At Dr. Nathan Grebe & Associates we take great care in ensuring your children’s comfortability is taken into consideration. We understand that going to the dentist can cause your child some anxiousness, and we take all measures to make it the best experience it can possibly be.
If your child has a lot of anxiety, or needs an extensive procedure performed, sedation dentistry might be perfect for your child. We offer sedation and restorative dentistry for children and adults. There are 3 main types of sedation dentistry that we use for children and by discussing your child’s needs we can best decide which method makes the most sense.
Dr. Grebe obtained his dental degree in Johannesburg, South Africa, from the University of the Witwatersrand in 1993, and moved to Canada in 2002 with his family. That family has now grown to six children! He was a partner at Ottawa Heritage Dental in Kitchener for five years, and spent time in Burlington, Mississauga, Hamilton, Stoney Creek, Thorold and Fort Frances, before eventually moving to Chelmsford.
Although Dr. Grebe practices all aspects of dentistry, he has a special interest in oral and periodontal surgery. Dr. Grebe is qualified to practice in South Africa, England, Portugal and Canada, and continues to take post education courses to further his knowledge in order to be able to continually offer his patients the highest standards of service, and the best quality treatment. There is a certain closeness that can only develop in a small community and Dr. Grebe is proud to be a part of the Chelmsford community. Dr. Grebe strives to create a positive influence in the lives of his patients. Dentistry can change lives in many ways and Dr. Grebe is passionate about caring, helping and giving to his patients and to the community. Dr. Grebe and his wife Holly, absolutely love the north, and are involved in different community initiatives. When not at work, he spends time with Holly, and his children, Danielle, Jonathan, Ryland, Jazmyne, Nickolas, Matteo and his two dogs, Jagger and Comet.