• For the most beautiful smile
  • For the most beautiful smile
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  • For the most beautiful smile
  • For the most beautiful smile
  • For the most beautiful smile
  • For the most beautiful smile
  • For the most beautiful smile

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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  • Kate

    Thank you so much for your response. I am very appreciative of the advice you have provided, as we now have an idea of an appropriate course of treatment. We live in regional Australia, and their are no orthodontists local to us. I have made an appointment with our nearest orthodontist (1.5hrs travel) and will see if he is willing to ligate the to...

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  • Dr Sylvain Chamberland, Orthodontiste

    Mandibular impacted canine & Maxillary impacted canine Thank you for sending me the panogram. Tooth #33 is deep impacted in the symphysis. Tooth 23 (upper left) is high impacted. There is 2 remaining primary canines (c) and 1 missing lower right 2nd premolar (X). I would definitely recommend the extraction of the remaining 2 primary canines....

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  • Kate Harwood

    My daughter is 12 years and 9 months, and we were recently advised by our dentist to have an OPG taken as she still had two baby canines. We received the results today, and the OPG shows both upper canines are impacted and one lower canine is impacted in the jaw horizontally. Our dentist has recommended we find an orthodontist, but I don't know...

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  • shweta

    i will surely do that next time.... thank you soo much for your advise doctor...:)...

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  • NYCMama

    The orthodontist, who seemed to have about a decade of experience (perhaps mostly with teens and adults), told this 9 year old girl in order to have a beautiful smile you need perfectly aligned teeth and perfectly spaced teeth. She said to my child I want to help you achieve this beautiful smile... So, I'm telling your mom you have impacting can...

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  • NYCMama

    Your response helped tremendously, doctor! I can't thank you enough for your voluntary service... posting x-rays and suggestions on this web site (and doing it in your own limited free time). Helping to inform the public...not just patients (and for children, their concerned parents) but also for less experienced orthodontists to learn more inf...

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  • Dr Sylvain Chamberland, Orthodontiste

    Hi Karen I isolate the fields of interest and traced ligns that would help to visualize the movement of the canine. It is obvious that the canine moved favorably. 8 weeks is a very short period. I usually wait 6 months before taking a new xray. I would not worry that much for resorption. The canine is palatal, away from the root of the...

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  • Dr Sylvain Chamberland, Orthodontiste

    When asking me a question. it is important that you provide as much information as you can so I can better understand the problem. Having bimax protrusion with lots of spacing is quite different than a bimax protrusion without spacing. Therefore, in your case, it is of outmost importance to close all the spacing by retracting the anterior teeth be...

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  • Dr Sylvain Chamberland, Orthodontiste

    At what age a canine may be considered impacted Thank you Mama for sending me the panogram of your 9 years old daughter. This xray show a normal development of her dentition. Yes, you read well. I said NORMAL. The 2nd thing I see is that she has spacing between her upper and lower incisors. Therefore she is not missing space that would justi...

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  • shweta

    Thank you sir... sir i have a lot of spacing actually in my anteriors both upper and lower......

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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 »

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1-0 Management des éruptions ectopiques-canines incluses View more presentations from Dr Sylvain Chamberland 2 0 Éruptions ectopiques_Management chirurgical des canines incluses View more presentations from Dr Sylvain Chamberland 3 0 Éruptions ectopiques-dystopies dentaires View more presentations from Dr Sylvain Chamberland Read more »


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