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South Surrey dentist honoured

White Rock dentist William Liang, centre, receives a Distinguished Service Award from CDSBC president Bob Coles and acting registrar, Carmel Wiseman. - Contributed photo
White Rock dentist William Liang, centre, receives a Distinguished Service Award from CDSBC president Bob Coles and acting registrar, Carmel Wiseman.
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A South Surrey dentist has been honoured for "outstanding and broad contributions to the profession."

Dr. William Liang received a Distinguished Service Award at the College of Dental Surgeons of BC’s annual awards ceremony on March 8 in Vancouver.

In announcing the award, college officials described Liang as "a committed CDSBC volunteer and mentor to members of the dental profession in the field of oral implantology," who has made "a considerable contribution" to the regulatory body's committees since 1996.

For more information on the CDSBC Awards Program, visit www.cdsbc.org/awardsprogram/

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