Campus Dentist is open to students, staff, faculty, and the public. We always welcome new patients and emergencies.

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Dental Services

General Dentistry

General dentistry consists a wide range of dental treatments and oral care options, including checkups and cleanings, caps and crowns, cavities and fillings, oral cancer screening, gum disease, and lots more. Our goal at Campus Dentist is to help you maintain proper dental health, which can positively impact your overall health.

Emergency Dentistry

A dental emergency may be a nerve racking experience, even to the bravest of souls.Whatever the case may be, you will require urgent dental care to provide relief and prevent any further consequences to your oral health and your overall well being.

Cosmetic dentistry

Cosmetic dental solutions available today can effectively improve and enhance the appearance of teeth that are stained, discolored, misshapen, chipped, fractured, gapped, crowded or broken down as the result of dental decay.

Periodontal Therapy

Periodontal therapy covers both surgical and non-surgical techniques to restore health to gums, jawbone and over all your oral cavity to prevent tooth loss. This treatment technique removes plaque and calculus by controlling the growth of harmful bacteria and treating conditions that encourage gum disease.


Modern dentistry has redefined the dental solutions available to patients today. Campus Dentist is pleased to customize our recommended treatments using dental products such as nightguards, sports mouthguards, snoring appliances and more.

Oral Health Care and Prevention

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Flossing is a crucial daily step in maintaining good oral hygiene. Dental floss is a thin string that can be waxed, unwaxed, plain or flavoured. The technique can be awkward to do at first, but with practice, flossing will become easier. Proper brushing and flossing can help dislodge food particles stuck between your teeth, which prevents the formation of bacteria and plaque. Read more

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Proper brushing is an essential dental care routine for your teeth and gums. To achieve healthy gums and teeth, the American Dental Association recommends brushing your teeth at least twice daily and replacing your toothbrush every three to four months. In addition, you should use fluoride toothpaste and brush for two minutes every time. Read more

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Fluoride Treatment

You may not know it, but your food has minerals that are important for your oral health. Fluoride is one of those, and they help to keep your teeth healthy. In some way, your teeth also lose minerals resulting in them being more vulnerable to the attacks of bacteria and sugar. If demineralization is left without treatment, it eventually leads to tooth decay. Read more

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Dental sealants are also known as tooth coatings because they cover your tooth with a clear thin coating material. Dentists usually apply them on the chewing surfaces of the molars or back teeth because they are more susceptible to bacteria that may lead to cavities. Once you have sealants, it protects your tooth from the harmful effects of food and bacteria. Read more

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Preventive Program

Good oral hygiene is essential not only for your dental health but also for your overall health and well-being. Our comprehensive dental hygiene program is designed to preserve your teeth and the supporting structures by preventing the onset, progress, and recurrence of dental disease. Read more

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Bad Breath

Bad breath, also known as halitosis, is an unpleasant smell coming from the mouth resulting from an underlying health problem. It can be a temporary problem or a chronic condition that can easily be prevented, managed or treated—several factors including diet, habits, poor oral health and other underlying conditions. In addition to a bad smell in your mouth, you may also notice a bad taste in your mouth. Read more

Dear Friends and Patients -
Chancellors Way Dental is Moving

We are excited to announce that Chancellors Way Dental will be relocating as of September 6th, 2021 (after Labour Day long weekend). We will be merging with our nearby practice of Campus Dentist, located at the University of Guelph in the Student Center on the first level. 

Our new address: Dentist on Campus, University Centre Level 1, University of Guelph, 50 Stone Rd E, Guelph, On N1G 2W1.

You, our valued patients, can be assured that we will continue to practice the same high standard of dentistry with the continuity and expertise of our caring, well-trained, and compassionate staff as you have become accustomed. Our office will continue to provide the best care possible and accept the same insurance plans. We realize that change can be difficult but we hope to make the transition as smooth as possible for you. Our staff will be there to help and we have included all the details regarding our new location, including address, phone number and office hours. It has been a pleasure working with you and we look forward to seeing you at our new location. 

Visits can be requested online,  you can get in touch with us at: or call us at (519) 836-5801. If you have any questions or need any assistance, please don’t hesitate to reach out to us!

Stay healthy, be safe, and don’t forget to brush and floss! We are always accepting new patients and we are so excited that you chose us!


Campus Dentist Team