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Staff
Dr. Matthew Saper

Dr. Matthew Saper grew up in Winnipeg, MB playing hockey.  An athletic scholarship took him to Clarkson University in Potsdam, NY. He graduated from Clarkson with a BSc. Engineering & Management. After two more years playing hockey professionally, Dr. Saper attended dental school in Winnipeg at the University of Manitoba. He subsequently attended Harvard School of Dental Medicine for his residency in Post-Doctoral Endodontics.  Upon graduating from Harvard, he and his wife move to Edmonton and where he established his office in November of 2010.

 

In 2016, Dr. Saper moved his practice to the current location, 7019 104th Street and rebranded the practice now called South Edmonton Endodontics.

 

Dr. Saper is currently a Fellow of the Royal College of Dentists of Canada, and a member of both the America and Canadian Endodontic Associations. He is the acting President of the Edmonton District Dental Society.

 

Dr. Saper and his wife recently had their first child, Avery. 

Melissa

Assistant

 

I have been with South Edmonton Endodontics team for 4 years now. After graduating from Confederation College in Thunder Bay Ontario with honors in 2009, I decided to move to Edmonton to start my dental career. I remain a member in good standing with the College of Alberta Dental Assistant Association since 2009. 

 

I am caring and compassionate with the needs of all patients that are presented in our dental chair. I strive to understand patient needs, and to make them as comfortable as possible.

 

Away from work I enjoy animals, outdoor activities such as walking and hiking, trying new restaurants, movies, paint nights and relaxing.

Desiree

Assistant

 

I have been a part of the South Edmonton Endodontic team since 2016. I was born and raised in Edmonton but I wanted to travel around after high school and graduated has a dental assistant from Lake Washington Institute of Technology in 2011 in the greater Seattle area.

 

Patients appreciate and respect my dedication to detail and to providing the time to answer their questions and concerns. I always make patients feel relaxed and at ease.

 

I am a good standing member of the College of Alberta Dental Assistant Association since 2012. In my free time, I love to read and enjoy running.  With my husband I enjoy going to new restaurants, watching movies and camping.