Dr. Terrie Logue Graduated from the Dalhousie Dental School 1985, Doctor of Dental Surgery and again in 1991, Certificate of Periodontics. In 1993 she earned membership in the Royal College of Dentists of Canada, as periodontist. Dr. Logue has been Assistant Professor at Dalhousie’s School of Dentistry since 1991. Beginning her clinical practice as a periodontist with Dr. Noel Andrews, in the Stern’s Corner Professional Center, Dartmouth in 1991, she subsequently relocated the practice to Victoria Road with Dr.’s Antonio Rocha and Debora Matthews in 2003. Dr. Logue is Past President of the Nova Scotia Dental Association (2010-2011) and Past President of the Annapolis Valley Regional Dental Society (1994), Atlantic Society of Periodontics (1993-1996, 2009-2010), and the Canadian Academy of Periodontology (2001-2002).
Dr. Debora Matthews is Professor and Chair, Department of Dental Clinical Sciences at Dalhousie University, Halifax, Nova Scotia. She practiced general dentistry for 12 years before beginning her academic career. She received her Diploma in Periodontics from University of Toronto and a Master’s degree in Health Research Methodology from the Department of Clinical Epidemiology and Biostatistics at McMaster University.