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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 think you should consider a comprehensive orthodontic orthognatic surgical treatment. The type of treatment you need CAN NOT be order online....

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  • Dr Sylvain Chamberland, Orthodontiste

    Your situation need carefull evaluation. One of them, is it feasible to bring your canine into the arch? Is it deeply impacted? If you can feel it with your tongue, it may not be that deep. I can't give you a good advice without seeing the panogram and doing a clinical exam....

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  • Dr Sylvain Chamberland, Orthodontiste

    I found out that I did not answer your question. The answer is Yes, you should remove the primary canine....

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  • Dr Sylvain Chamberland, Orthodontiste

    Thanks for sending the photo. You have a cross bite of your upper right lateral incisor with the lower right canine. I understand that the radiography that you sent me was flip horizontally. I thought it was your left maxillary canine, but in reality, it is the right maxillary canine. From the pircture I saw, it seems that the crossbite extend to t...

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  • Dr Sylvain Chamberland, Orthodontiste

    Dear L, You need to comprehend that the teeth that shifted toward the missing canine have to be recentered. Therefore you will likely need comprehensive orthodontic treatment. This may include extraction of premolars if there is not enough space. However, it is possible that you don't need extraction. I can't tell because I don't have enough ...

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  • Dr Sylvain Chamberland, Orthodontiste

    Q1- If the midline did not changes, chances are that the overgrowth has stopped. Q2- To assess with certainty that the growth has stopped, you will need a scintygraphy with Tc-99. I am assuming that you had one when it was noted that your condyle was actively overgrowing. Usually, when a scintigraphy is positive, a new one should be done 6 month...

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  • Dr Sylvain Chamberland, Orthodontiste

    Claudia, yes it will help because I am getting confuse. The flow of answer does not indent orderly and it get me lost to whom am I answering. ...

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  • Dr Sylvain Chamberland, Orthodontiste

    There is a possibility that the roots of the incisors already have some damange. There is a possibility an orthodontic traction of an impacted canine could damage the root of the incisors, but the direction of traction is very important as one should pull the canine away from the roots from start. I don’t know your age, but I usually try to b...

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  • Dr Sylvain Chamberland, Orthodontiste

    There is no magic. If your gums/ teeth/ lips looks protruded chance are that you need extraction and full comprehensive orthodontic treatment. If you have excessive showing of gum at rest and on smile, chances are that you have a vertical maxillary excess, hence you need orthognathic surgery and a comprehensive ortho treatment with or without ex...

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  • Dr Sylvain Chamberland, Orthodontiste

    There is a possibility that the roots of the incisors already have some damange. There is a possibility an orthodontic traction of an impacted canine could damage the root of the incisors, but the direction of traction is very important as one should pull the canine away from the roots from start. I don't know your age, but I usually try to b...

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