White Rock Dental Group was established in 1967 by a group of White Rock dentists committed to advancing dental care in their community. We invite you to come discover why our group has grown to become one of the largest independent (owner-operated ) dental clinics in the lower mainland, serving many generations of South Surrey and White Rock families. Dr. Regan, Dr. Hird and Dr. Duprat are proud to carry on the legacy.
If you have a connection to the group, or maybe you or a family member used to work here, please write to us and share your stories. We’d love to hear from old friends!
At a ceremony in Toronto ON this weekend, Dr. Hird was inducted as a Fellow into the International College of Dentists (ICD). The ICD is a worldwide honorary dental organization established in 1927 with over 11,000 active members.
Fellowship in the College is by invitation only and is granted in recognition of an individual dentist’s “outstanding professional achievement, meritorious service and dedication to the continued progress of dentistry for the benefit of humankind.” Prior to being recognized as a Fellow of the ICD, the candidate’s qualifications and achievements are evaluated by a series of credential committees in order to insure that he or she is deserving of this honour and will live up to the ICD motto of “Recognizing Service and the Opportunity to Serve”. Congratulations Dr. Hird!
The 35th Annual Tour de White Rock, one of Canada's primary cycling events, happens this weekend. Once again, White Rock Dental Group is proud to be a Silver Sponsor of an event that showcases our beautiful seaside community and also promotes healthy living. Events start tomorrow, running July 11-13th. Visit tourdewhiterock.ca for details!
Dr. Hird attended the Pacific Dental Conference gala fundraiser at the Vancouver Convention Centre on March 8th which benefited the UBC Dentistry Community Outreach Programs.
These programs provide unique learning opportunities for dental students to expand skills beyond the UBC campus and develop their own sense of social responsibility. As well, the programs provide free oral health care and education to a wide demographic of people in need – children, elders, new immigrants, the working poor, medically compromised people, people challenged with drug and alcohol abuse, those escaping various forms of abuse, First Nations – both locally and provincially.