Meet Dr Walsh
Dr. Kevin Walsh graduated from Dalhousie University in Halifax NS in 1990. He began his career practicing dentistry in the Canadian Armed Forces and was stationed to Germany. After 3 years, he and his wife Stacey (a dental hygienist) returned to Nova Scotia and spent a year in Greenwood to complete his commitment. They purchased a small dental practice from Dr. Allan Stewart in 1994 and have been in Windsor ever since. Their two daughters grew up here in Hants county.
He loves his profession and spends many hours continuing his education in the areas of implants, endodontics and surgery. He is an active member of the Atlantic Implant Study Club, the East Coast Endodontic Study Club,and the Canadian Academy of Restorative Dentistry. He is currently serving as the Chair of the Nova Scotia Dental Board effective January 2018 and a clinical evaluator for the National Dental Board Examination since June 2017. He is also a fellow of the Pierre Fauchard Academy and has been inducted into the American Academy of Dentistry and the International Academy of Dentistry.
Outside of work, he belongs to the local Rotary Club, he coordinates the annual Kids Triathlon event, and he volunteers with the provincial dental association. His spare time is spent with his family and/or on his fitness. He loves to swim, bike and run making Triathlons his favorite sport. But to really challenge himself, he loves to summit mountain peaks.In June 2015, Kevin successfully summited Mount McKinley (Denali) in Alaska. In 2017, he climbing to the top of Mount Aconcagua in Argentina. Most recently, he and his wife Stacey trekked Mount Kilimanjaro in February 2019. He is proud to say he has now stood on the highest peak in Africa, North America and South America but there are 4 other mountains calling his name if he hopes to conquer the 7 summits of the world.
He sees life and dentistry as a challenge and embraces every opportunity to improve himself.