Dr. El Sebai

Dr. El Sebai obtained an Honours Bachelor of Science degree from McMaster University. He graduated Magna Cum Laude with a DMD degree from Boston University’s prestigious Goldman School of Dental Medicine. Through his frequent participation in continuing education courses, Dr. El Sebai ensures that his patient always receive a high standard of care. He is trained and registered to provide IV conscious sedation or a combination of oral sedation and nitrous oxide for anxious patients undergoing dental treatment. Dr. El Sebai’s main focus is removal of impacted wisdom teeth, dental implants, surgical extractions, dentistry while you sleep (moderate conscious sedation-both oral sedation and IV sedation), bone grafting, and full mouth reconstruction. Dr. El Sebai was successful in completing the American Dental Association’s National Board of Dental Examinations, the Western Regional Examining Board (U.S.A) as well as the National Dental Examining Board of Canada.

Dr. Natalie Arshat

Dr. Natalie Arshat completed her dental education at McGill University in 2016. During her studies, she took an interest in treating children which lead her to complete a one-year general practice residency at the Montreal Children’s Hospital. Her experience has strengthened and refined both her skills and approach to treating children in a dental setting. One of her main goals in practice is to provide dental treatment in a kind and compassionate manner that can alleviate any apprehension a patient may face, regardless of age. Her inherent desire to learn prompts her to keep up-to-date with various topics in dentistry that translate into her daily practice. Since her youth, she has had a fondness to teach and has done so in various fields including English and Sciences. She has carried on this passion into dentistry where she took on the role of clinical instructor to 3rd-year dental students at McGill University during summer clinics. Her upbringing in the United Arab Emirates and years spent in Montreal have made her comfortable communicating in English, Arabic and French.