Admirals Walk Dental – Dentists Victoria BC

dentists victoria bcDentist: Jim Nelson BSc MSc DMD. Dr. Nelson graduated from the University of British Columbia dental school in 2006 and completed a one year general practice residency at the University of Texas Health Science Center in San Antonio. During his training and residency, Dr. Nelson excelled at making his patients feel comfortable during procedures and developing strong patient-dentist relationships. Upon completion of training, Dr. Nelson moved to Victoria and has enjoyed working and living in Victoria. In his spare time, he is active training with the local triathlon community.

dentists vicotoria bcCertified Dental Assistant: Jennifer Reid CDA, Jennifer graduated with honors as a CDA in 2007 from the College of New Caledonia in Prince George BC.  Jennifer has worked with Dr. Nelson for over 3 years and in that time has built a positive working relationship where delivering quality dental care is a number one priority.   Jennifer is absolutely passionate about her job and it reflects onto our patients as it puts them at ease in the dental chair. When not in the clinic you will most likely find her in the swimming pool where she competes at a Provincial, National and International level with the Victoria Masters Swim Club.

dentists in langford bcReceptionist: Beverly Lloyd, I am passionate about contributing to a positive environment where happy, healthy and empowered people share their unique talents. Admirals Walk Dental was appealing to me because of its keen focus on optimal patient care and prevention through practical health. I love working in a positive environment with genuine caring and friendly people.  When I’m not sharing my administrative skills you may find me leading group fitness classes, cycling, running Elk Lake, walking my dog ‘Ava’, or just wandering around this beautiful city.  My favorite things include: farmer’s markets, live music, laughing, dancing, hot springs, and gardens.

Dental Hygienist: Emily Paul Dip. DH RDH. Emily graduated with distinction from the dental hygiene program at Vancouver Community College in 2012.  She then moved back home to Victoria, excited to pursue her new career in the dental profession.  She is a strong believer in individualizing patient care.  She is happy to spend the time to help her patients find the most effective way for them to care for their mouth and answer any questions they may have.  In her free time, Emily loves to photograph the beautiful scenery of the Island, try new and interesting restaurants, and spend time with family and friends.