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Dr. Scott Mollins BSc, DDS
Dr. Scott hails from Summerside and completed a B.Sc with distinction from UPEI in 1984. He graduated from Dalhousie Dental School with numerous prizes and awards in 1988. He is focused on comprehensive and compassionate care, with a special interest in the surgical and non-surgical treatment of gum diseases. Scott is known for his great sense of humour and his ability to put patients at ease.
He is a member of the Canadian Dental Association, the Dental Association of PEI and has served on various dental committees throughout his career. He enjoys participating in motorsports, landscaping, gardening, metal, wood and leather working, stained glass, cycling and scuba diving. Dr. Scott is actively involved with his Church, is a Director for Community Connections, and is a proud member of the Rotary Club of Summerside.
Dr. Rodney Allen BSc, RT, DDS
Dr. Allen graduated from Dalhousie University with a Bachelor of Science degree (Advanced Major in Biology) in 1989 and a Doctor of Dental Surgery degree in 1995. He also graduated in 1991 from the Respiratory Therapy Program at the Victoria General Hospital. Dr. Allen practiced in Nova Scotia and Ontario before moving to Prince Edward Island with his family.
He enjoys all aspects of general dentistry and believes in providing the best possible dental care in a comfortable and relaxed environment. Dr. Allen strives to present treatment options that take individual patient needs into consideration. Special interests include computer assisted dental restorations, root canals and implant dentistry. He is a member of the Canadian Dental Association and the Dental Association of Prince Edward Island. Dr. Allen enjoys sports, snowmobiling and travelling.
Dr. Pierre Brunet BA, DDS
Dr. Brunet graduated from the University of Ottawa in 1966 with a BA in Pre-Med. In 1970 he graduated from University of Toronto with a DDS and interned at the Toronto General Hospital, then went on to Labrador with the International Grenfell Association.
In 1972 he accepted a position with the University of Manitoba where he supervised dentistry and dental hygiene students while providing dental care to the local population of Churchill. After five and a half years he left the North to come east to PEI where he worked in the Children’s Dental Care Program for eight years. He then decided to set up his own bilingual dental practice in Wellington.
Presently he works as an associate dentist with the Dental Centre and also works in the Provincial low income clinic. Pierre is a past president of the Dental Association of PEI, the Summerside Badminton Club, the Provincial Badminton Association, the Summerside Astronomy Club as well as being a member of the Evangeline Richelieu Club.
Pierre enjoys music, photography and badminton. He is married to Anne, has four children and two grandchildren.