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Although most children have braces between 10-13 years of age, the American Association of Orthodontists recommends having your child seen by an orthodontist by age 7 to monitor their teeth and jaw growth. Occasionally a young child may benefit from early interceptive treatment. Early and continual monitoring can help avoid extractions of adult teeth in many cases.
We treat patients of all ages, many of whom are in their 40’s, 50’s and some that are retired. It’s never too late to improve your oral health and function.
Dr. Lee was born in Ajax and raised in the Markham area. He completed his undergraduate and Masters degrees in neuroscience, and dental education at the University of Toronto before moving out west to complete his Masters of Orthodontics at the University of Alberta. Dr. Lee is a Fellow in the Royal College of Dentists of Canada, and is a certified orthodontic specialist.
Following his orthodontic training, Dr. Lee remained in Edmonton, where he was a clinical instructor in the department of orthodontics at the University of Alberta while his wife was completing her residency in medical radiology. Upon completion of her residency, Dr. Lee and his wife returned to Toronto to be closer to their families.
The most enjoyable part of orthodontics for Dr. Lee is being there with his patients every step of the way. Then, when the big day comes and the braces come off, celebrating with the patients on their achievement.
Dr. Weiss graduated from the University of Toronto’s Faculty of Dentistry in 1990, and from the orthodontic program in 1993 under the direction of Dr. Donald Woodside. Since then he has been engaged in the private practice of orthodontics in the Toronto area. Dr. Weiss is a member of various professional and educational organizations including the Ontario Dental Association, the Canadian and American Associations of Orthodontics, the Toronto Orthodontic Club, and the University of Toronto’s Orthodontic Alumni Association.
Although interested in many areas of dentistry, Dr. Weiss found orthodontics to be particularly fascinating and rewarding. The idea that we could actually cause the teeth to move through the bone, giving our patients better dental health, improved aesthetics, and in many cases increased self-confidence and self-esteem was what attracted him to the specialty, and he has been enjoying it ever since!