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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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Last conversations

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  • Dr Sylvain Chamberland, Orthodontiste

    I am departing for vacation today. I doubt that I will be able to reply, but you can send it via facebook.com/drsylvainchamberland. PS: it is a cephalogram that I need. The pan may be of some help too....

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  • Tommy

    Thanks you for your reply Dr Chamberland! I forgot to say it is for a 13 year old boy. Can I email you a copy of his X-ray? Many thanks!...

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  • Dr Sylvain Chamberland, Orthodontiste

    Extraction of 1st premolars will permit more retraction than extracting 2nd premolars. Therefore, if maximum retraction is needed, extraction of 1st premolars would be my 1st choice. If moderate retraction is needed, extraction of 2nd premolars will work fine. The caucasian female above had 1st premolars extraction. The afro-american female had max...

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  • Tommy

    Hi Dr, How do you decide whether first or second premolar should be extracted for Bimaxillary protrusion? Extraction of which premolar in theory will achieve more retraction? as we were told to extract first pre molar by one orthodontist, 2nd premolar by another. Thank you!...

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  • Dr Sylvain Chamberland, Orthodontiste

    Veneers are definitely not a good option. It will camouflage the misalignment and will not correct the class II skeletal discrepancy. The best tx option is likely orthodontic decompensation and orthognathic surgery to advance the mandible. Depending on your profile, an alternative approach could be extraction of 2 maxillary premolars to align and ...

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  • Laura

    This has been so helpful after looking extensively on the internet as I’ve been classified as having a type 2 division 2 overjet. What do you suggest is the best course of treatment (as a guide) to correct it? I’ve been fobbed off with veneers but these obviously wouldn’t correct the inward lean of my upper teeth. Best wishes...

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  • Dr Sylvain Chamberland, Orthodontiste

    I would not use Invisalign in an extraction case. Moreover, at t38, it may be even more difficult. I recommend conventional braces....

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  • Dr Sylvain Chamberland, Orthodontiste

    Oupps! This is a major mistake. I would not fix a mistake by doing a 2nd mistake. Personnaly, I would manage mechanics, keep the other canine and extract the 1st premolar. Did you take action against the dentist who extract the wrong tooth? Having said that, it could be a good solution to extract the other canine, but chances that I would not do t...

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  • Dr Sylvain Chamberland, Orthodontiste

    If your upper lip are protruding and the treatment plan is to extract 2 maxillary premolars and retract the anterior teeth, chances are that it will reduce upper lip protrusion. I assumed that it is what you need. it may change facial esthetics in some manner. I don't know if this is the right thing to do for you because I never met you and don't h...

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  • Dr Sylvain Chamberland, Orthodontiste

    Thank you for sending the panogramm to facebook.com/drsylvainchamberland. I would not worry at this age for the canine. They appear to have a favorable path of eruption. They definitively not in zone 2. I would say it is in zone 1, which is a safe zone. I would reassess in 1 year. If there is no posterior crossbite, I would delay palat...

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Last testimonies

Lorraine’s testimonial on her mandibular advancement surgery

Mandibular advancement 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 osteotomy and everything went well. Like you, I mostly apprehended the pain. Well, I can […] Read more »

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

Bimaxillary surgery 8 January 2011 Nearly 3 years ago, I was sitting in Dr Chamberland’s consultation chair for the first time with my three broken teeth and my damaged foot. I had had a bicycle accident and as I had known for a long time that I would need to undergo a jaw surgery, the […] Read more »

Dental news

Conference DGKFO

Kieferorthopädie auf den Punkt gebracht   Facial Asymmetry: Condylar Hyperplasia or Condylar Hypoplasia Facial asymmetry condylar hyperplasia or condylar hypoplasia (v a dgkfo) from Dr Sylvain Chamberland . Condylar resorption and arthrosis of the joint . Condylar resorption and arthrosis of the joint (dgkfo) from Dr Sylvain Chamberland . . Mandibular Symphyseal Distraction Osteogenesis (MSDO) […] Read more »


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