About Us

Dr. Holly Dunlop

Dr. Dunlop obtained her DMD degree at the University of Saskatchewan College of Dentistry in 2003.

Since 2003 Dr. Dunlop has been involved in general dental practice, as well as teaching with the University of Saskatchewan College of Dentistry in both the pediatric and prosthodontic departments.  While living for two years in California, she worked in private practice as well as taught in an Advanced General Dentistry program of the University of the Pacific Dental School in San Francisco.

Dr. Dunlop is very happy to practice dentistry in her hometown of Saskatoon.  She strives to continue providing patients with comprehensive dental care in a relaxed and family-focused atmosphere.

Dr Dunlop is a member of the Canadian Dental Association, Saskatoon Dental Society, as well as the Women Entrepreneurs of Saskatchewan. She speaks English and French.


Dr. Joanna Mok

Dr. Joanna Mok obtained a B.Sc in Physiology at McGill University before entering dentistry.  She then went on to graduate with honours from McGill Dentistry in 2007, and completed a General Practice Residency at the Montreal General Hospital the following year.  She practiced in both Montreal and then Ottawa before joining Willowgreen Dental.

Dr. Mok is a member of the Canadian Dental Association, the College of Dental Surgeons of Saskatchewan, the Royal College of Dental Surgeons of Ontario and the Order of Dentists of Quebec.

Dr. Mok has four little boys and they are happy to now call Saskatoon home.  In her spare time, she enjoys spending time outdoors with her children. She is also involved in their extra-curricular activities, taking them to their violin, piano and swimming lessons.

Dr. Mok speaks English, French, Mandarin, and German.


Dr. Kimberely Hunter

Kimberley Hunter grew up in Regina and moved to Saskatoon in 2000 and has called it home ever since. She worked as a dental assistant for several years, gaining invaluable experience in general dentistry,

During her time as a student at the College of Dentistry, she was recognized with several awards, including the Komiyama Birdman Award in infection control, two University of Saskatchewan awards for undergraduate academic achievement, Professor’s Prize in Pharmacology, American Association of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons Dental Student Award, and the Dr. Kirk Johnston Spirit of Dentistry Memorial Award.

Kim is a member of the Canadian Dental Association, the College of Dental Surgeons of Saskatchewan, the Saskatoon Dental Society and has been a part-time clinical instructor of operative and pediatric dentistry at the University of Saskatchewan and has a passion for working with children.

She is a grateful mother of two sons and a poodle, and loves spending time outdoors in northern Saskatchewan.