.
With a keen interest in continuing his expertise and improving his skills, he has taken several courses including Nitrous Oxide Sedation and Moderate Sedation, by Dr. Haas at the University of Toronto, and is on track to complete his Implant Surgery and Restoration program with AIC Education and HiOssen Implant Canada.
Apart from his duties as an Associate dentist, he offers his services at Long Term Care Facilities/Retirement Homes through ‘Direct Dentistry Service’ to help the elderly and special needs patients.
Dr. Richard Goodfellow
Dr. Goodfellow graduated from the University of Toronto Dental School in 1978. He practiced in Toronto for 26 years then, in 2004, moved his practice to where it is now, in Woodbridge. Over the years, Dr. Goodfellow developed an interest in orthodontics and treating patients with temporomandibular joint dysfunction and sleep-breathing disorders. Today, he continues to learn how to improve the strong link between jaw development, breathing and health. Many of Dr. Goodfellow’s patients have been coming to him for over 30 years and he has had the honour of treating them, their children and grandchildren.