We’re conveniently located across from the Whistler Library at 4308 Main Street, Suite #4.

Since 1993, Whistler Dental has been providing the highest quality of dental care, setting standards of excellence in dentistry and customer service.  Our team welcomes clients from all parts of the world who come to enjoy both the best possible dental care and the natural beauty of our surrounding Coast Mountains.  Our patients are our most precious asset and we thank you for the confidence you continuously place in us by trusting our office to serve your oral health care needs.

If you are looking for a high volume, drill and fill type practice, then our practice is not for you.  We offer advanced treatment options not typically found in most dental offices. Our goal is to provide extraordinary dental care to patients who can appreciate the difference… and we guarantee you will feel the difference.

Whether you are looking for a brand new smile or just the finest in routine dental care, we are here to exceed your expectations.  We strive for perfection and only accept excellence, so be prepared to become very excited about your smile!

Our team has had extensive training in most disciplines of dentistry enabling us to provide you all that dentistry has to offer in one location.  There is no need for extra travel times, unfamiliar offices and multiple dentists.  The treatment provided is based on our constant updated knowledge of techniques and materials in combination with clinical expertise, enthusiasm and integrity.  Our goal is to enhance our patient’s quality of life, health and self-image by providing them with the most advanced dental care in a caring and respectful atmosphere.  We treat our patients like family.

We always provide our patients with open and honest discussions about their diagnosis and treatment options.
We work to educate our patients so they can take an active role in their treatment.

Please explore each section to learn more about our dedication to your smile…

Recent Community Blog Posts

 

7 Photo-Worthy Places in Whistler That Will Make You Smile

Whether a full-time Whistler resident, weekender, or tourist passing by, there are a handful of iconic Whistler landmarks that make picture post-card memories. If you’ve yet to visit, or have not yet added these shots to your photo collection, why not snap some memories from these recognizable spots in Whistler. Not only will they provide the perfect backdrop to some stunning photos, they will naturally evoke that cheek to cheek grin.

Inukshuks

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The Inukshuk, which is a native symbol which identifies landmarks and waterholes, became famous in Whistler around the same time as the Winter 2010 Olympics. This meaningful symbol was the signature emblem of the Olympic games which has deep significance for the people of Whistler, both indigenous and non-indigenous. The iconic Inukshuks can be found at the entrance to Whistler Village as a welcoming symbol for all who arrive to the resort town. At the top of the Whistler Village Gondola there is another Inukshuk perched on a cliff overlooking the mountain ranges. This is one of the favourite mountain-top photo spots in Whistler.

Olympic Rings

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The Whistler Olympic Rings which stand proudly near Olympic Village have to be the most popular photo-op spot in all of Whistler. It’s hard to miss these beaming Olympic Rings which stand over twelve feet tall at the North end of Whistler Village. There is also another set of Olympic Rings on the Dave Murray Downhill Run on Whistler Mountain. These rings are green in colour and were meant to celebrate the 2010 Olympics which were the ‘greenest’ most environmentally conscious games at the time.

Black Tusk

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The Black Tusk is one of the most distinguishable mountains in BC. The ‘Tusk’ which reaches to heights of 2,319m above sea level can be viewed from a variety of places in the Sea to Sky Corridor. On sunny, cloudless days the landmark is visible far in the distance. For the best photo of the Black Tusk a hike up to Garibaldi Lake is required. This is about a 3-hour intermediate-advanced hike which will bring you to a crystal clear blue lake from which the Tusk is clearly visible. Some other great vantage points to photograph the Black Tusk include the top of Whistler Mountain or from Squamish, the top of the Stawamus Chief.

Brandywine Falls

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The photo-worthy Brandywine Falls is worth the stop on the drive to Whistler. Located about 10 minutes south of Whistler, it’s a short 10-minute easy walk to the viewing platform where Brandywine Falls can be admired. The beautiful waterfall encapsulates everything you’d want in a stunning waterfall setting. Jagged rock-faces surrounding a pristine yet powerful waterfall, which plummets into an unspoiled glacial fed river. This magnificent display of nature’s finest beauty just begs a frame-worthy photo.

