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Undergraduate & Medical SchoolUndergraduate: BSc in Human Biology, University of Toronto,
Dental: DDS, University of Toronto, Faculty of Dentistry
Graduate: MSc in Orthodontics, University of Toronto
Post-Medical School TrainingInternship: Toronto General Hospital
Treatments offered at Clearly Orthodontics
Blog Posts and Articles
Original Article Appeared in Oral Health Magazine January 2013 One of the foundations upon which health care professionals practice is a commitment to provide the best possible treatment to each and every one of their patients. For some patients, medical or socioeconomic circumstances may present a challenge to the delivery of optimal care. Fortunately, we live and practice in a country that provides an abundance of riches for its citizens, including leading edge...
Most popular answers from Shervin Abbaszadeh, DDS
You certainly do have an underbite that would be considered significant. But not only that, but also your lower jaw is asymmetric, as you can see the... READ MORE
Although it will likely be cheaper to go this route in the short term, I would highly suggest against doing it. Especially if someone has told you... READ MORE
Hello There, Based on the profile picture you posted, it does appear that your chin (lower jaw actually) has developed slightly more in both the h... READ MORE
I would suggest discussing this issue with your orthodontist or the general dentist who is doing your treatment. No one is better aware of your... READ MORE
My underbite is severe and I lost two teeth to an injury. I want orthodontic work and dental implants. Where do I start? (Photo)
Hello there, Very smart of you to inquire about how to best address your issue. Based on the photo you have provided, it does appear that your jaw... READ MORE
Based on the photos you have provided, it would appear that you are likely missing a tooth on your upper left side. Your treatment should be properly... READ MORE
Ideally, you should switch out of your Invisalign aligners as per the schedule given to you by your treating doctor. However, the only reason that I... READ MORE
Based on your photograph - you have what is called Vertical Maxillary Excess (VME). Your top jaw is larger, and has grown further down than it should... READ MORE
Short answer: More like a dentist. Basically, any dentist is trained in doing cosmetic work and is an important and normal, day-to-day part of their... READ MORE
I Am Currently 13 Soon 14, I Have 2 Missing Permanent One is Top Right Baby Canine and One Bottom Left Baby Bicuspid?
At this age, you are in the best time frame in your life to try an address this issue. Are you actually missing the teeth (never developed), or... READ MORE
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