Dr. Jenny Doerksen

Victoria Station Dental


Dr. Jenny Doerksen

Dr. Jenny Doerksen was born in South Korea, and immigrated to Alberta with her family when she was in grade 7. She graduated from the University of Alberta Dentistry program in 2013, and is happily married
to a wonderful man (Courtney Doerksen) from her dental class. She is proud to live and work in this exceptional and beautiful province and has been practicing general dentistry in Red Deer/Calgary since 2013. Dr. Jenny loves doing general dentistry such as restorative, root canal therapy, extraction, diagnosis and paediatric dental work.

Dr. Jenny Doerksen is motivated to improve people’s smiles, confidence, and aesthetics and puts commitment and heart into offering professional and compassionate dental care to patients. Her primary goal is to focus on patient-centered care and achieving an excellent quality of dentistry.

Dr. Jenny Doerksen is an active member of the ADA (Alberta Dental Association), CDSA (College of Dental Surgeons of Alberta), PFA (Pierre Fauchard Academy), International College of Dentists (ICD) and CDA (Canadian Dental Association). Currently, Dr. Jenny is an executive member of the Alberta Dental Association, serving as the President in 2024. She was also involved with the Alberta Dental Foundation as a board director, to improve the overall health and well being of Albertans by engaging in dental wellness activities.

Outside of dentistry, Dr. Jenny is a lifelong learner, which includes French, crochet, hip-hop, and baking and enjoys spending free time with her lovely family and friends.

“I participated a dental mission trip in 2015 in Nicaragua. My team consists of 3 dentists, 3 assistants, 1 hygienist, 2 translators, 1 sterilizer. We saw 278 patients, completed 1194 procedures that included 19 root canal therapies in 10 days.”

“Our working conditions were a little tight for space with 4 dental spaces and a sterilizing area. We would have to move bags and boxes out of the house each day to provide us with more space. We had some small problems with electricity but we have corrected that. One power outage of about 2 hours, and the only draw back was the generator since it was quite loud. However, we all had a wonderful time helping people with dental pain and issues, and we were greatly appreciated by our patients in the area.”