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About Dr. Eguren
Dr. Juan Carlos Eguren is a general practitioner. He was born in Lima, Peru where he completed the majority of his education. After graduation from Claretiano High School in Lima he enrolled at the Peruvian University in Cayetano Heredia, attaining his Bachelor of Sciences degree. Dr. Eguren continued his education at the Peruvian University Cayetano Heredia where he achieved his Doctor of Dental Sciences degree.
Dr. Eguren is married and has 3 children. He is a sports enthusiast who enjoys soccer, tennis and is an avid hockey fan. He is also a member of the Royal Glenora Club.
Professional affiliations include the Canadian Dental Association, the Alberta Dental Association and College, the International Association of Orthodontics, the American Academy of Cranio-facial Pain and the Edmonton District Dental Association. He has a special interest in the Centro Ann Sullivan del Peru – a center of education for children with special abilities.
Each of our staff is highly trained and very proficient in their area of service. We work as a team to create a warm and caring environment with an emphasis on you, the patient. Each staff member attends continuing education courses to stay current with the latest treatment procedures, techniques and technology.
You will always be greeted by one of our staff at each visit to our office. You will always be escorted to the exam, consult or treatment areas at each visit. Always feel free to ask any questions you may have.
We also believe in excellence in communications. We will make every effort to clearly communicate with you throughout treatment, explaining each step as you progress. Because each of us is unique and no two individuals are exactly alike, no dental problem or treatment plan is exactly the same. Existing tooth position, facial structure, jaw bone density, even tooth shape and size all must be considered when developing an appropriate treatment plan. Our comprehensive diagnosis will provide the information Dr. Eguren requires in order to create a treatment plan. Only after we have considered all of the options will we make a recommendation.