Dr Erica F Doucet DDS
Dr. Doucet has a passion for dentistry and is committed to providing the patient with quality care. She is caring and dedicated to providing a gentle dental experience. She provides thorough exams including oral cancer screening and tailored treatment planning. She is also very ethically minded and takes all possible steps to provide informed consent, taking her time to explain in layman’s terms the treatment options available.
Dr. Doucet is a standing member of the Canadian Dental Association and the Nova Scotia Dental Association. She also volunteers her time at local elementary schools educating children on oral health care.
Dr. Doucet is a general family dentist; she graduated with a Doctor of Dental Surgery Degree from Dalhousie University in 2004.
She was born and raised with her two sisters in and around Fredericton, New Brunswick and received her Undergraduate Bachelor of Science degree in Biology and Chemistry from the University of New Brunswick.
Her education, however, does not stop there; she continues to attend courses in all fields of dentistry to stay atop the latest advances. From Orthodontics, Sleep apnea, Pharmacology, to Implants, Endodontics (Root Canals), Paediatrics, and everything in between.
Dalhousie University, Dentistry class of 2004
Woodlawn Dental Centre, 599 Portland Street, Dartmouth Nova Scotia, B2W 2M5
Joined the practice of Dartmouth N.S. dentist, Dr. Paul Downing in 2006.
Has been involved in organized dentistry since 2004.
- Doctor of Dental Surgery – Dalhousie University
- Bachelor of Science – University of New Brunswick
- Canadian Dental Association
- Nova Scotia Dental Association
- Halifax County Dental Society
- International Association for Orthodontics
- Nitrous Oxide qualified
When not in the office Dr. Doucet can be found biking, skiing, running, or adventure racing.
In 2008 she cycled from Halifax to Texas to raise money for cancer research with the Tony Griffin Foundation (Give To Live). She also participates regularly in the “Run for the Cure” for breast cancer research.