Dr. Colin Nash was born and raised in Whitehorse, Yukon. Dr. Nash graduated from F. H. Collins in 1994. After graduation, he attended the University of Alberta where he obtained his Bachelor of Science degree in Cell Biology. He continued his studies to obtain a Doctor of Dental Surgery degree in 2004. Dr. Nash then moved back to Whitehorse and joined Dr. Jacobs at Whitehorse Dental. If Colin is not at work, you can find him at the rink where he is either coaching his children in hockey or playing his own game of recreational hockey.
Dr. Steve Jacobs graduated from the University of British Columbia in 1996. After graduation, Dr. Jacobs moved to Whitehorse and joined the practice of Whitehorse Dental. Dr. Jacobs has been at Whitehorse Dental for the past 24 years. He is active in the community with his children or playing music.
Dr. Nash and Dr. Jacobs along with Dr. Jason Otterbein purchased Pine Dental Clinic in March 2019. The three of them operate the two clinics. Whitehorse residents are very fortunate to have the three caring dentists working together to provide quality service to our community.
Tracey Twa RDH was born and raised in Ontario and graduated from George Brown College in 1991. After graduation, Tracey and her husband moved to Whitehorse and have been proud Yukoners for 24 Years.
Preet Gill RDH was born in India and moved to Surrey, BC as a teenager. Preet attended the Canadian College of Dental Health where she graduated as a Dental Hygienist. In 2006, she moved to Whitehorse.
Dasom Lucia Gray RDH obtained a Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Alberta and later attended Vancouver College of Dental Hygiene. In 2016, she moved to Whitehorse and started working at Whitehorse Dental. If Lucia is not at work, you can find her on the trails or travelling the world.
Our dental care centre is a part of various community organizations. We are proud to be an annual sponsor of:
Whitehorse Minor Hockey
It is a local association that develops, trains and organizes children’s hockey leagues throughout the Yukon region.
The Big Band
A local jazz band that has been around since 1990 and plays throughout the Yukon for various functions, including The Christmas Gala and The RCMP Centennial Reunion.