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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

    Bonsoir, If the lateral incisors are smaller than normal and in a peg shape, it could be a good choice to revome the lateral incisors and do the substition with the canine when a patient has a class II relationship.It is feasible to make the substition without leaving gap. Particularly if the patient is class II. However, your orthodontist sh...

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  • Barbara Gar

    My 11-year old daughter has just been diagnosed with "class II division malocclusion on a mild skeletal II base complicated by (1) diminutive UL2 and UR2; (2) Impacted UL3 and UR3 with possible cystic change and associated root resorption; (3) retained EDC/CDE (both upper/lower); and (4) upper arch crowding. We are awaiting further test (on cyst...

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  • Dr Sylvain Chamberland, Orthodontiste

    It could be indicated to remove 3 other teeth to obtain symmetry and retract anterior teeth....

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  • Dr Sylvain Chamberland, Orthodontiste

    You should wait until she is 6-7 year and then get a consultation with an orthodontist. 3.5 years is too early for sure....

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  • Dr Sylvain Chamberland, Orthodontiste

    For the rash, I recommend to use miniserviette féminine (minifeminie pad) into the menton pad and the frontal pad. It is very soft and non allergic....

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  • Dr Sylvain Chamberland, Orthodontiste

    At 19, prognosis of forced eruption is favourable. I would likely try to pull it unless it is very deep in the mandible. It could be a good solution to remove the canine if the space is close. 2 condition are require: cl II dental relationship of Cl I + crowding in the lower arch that would justify 2 lower premolar extraction. However, I woul...

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  • Dr Sylvain Chamberland, Orthodontiste

    At 19, prognosis of forced eruption is favourable. I would likely try to pull it unless it is very deep in the mandible. You may send the xray via my professional FB page. ...

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  • Dr Sylvain Chamberland, Orthodontiste

    I can help you but I will need photo and xray. You can send it to my professional FB account. If you do so, that means you accept that I can publish it in my reply....

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  • Isabelle

    Hello doctor I don’t know if this conversation is still active but I would like to know your opinion about my smile and bite I think my jaw is canting to the left but I would like your opinion about it please...

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  • Natalia Azrikan

    Hello Dr Chamberland, thank you so much for your work and for education of patients around the world, My son just tuned 19 this week, he has impacted canines, the doctor recommended removal right the way which absolutely terrifies me, I was hoping if you can evaluate his x-ray to give as a hope it's not to late to start treatment and save the teet...

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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

Expansion mandibulaire symphysaire par ostéodistraction

Thérapie combiné: EPRAC et dystraction mandibulaire symphysaire Combined Therapy: SARPE and Mandibular Symphyseal Distraction Osteogenesis Transverse skeletal deficiency is a common clinical problem associated with narrow basal and dentoalveolar bone. Bimaxillary transverse distraction osteogenesis for correction of OSA was first reported by Conley & Legan (2006). Mandibular symphyseal distraction osteogenesis (MSDO) evolve form tooth anchor […] Read more »


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