Our Team

At Tri Town Dental our mission is to provide friendly, professional and complete dental services that encourage our patients to take an active role in caring for their teeth and gums. In our warm environment, you will find that our staff is extremely approachable and helpful throughout your entire visit.


Dr. Duncan Cameron


Dr. Cameron needs very little introduction for he has been a stalwart member of our community for many years. He has practiced Dentistry for over forty years and yet brings youthful enthusiasm as well as this vast experience to each of his patients. His obvious compassion and professionalism are the hallmarks of his career. A true Renaissance man Duncan is also an award winning nature photographer, tournament bridge player, scuba diver, fly fisherman and ocean racer. Dr. Cameron has special interests in functional orthodontics for children and the symptomatic treatment of adults in chronic pain.

 

Michelle Dumais – Registered Dental Hygienist (RDH)
 

I was born and raised in Haileybury and was happy to come back to Northern Ontario in 1992 to work as a Registered Dental Hygienist. I went to La Cite Collegiale in Ottawa where I studied Dental Assisting as well as Dental Hygiene. Knowing how hard and important it is to get continuing education in Northern Ontario, I am the Co-Founder of Northern Dental Education which brings speakers to the area twice a year to help me provide the most current treatment for my clients.
 
When I am not working, I am busy with my two children – bringing them to either hockey or baseball. In my spare time I enjoy volleyball, baseball and being with family and friends.


Isabelle Robert-Breault - Registered Dental Hygienist (RDH)

Isabelle Graduated from College Boreal in Sudbury as a Registered Dental Hygienist in 2006.Since her graduation she has been practicing her profession in both Ottawa and Timmins and has gained valuable experience and knowledge which she is eager to employ to help maintain and improve the health of her clients at Tri Town Dental.  "I am excited to be back in my husband's hometown. It has been a very rewarding first year back  as we welcomed our wonderful son into the world but after a much enjoyed year of maternity leave I think it is time to get back to my profession". Born and raised in Hearst she is a true northerner. "I spend most of my time with my family either camping, fishing, kayaking hunting or travelling. I believe in a healthy and happy lifestyle." she says. 


Anne Duval – Certified Dental Assistant (CDA)
 


I graduated with honours from the dental assisting program at Canadore College in 1995. I have worked in several dental offices over the years, but am fortunate now to be back in my hometown.
 
When I am not at work you can find my husband and I cheering on our two daughters at hockey and during the summer months we enjoy spending time with family and friends at the cottage.





Veronique Lachapelle – Hygiene Consultant
 


I am new to the team at Tri-Town Dental and to the dental field. I work as one of the receptionists and I am currently learning how the program works and all the steps there are to take to ensure that every client experience is a great one. I really enjoy working with a team of people who obviously love what they do; which is taking care of our clients’ smiles.
 
I am married and a mother to three beautiful children and enjoy every minute I have with my family.



Kayleen Little – Receptionist/Administrative Assistant
 


I graduated from Canadore College with a diploma in Medical Administrative Assistant in 1986. I joined the practice in 1992. Obviously I enjoy helping people in a friendly and cheerful manner.
 
In my spare time I enjoy co-ed volleyball, fishing and camping. I also enjoy spending time with my six special grandchildren, family and friends.