Meet Our Doctors
Our friendly doctors and office staff are always happy to assist new and existing patients throughout their dentist visits. They will help arrange and manage your appointments and follow-up visits and answer any questions and concerns that you may have.
Dr. Azim Parekh, DDS
Dr. Parekh graduated with a Bachelor of Science and majored in Mathematics and Physical Chemistry with a minor in Astronomy from the University of Toronto. He later Graduated with Honors from the University of Western Faculty of Dentistry in 1996. Dr. Parekh lives by the business philosophy of dentistry prevention. He is renowned for his exceptional chair side manner and loves to impart his wisdom in educating his patients on the best oral care for them. Even children love coming to see him! He is an expert in many dentistry fields, has extensive training and continues to educate himself in all the new technologies and dental advancements. Dr. Parekh not only wants to see you have a great smile but also wants to make a difference in the lives of every patient he sees.
Dr. Douglas Musseau, DDS
Dr. Musseau is a graduate of Dalhousie University School of Dentistry in Halifax, Nova Scotia. A native of Port Aux Basques, Newfoundland, Dr. Musseau began practicing in General Dentistry in Grand Falls-Windsor, Newfoundland in 1983. Over the years he has been very involved in Continuing Education and he enjoys the challenge of creating beautiful and natural smiles for his patients. Dr. Musseau has studied Cranial Sacral Therapy at the Upledger Institute in Florida. He has also studied Temporal Mandibular Joint and Cranial Facial Pain. He has done numerous programs in Aesthetic & Therapeutic Dentistry along with Fixed and Functional Orthodontics and Orthopedics and Oral Sedation. Through the knowledge and experience gained from continuing education, he is able to provide a broad range of services to his patients.
Dr. Musseau is a member of the International Association for Orthodontics, The Academy of General Dentistry, the American Academy of Craniofacial Pain, The Canadian Dental Association and The Newfoundland Dental Association.
An Inspiring Story
Dr. Musseau’s path to dentistry was an unusual one. Were it not for sheer determination and a great deal of commitment, he might have remained an employee of CN Rail. But thankfully for all his patients, he enrolled in the University of Moncton and subsequently transferred to Memorial University in St. John’s, Newfoundland, for a pre-dentistry program. While working three evenings a week and on weekends with CN, he completed his program at MUN and was accepted at the Dalhousie University (DAL) School of Dentistry. While attending DAL, he continued to work part-time with university security services, with CN in the summer and also as a handyman whenever he could take on additional work. His graduation in 1983 was a welcome reprise from eight long years of work, study and commitment.
He maintains a high regard for life-long learning and a respectful dedication to his chosen profession. He often recalls how along the path people, including his family, simply told him it couldn’t be done. With no background in chemistry, physics or biology, and work experience as a ticket agent and machinist, setting his sights on dentistry was a foolish dream. Well, Dr. Musseau is convinced that foolish dreams can become fulfilling professions with the desire to succeed.