Vancouver Centre for Cosmetic and Implant Dentistry

Smile With Confidence.

Experienced Dental Care in Metrotown

We believe in caring for more than just your teeth.

We believe in caring for more than just your teeth.

We are committed to our patients overall health with holistic dental treatments.

At VCCID we focus on our patients’ overall health and wellness. We take a holistic approach and use materials that are safe for the body, non-toxic and non-allergenic. We offer a full range of services, including general dentistry, dental implants, cosmetic dentistry, and family dentistry. Our clinic is easily accessible, conveniently located in Metrotown in Burnaby. Relax, meet our friendly staff and Dr. Balogh, who brings over 30 years of experience to our practice.

About Us

Dr. Peter A. Balogh B.Sc. D.D.S. D.A.B.O.I.

Dr. Balogh

(B.Sc. D.D.S. D.A.B.O.I)

Dr. Balogh is passionate about providing safe, holistic treatments for his patients. He brings an incredible amount of knowledge to VCCID and is experienced in his field. His background is in cosmetic and implant dental.​

Our Team

We have a large team of highly trained dental professionals. Our staff provide patient-focused services and have the experience required to assist you with all of your dental needs.

What our clients say about us

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Metropolis at Metrotown 4800 Kingsway #359, Burnaby
BC V5H 4J2, Canada

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Visit our FAQ page to quickly find answers to common questions from our previous patients.

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Phone: 604-434-0248
Fax: 604-434-8721

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Covid Phase II:  Dental offices reopening


We are “OPEN”


UPDATE May 22 2020


Dear patients:


The BC provincial health officer has given dental offices in BC the green light to reopen under “Phase II” regulations.  These regulations are dictated by WorksafeBC, the provicnical licencing body, the ongoing progression or diminishing of viral cases and current understanding of transmission, particularly in the dental office setting. 


The  greatest risk/concern re further spread of this virus is with those that are currently ill or who may have come into contact with someone who has been ill within the past 14 days. In the dental clinic the  concern is the generation of any aerosols that may contain virus particles.


Therefore when booking appointments  we will ask a series of questions to determine your risk. For those at risk of being Covid positive, treatment will be deferred until  the 14 day risk of transmission has passed. If treatment is of an urgent nature, we have  additional safety measures in place to provide emergency care, assuming it will not create a greater health risk. Alternatively referrals to a hospital may be  recommended for anyone with severe health risks who cannot be treated in office.


For those without contact or risk of Covid, we will be able to book your appointments. Upon arrival to the office you are required to complete a COVID screening  and consent form prior to being seen in the clinic area. The clinical staff will also do an assessment to determine if there is any risk. 


Similarly our staff will also be assessed daily to ensure none are ill or have had contact with a potential case of COVID within the previous 14 days.


We are required to modify our scheduling to allow for continued distancing and other measures to minimize potential spread. Therefore we anticipate a slightly longer waiting period for available appointments until this Phase II is complete.


Our primary concern is your overall health, consequently we have incorporated  additional protocols and precautions during this time to ensure the safety of patients as well as staff from this viral infection.  It involves additional barrier protection, modifying how procedures are done to avoid generating aerosols and sterilization protocols to decontaminate any surfaces that may have come in contact with aerosols. 


The good news is that over the past 50+ years the dental industry has learned to manage and control in-office transmission of many viruses, bacteria and outbreaks of  illnesses, and we anticipate these same protocols  will continue to protect yourselves as well as the staff. As we move through Phase II and  see this pandemic lose its “foothold” we expect we will slowly return to a more normal routine and scheduling of appointments. 


Of course your dental health is also paramount and therefore finding appointments for your care is also essential. Rest assured that we will be following up and contacting anyone who has missed appointments and those that are currently booked in the weeks ahead. 




Dr Peter Balogh and all of us at VCCID