Nicole Brunelle, RDH
Nicole graduated as a Registered Dental Hygienist in 1985 from St. ClairÂ College of Applied Arts and Technology in Windsor, Ont. She is French speaking.
In 1987 Nicole received extensive training in clinical application and theory of orthodonctic dentistry (braces), and was laterÂ certifiedÂ with the International Association of Orthodontics.
InÂ 1998, Nicole graduated with Honours fromÂ the Restorative Dental Hygiene Program (RRDH)Â at George Brown College in Toronto.
Attending Conferences and completing courses asÂ a member with the International Acadamy of Biological Dentistry and Medicine (IABDM) in 2012 hasÂ brought Nicole into an exciting field of dentistry that is true to who she is, that being a â€˜whole-body’ practitioner. This area of study considers the entire body’s health when treating the mouth. The body and mouth are connected. What weÂ Dental Professionals doÂ orally, the products, treatment philosophy and differing methodsÂ used, will inevitably have either a positive or negative effect on the rest of the body.
It is through this whole-body approach that Nicole’s clientele greatly benefit. Her desire to practice dental hygiene in the way she strives to live (that is reducing the daily, unwanted chemical insult on one’s body) is a â€˜natural’ fit.
Nicole has aÂ great understanding of treatment modalities of tmj, orthodontic and restorative procedures. She is passionate about biological dentistry and is able to share with you it’s importance.
It is the experience, skill set and continuing education thatÂ Nicole’s clients appreciate and learn from.