ABOUT PORT COQUITLAM

Port Coquitlam officially incorporated shortly after Coquitlam in 1913. The area was mostly farmland for years, but has evolved into a suburban community similar to its namesake neighbour. Originally settled by the Coast Salish People, Port Coquitlam borders the Pitt River and is part of the Tri-Cities as well as a member of Greater Vancouver. The city has a population of over 56,000 and continues to grow as many continue to move into the suburbs to raise their families and pursue their careers. Port Coquitlam supports several industries such as metal fabrication, technology companies, and transportation. The city was the home of Terry Fox, who ran across Canada to raise funds for Cancer awareness in 1980. In 1990, Port Coquitlam saw an immigration boom and is now home to a large population of Chinese, Korean and South Asian families.

OUR COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT

Fremont Dental now offers residents state-of-the-art dental care in Port Coquitlam. As members of the 123 Dentist Network, Fremont Dental employs experienced dentists with services in both general and cosmetic dentistry. During Oral Cancer Awareness Month, Port Coquitlam dentists at Fremont Dental offer free oral cancer screenings and raise money for cancer research. Many of our offices have staff on hand that speak languages other than English. So, if you've got a loved one who's reluctant to visit the dentist due to a language barrier, use the search filters below to find a local dentist who speaks their language.

OUR CHARITABLE WORK

For Port Coquitlam dentists at Fremont Dental, giving back to the community is essential to being part of it. Every year, Fremont Dental helps 123 Dentist raise money for Oral Cancer Awareness Month and takes part in sponsoring sports teams and the 123 Dentist Emergency Line, which offers patients free, 24/7 access to a dental professional. Drop by the clinic during Halloween to participate in our Candy Buy Back Program to support the development of healthier smiles and join us in food drives during the month of December to support local families in need.