Dr. Kawal Sasan DDS
Dr. Steve Cremasco DDS

Since 1979, Central Guelph Dentistry has maintained firm commitment to providing quality and affordable dental care to the community. We strive to be the best dentist in the Guelph, ON area and provide excellent service for all our patients! 

Our dental procedures are less invasive because we are always mindful of your situation. We understand your anxieties and fears when visiting a dentist, so we made our clinic a soothing and relaxing environment. We utilize the latest development in dentistry to give you an accurate diagnosis and effective treatment. We listen to all your needs and answer all your questions. At Central Guelph Dentistry, we care for you and your family. 

Here at Central Guelph Dentistry, your comfort in every stage of oral treatment is our priority. Our services include family and cosmetic dentistry, orthodontics, root canals, restorative dentistry, and sedation dentistry. We also offer some emergency dentistry services. 

We love to see you smile with confidence as you meet your social responsibilities. Our staffs are ready to welcome you in a warm and friendly environment.

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Meet The Doctors

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  • Dr.
    Steve Cremasco DDS

    Dr. Steven F. Cremasco was born and raised in Guelph. In 1974, he graduated from the University of Guelph with a Bachelor of Science. In 1978, he graduated from the University of Western Ontario where he received his Doctor of Dental Surgery. He associated his profession in London for a year then set-up his own clinic at Guelph

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  • Dr.
    Kawal Sasan

    Dr. Kawal Sasan has graduated from the University of Toronto. She has been in dental practice for the past 20 years in Oakville.

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What Our Clients Say About Us

    You guys have totally changed the way I feel about going to the dentists. I have never worn a smile as confident as the one I have right now. Thank you very much for taking care of my teeth

    Sandy Waltz

    The moment I entered your clinic, it was great. The staff were warm and accommodating. Your hygienist was very friendly and the dentist too. I will definitely recommend you to a bunch of my friends and my colleagues at work.

    Danny Stan

    I love my smile right now. Before, I was not fond of smiling because I was too shy with my teeth. But after I had my implants at your clinic, life has never been the same for me. I have a lot of friends now than I’ve have had in my life.

    Chelsie Kran

    I was looking for the best dental clinic for months now and I have finally found it. Thank you so much for making my life happier. I will definitely recommend Central Guelph Dentistry to my family and friends.

    Eddie Warner

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