Dynamic Dental Hygiene Clinic operates under the new Act Respecting the NB College of Dental Hygienists, enacted on June 19, 2009. Thanks to changes in the provincial legislation dental hygienists with the appropriate education, training and certification may practice outside the traditional dental office setting. This gives those seeking dental care some choices. The clinic is staffed by Registered Dental Hygienists with expanded skills – that’s right a dental HYGIENE clinic, not a dental clinic, no dentists here! Our focus is on preventing dental cavities, tooth loss, gum disease and other health problems and giving you the beautiful smile you deserve. The owners, Chantal Nielsen and Jessica Ross, are passionate about making sure you receive proper oral hygiene care and will take the time to establish long-term goals for your individualized needs.
We see all ages, and your dental insurance covers your treatment the same as it does in a regular dental clinic. No insurance? No problem – many find our fees very reasonable. Make sure to inquire about our specials and student and group discounts. And, if you do not have a regular dentist, or require specialized treatment we would be more than happy to refer you to the appropriate dental professional.
Have you been told that you should have a professional cleaning every 3 months but you can’t fit it in your budget? Call and speak to us – again this is where we can make a difference. We provide an option that allows you to enjoy hygiene care at competitive rates, with flexible clinic hours (we work nights AND weekends), with much less wait times in a friendly, relaxed, modern atmosphere. On top of regular hygiene care we also offer specialized dental treatments such as fluoride, sealants, whitening and dental jewelry.
Jessica Ross, Registered Dental Hygienist and owner of the first dental hygiene clinic in Fredericton: Dynamic Dental Hygiene Clinic. Jessica is a graduate of Oulton College Dental Hygiene Program. She is a former level II dental assistant graduated from the Dental Assisting Academy of New Brunswick and has been working in the field of dentistry since 2005.
Jessica is passionate about her career as a dental hygienist and feels her clients deserve optimal individualized dental hygiene care. She is an active member of the Canadian Dental Hygienists Association, New Brunswick Dental Hygienists Association, and New Brunswick College of Dental Hygienists. She is level C CPR certified, National Dental Hygiene Certification Board certified, and successfully attained her Self-Initiation Certificate in June 2011. Jessica has specialized training in orthodontics and has been working in the field of orthodontics in Fredericton for the last 7 years.
On June 19, 2009, the Act Respecting the New Brunswick College of Dental Hygienists received Royal Assent in the New Brunswick Legislature allowing those dental hygienists with the self-initiation designation to offer their services in various practice settings without the supervision of a member of the New Brunswick Dental Society, thus allowing access to dental hygiene services outside of the traditional dental office setting.
Since receiving her self-initiation certification, Jessica has taken her dental hygiene services into a long-term care facility where access to oral care for the elderly was nearly impossible prior to 2009.
Chantal Nielsen, Registered Dental Hygienist and owner of Dynamic Dental Hygiene Clinic, is a graduate from Cégep Francois-Xavier-Garneau. She has been practicing hygiene at dental and orthodontic clinics in New Brunswick since 1994.
Chantal completed her self-initiation module in June 2011. This designation permits her to offer services in various practice settings without the supervision of a member of the New Brunswick Dental Society. She is a proud member of the Canadian Dental Hygiene Association, the New Brunswick Dental Hygiene Association and College of New Brunswick Dental Hygienists. Chantal is certified with the National Dental Hygiene Certification Board and Level C CPR/AED with Canadian Red Cross. Chantal has received specialized training in orthodontics and worked in Fredericton as an orthodontic dental hygienist for the last 14 years.
Owning the first dental hygiene clinic in Fredericton allows Chantal the opportunity to be part of her community by offering her clients an alternative method of receiving oral hygiene care.
Chantal is able to offer bilingual service to her clients.