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Who is Dr Sylvain Chamberland?

Dr Sylvain Chamberland, orthodontist in Quebec is at your service for 25 years. We correct dental and facial irregularities by moving teeth, guiding growth and correcting malocclusions. We can also treat disorders such as sleep apnea or canines. For a delightful smile, take appointment now!

  • Why wear braces?

    To correct a smile you do not like

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  • Why wear braces?

    To correct teeth that are too advanced

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  • Why wear braces?

    To close the space between the two incisors

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  • Why wear braces?

    To correct a smile you do not like

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  • Why wear braces?

    To correct a bad contact between the teeth

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  • Why wear braces?

    To correct a smile you do not like

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  • Dr Sylvain Chamberland, Orthodontiste

    I agree that the removal of the primary teeth will favor eruption of the permanent canine, but he may still need further intervention. That is a good thing to have a lingual arch to maintain space while checking the evolution of the impacted mandibular canine. I did not see the severity of the impaction, extraction would be my very last choic...

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  • Sum

    Hi, My son is 11 years and 5 months. He has impacted canines one in lower jaw and other in upper jaw opposite side. The orthodontist first recommended to take out baby teeth to create space for the permanent teeth to erupt normally and the impacted canine may get the space sense to straighten on it’s own. He has already got lingual arch to maintain...

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  • Dr Sylvain Chamberland, Orthodontiste

    I would, by far, recommend option 1: extract 1 upper premolar and the deciduous canine on the other side. I had a canine removed in my early teens and I spent all my life with a 1st premolar on one side and a canine the other side. I would NOT extract a good premolar and then later place an implant to replace the missing tooth....

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  • Lynda

    Hello, I have a class 2 division 2 malocclusion and a palatially impacted maxillary canine. My ortho said that as I am 34 it would be very difficult to bring down the impacted tooth with orthodontics so I had it removed. He is going to align the teeth and has given me two options to disguise the malocclusion. Option 1: extract one upper pre molar &...

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  • Dr Sylvain Chamberland, Orthodontiste

    It may come by itself but it may take 6 to 12 months. You can send the panogram via my professional facebook page....

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  • Dr Sylvain Chamberland, Orthodontiste

    Mild-moderate crowding, strong chin, deep labiomental angle, both lips behind e-line CHances are that extraction of 1st premolar in a mild to moderate crowding situation may cause some retraction of the lips, hence increasing the apparence of a strong chin. Moreover, you said you have a squarish face, this likely mean low mandibular plane angle. Y...

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  • Karla

    Hello! I just got my braces on three days ago because I have an impacted canine .. my baby canine is going to be extracted next Tuesday and then I hope the permanent canine will come down by itself.. I am 15 years old and I was wondering what you think how long that process might take? Is there a chance I could send you the x ray where you can see...

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  • Kyla

    Hi. My Situation: class 2 division 1, mild-moderate crowding on both arch, 5mm overjet, retroclined lower incisors, deep curve of spee, deep bite. both lips behind e-line, strong Chin, acute nasiolabial angle and labiomental angle. Treatment: 4 first premolar extraction to relieve crowding. Space closure by moving upper incisors into extractio...

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  • ABS

    Many diseases of the oral cavity can't be seen when the dentist examines your mouth. Dental x-rays are images that can help the dentist see things the human eye can't detect, such as tiny areas of decay between the teeth and the position of unerupted teeth in children and adults....

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  • Dr Sylvain Chamberland, Orthodontiste

    Il faaut déterminer l’état de votre condyle gauche, mais il est vraisemblable qu’une chirurgie orthognathique soit le meilleur traitement pour votre cas....

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Derniers commentaires de patients

Mandibular advancement surgery

Mandibular advancement Bilateral sagittal split osteotomy Profiles photos initial et final Intraorals photos intraorales initial and final 14 January 2011 Hello everyone, It is a pleasure to read news from people who underwent the same intervention. As far as I am concerned, it is quite recent. On 9 February, I underwent a bilateral sagittal split […] Read more »

Lucie’s testimonial about her orthodontic treatment and her bimaxillary surgery

Bimaxillary surgery   Le Fort 1, BSSO and genioplasty This is the photos of Lucie’s profile initial and final post orthosurgery. Dentoalveolar trauma This is the intraoral photos pre and post treatment. The 2 central incisors had crown fracture and the lateral incisor was avulsed (lost), because of a bike accident. 8 January 2011 Nearly […] Read more »

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Energy Drink and Dental Erosion

Case report                                                                                                      For french version click here A young patient of 28 years old consults for dental treatments. She reports drinking 8 to 10 cans of 480 ml energy drink Redbull per day since the age of 17, which means a minimum daily dose of 1.5 g of caffeine per day. Note that at 1 […] Read more »


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