When it comes to your oral health, we want you to know what we know – we do this by:
- taking the time to thoroughly explain what we are doing and why we are doing it,
- showing you images of your teeth on state-of-the-art digital x-rays, and
- ensuring that you leave your appointment armed with all the information you require to make the best decision for yourself
Come visit us and see how we’re taking the mystery out of your dental visits. Haven’t been for a checkup in a while? Feeling anxious about a visit? New patients are always welcomed.
We are happy to walk you through the process and answer any questions.
Dr. Christopher Low DMD
Dr. Christopher Low calls Kitsilano his home, having moved to the area with his wife and family a few years ago. He was born and raised in Victoria, British Columbia, and after high school, he studied Biology at the University of Victoria where he earned a Bachelor of Science in 2003. Following undergraduate studies, Christopher’s interest in the biological sciences led him initially to pursue a career in academia, where he began working at the BC Cancer Research Centre studying prostate cancer. His time in research yielded many enjoyable years of study and the completion of a Master’s degree in Oncology from the University of British Columbia (UBC) in 2010.
Later, finding a greater interest in clinical work, he continued his studies and obtained his Doctorate of Dental Medicine from UBC in 2014. He followed this with a year in general practice residency at Montefiore Medical Centre in the Bronx, New York. There he gained considerable experience in all aspects of general dentistry, including treating patients in an emergency setting.
Outside of the dental office, Christopher can likely be found on our local mountains, either mountain biking or snowboarding, or in the city, chasing after his energetic 5-year-old son, Theo and newborn daughter, Georgia.
Dr. Christina Lo DMD
Dr. Christina Lo has practiced dentistry in the Kitsilano area for over 25 years. She obtained a Bachelor of Science in 1989 and a Doctorate of Dental Medicine in 1993 at the University of British Columbia. Her experience prior to private practice included the delivery of dental care to long-term care residents in the Lower Mainland area.
Throughout the years, Christina has acquired extensive knowledge and experience in all aspects of dentistry. Her approach to patient care is one of educating and partnering with patients to optimize their oral health. Her patients also appreciate her gentleness in the delivery of treatment.
Outside of the office, Christina likes exercising, reading, and spending time with friends and family. She also enjoys cooking and helping out at church.