Peak 2 Peak

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The famous Peak 2 Peak gondola is another spot to add to your Whistler photo bucket-list. Take the Whistler Village Gondola to mid-station and then step inside the world-record setting Peak 2 Peak; the longest unsupported span in the world which carries you from Whistler Mountain to Blackcomb Mountain. The 360 degree mountain views are spectacular and if you’re not too nervous to look down, the view to the Valley floor is equally impressive. For ultimate photo opportunities wait for the silver gondola which has a glass bottom!

Lost Lake

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Lost Lake in the summer time is the ultimate Whistler photo. The azure blue waters, surrounded by mountain-scapes and dotted with happy sun worshipers always makes a memorable photo. You can walk the circumference of the lake for different vantage points. In the winter, Lost Lake provides some great cross country skiing and is an ideal place for a picture getting the slopes of Whistler Blackcomb in the background.

The Village Bridges

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Photo Credit: Tourism Whistler/ Mike Crane

Whistler Village is always bursting with activities and the Village bridges are one of the most popular places to stop, take in the atmosphere, and snap up some photos. The bridges connect the North and South Village and are easy to find on the Village stroll. Whether strolling from the slopes to Apres, stopping at shops or walking the dog, make sure to stop at the Whistler Village Bridges for an iconic Whistler photo.

At Whistler Dental we are passionate about Whistler and love making people smile. Each year we help people discover smiles that they can be proud of. Want to know what your best smile looks like? Come see the friendly staff at Whistler Dental and let us show you!


Why We Love Springtime in Whistler

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March is here and although we still have a couple months left of the ski season, Spring is on our doorstep and there are plenty of things to be excited about! Over the years Whistler has transformed from a sleepy mountainside town, to a thriving winter destination and is now considered a world-class all season resort. Here at Whistler Dental we delight in the changing of the seasons with something new to look forward to every quarter. So what are our favourite things about Springtime? Let us share them with you.

The re-emergence of life

 

Whistler’s winter forces the local animal inhabitants and plant-life into a long hibernation as the area turns dormant when covered by a thick blanket of snow. As the snow melt begins in the Valley, the flowers and plant-life re-emerge in a magnificent bloom of colours, textures and aromas. Bears begin waking from their winter slumber, and birds return after their migration to the warmer winds of the south. This spectacular beauty of Whistler's transformation into spring is reinvigorating for the spirit.

Intersection of winter and summer sports

 

With Whistler Blackcomb open for skiing and riding until May, and the Whistler Bike Park opening around the same time, Spring is an exciting time for outdoor enthusiasts. Mountain biking around the Valley becomes accessible in Spring and south of Whistler there are plenty of trails clear of snow. As the days get longer and the sun shines stronger, Whisterlites spend more time outside doing the sports and activities that they enjoy.

Sun-drenched patio weather

Nothing beats a day on the mountain followed by an après session on a sun soaked patio. There are plenty of patios around Whistler Village that are great meeting places made even better by a warm springtime day. Enjoy the Canadian classic patio combination of Caesars and nachos. Nothing tastes better on a spring afternoon.

Extended daylight hours

The days are getting longer and this fact alone gives plenty of reason to rejoice. As we head towards summer the longer days create greater opportunities for outdoor adventure, exploration and socializing. The extra dose of daily vitamin D injects everyone with a spring in their step which is noticeable whether strolling Whistler Village, on the Valley trail or hitting the slopes of Whistler Blackcomb.

Not-to-miss dining specials

Spring is the season of dining specials in Whistler! From late April onwards many Whistler restaurants offer incredible dining specials including three course lobster meals for $39, five course menus for under $50 and plenty more. Spring is an excellent time to try that famous Whistler restaurant that you’ve been craving.

The Team at Whistler Dental hope you are just as excited about the spring season as we are. A friendly reminder to make sure you’re up to date with your dental check-ups and if you are looking for that local Whistler dental office that has a personalized family-friendly feel yet features state of the art treatments and technology, make sure to check us out!

 


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