Dr. Gina DevauxDr. Deveaux was born in Glace Bay and graduated from Morrison High School. She received her bachelor’s degree in biology from Acadia University in Nova Scotia and completed her doctor of dental surgery degree at Dalhousie University Dental School in Halifax in1986, at which time she was awarded the University Medal in Dentistry.

She completed all core modules and continues to train at the prestigious Las Vegas Institute for Advanced Dental Studies (LVI). LVI is recognized as the pioneer in live-patient, post-graduate dental training. During her time there, Dr. Deveaux studied advanced functional aesthetics, advanced occlusal and restorative principles, full mouth reconstruction, TMD developmental diagnosis, k7 training (computer-aided occlusal evaluation system), and treatment of sleep-breathing disorders.

Dr. Deveaux opened her practice in 1986. She continues her practice in general dentistry; however, through her continuing training, she is now able to offer her patients treatment in advanced cosmetic and neuromuscular dentistry. She helps patients acquire the great smile that may be hiding behind discolored teeth, misaligned teeth or missing teeth, and she helps other patients find relief from the nagging, debilitating symptoms of temporomandibular joint disease (TMD).

Dr. Deveaux is married to Stephen Deveaux, who currently serves as manager in the office. They have one son, Kurtis. In her free time, Dr. Deveaux enjoys both hockey and golf. In the winter months she is a frequent spectator at the Screaming Eagles games. She also helps organize her son’s sledge hockey team, the Cape Breton Sledgehammers, and plays on her own women’s team, the Screaming Sheagles. Once the weather warms, golf becomes her new passion.

Dr. Deveaux’s office team includes, two hygienists, Shirley and Dawn and two assistant/receptionists, Arlene and Monica. With the exception of Monica, all have been with Dr. Deveaux for more than 15 years. You’ll find each of them happy to assist you in achieving your greatest dental expectations.