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Do you have crowded, crooked, or gapped teeth? 

Drs. Charles and Patrick Casey and their team at Smile Montreal can straighten your teeth through orthodontics.

If you are interested in orthodontic treatment, contact us today to request a consultation at our office in Montreal, QC.

Orthodontic Care  For a Healthy and Beautiful Smile

Misaligned, crowded, and gapped teeth aren't always just aesthetic issues. In fact, these orthodontic issues can put you at risk for cavities, tooth decay, and gum disease. A misaligned bite can also cause TMJ disorders which can lead to teeth grinding, headaches, and more. By seeking treatment at our Westmount, QC, dental practice outside Montreal, we can treat your orthodontic issues with traditional braces or Invisalign, protecting the health of your mouth and improving the appearance of your smile.

Call us or request an appointment using our contact form today.

(514) 937-6558

We are dedicated to quality service and exceptional care, and we make no compromises when it comes to our patients' health, comfort, and satisfaction.

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Micheline Syvret

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Simply an AMAZING team in all aspects. Dr.Patrick Casey and his team are extremely  knowledgeable, professional, kind and great at dentistry with state of art equipment.  So happy I am in their care. Wish I found them 20 years ago.

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Sammi Proulx

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5 Stars!
Friendly and professional staff!
Best dental clinic I have ever been too hands down.
Dr. Patrick Casey really makes you feel at ease with all procedures and steps to come. You won't regret choosing this clinic.

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How Do Braces Work?

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Braces consist of metal brackets that are affixed to the front of the teeth and connected by metal wire. Our orthodontic team will expertly tighten the wire so that it applies gentle pressure to the teeth, shifting them into their ideal position.

Braces Step-by-Step What Patients Can Expect

Traditional orthodontic treatment can take anywhere from six months to a year or more, depending on the severity of your misalignment.
Traditional orthodontic treatment can take anywhere from six months to a year or more, depending on the severity of your misalignment.


During an orthodontic consultation with Dr. Casey in Montreal, QC, he will examine and analyze your occlusion, or bite, to determine if you are a candidate for traditional braces. He will then develop a custom treatment plan to achieve the desired alignment for your teeth.

Placing Braces

To place your braces, metal brackets will be affixed to the front of your teeth with a strong adhesive. These brackets are connected by a metal wire, which helps to guide your teeth into position over time. The initial placement can take up to two hours to complete.

Periodic Adjustments

You will return to our Westmount dental office outside of Montreal for periodic adjustments throughout the course of your treatment. These appointments typically take less than half an hour. During these visits, one of our dentists will tighten your brackets to continue the gradual movement of your teeth into their proper position. We can also change the elastic bands based on your preferred color and pattern at this time.

Straight, Healthy Smile

At the end of your treatment, you will have a beautifully aligned smile. We will provide most patients with some kind of retainer so that the teeth do not shift out of place again.

Caring for Your Teeth With Braces

Patients with braces must be diligent with their oral hygiene practices. It is important to brush your teeth at least twice each day, if not after every meal. You can brush your teeth and braces just as you would without braces. You will still need to floss daily, and it may be helpful to use a floss threader. If you do not properly care for your teeth and braces, there is an increased risk of gum disease and permanent staining to your teeth.

It is also important to avoid certain foods that can cause damage to your braces. During your traditional orthodontic treatment, you should avoid foods such as nuts, popcorn, chewing gum, caramel, taffy, corn on the cob, and other hard foods. Certain foods can be modified for easier consumption. For example, corn can be removed from the cob.

Understanding Invisalign An Orthodontic Alternative to Braces

Invisalign is an orthodontic system that uses a series of clear aligner trays that work like traditional braces, gently guiding your teeth into proper alignment. There are many benefits to this orthodontic treatment, but not every patient will qualify. Patients who undergo Invisalign treatment must have:

A Dedication to Treatment

While Invisalign aligners are removable, patients must be committed to wearing them for 20 to 22 hours a day for optimal results. They should be taken out to eat and clean and can be removed during special occasions.

Mild to Moderate Orthodontic Issues

While Invisalign is a great treatment for mild to moderate orthodontic problems, severe orthodontic issues may require traditional braces to correct.

Talk to your dentist today to find out if Invisalign is right for you.

A Closer Look at Invisalign  vs Traditional Braces

Do I need an orthodontist?


Drs. Patrick and Charles Casey are experienced in orthodontic treatment and able to meet your needs as effectively as any orthodontist.

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I am very happy with the service that I received. Donna was very accommodating with my requests and Dr Charles took care of my problem in a timely and professional way. Great team indeed! Shanelle R.
Dr. Charles Casey & Dr. Patrick Casey

Smile Montreal

Our team of dental professionals is focused on patient care and comfort. Our dentists use the latest techniques and innovative technologies to provide fast and efficient treatment. Dr. Patrick Casey is a member of a number of international associations, including:
  • Academy of General Dentistry
  • International Congress of Oral Implantologists
  • Academy of Laser Dentistry
  • International Academy of Orthodontics
Contact us or call (514) 937-6558 to schedule an appointment.

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