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GrowWell Patient Feedback Survey Results

The results are in from our GrowWell patient survey. The people have spoken — and we’re delighted that they feel well served by Archer Dental.
Archer Dental is always looking for ways to better serve our patients. To that end, we’ve partnered with GrowWell – an independent, third-party patient feedback service — to help us improve the quality of our services.

If you are curious here is a full breakdown of the questions and customer feedback: Archer Dental – Feedback Report – Rosedale (Web Summary)

Dr. Archer’s Bad Dental Habits on Rogers TV

Dr. Natalie Archer Returns to Rogers TV for a segment on Downright Domestic about Bad Dental Habits. Learn about things that you do that maybe you should think twice about! Here are the dates/times it will air on Rogers TV:

  • Wednesday January 14, 9:30pm
  • Thursday January 15, 1:30am, 11am, 7:30pm
  • Friday January 16, 5:30am, 8:30am
  • Monday January 19, 5:30am
  • Tuesday January 20, 5pm
  • Wednesday January 21, 1:30pm

You can also watch the Video on Youtube:

Video: Dr. Archer with hero Hazel McCallion

Dr. Natalie Archer was thrilled to have the opportunity to sit down with famed mayor Hazel McCallion recently to talk about life and public service. Here’s the interview.

Video: Random Acts of Kindness

Archer Dental is proud to participate in the Random Act of Kindness Day for 2014 which is being held on Friday November 7th. View the video to learn more about this family and how our story began. Search online for Archer Dental to donate or learn how to submit your story.

Healthy Mouth, Healthy Body: Essential Tips for Elder Dental Care

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In Spring 2014, Dr. Natalie Archer wrote an article in Long Term Care Magazine speaking to the direct connection between oral health and overall health, especially in the elderly. Click here to read the full article and learn some essential tips for elder dental care.

D.E.A.R Webinar Series

We are pleased to introduce our D.E.A.R Webinar Series which outlines the issue of dental elder abuse and the importance of dental advance care planning.