210, boul. Jean-Leman, Suite 210,
Candiac, QC Canada J5R 6E6
Dr Corinne D’Anjou graduated from Université Laval in Québec in 2002, with honors in oral and maxillofacial surgery.
Co-owner of the Centre de santé dentaire Candiac, she is very committed to her practical development and is devoted to her continuing education in order to provide the best treatment to her patients. Very studious, she has completed several post-doctoral courses in the fields of aesthetics, surgery, Invisalign orthodontics, E4D restorations, occlusion and the temporomandibular joint. In 2011, she graduated from the Institut Canadien d’Occlusion.
Involved and feeling concerned about humanitarian assistance, Corinne participated in a dentistry mission that lasted more than a month in Paraguay between her third and fourth year of university, in 2001. The experience was very useful when she led an exploratory mission in a military zone located in the Democratic Republic of Congo in 2010.
A number of objectives were among her priorities: develop an effective clinic with equipment sent from Montreal several months earlier, treat a maximum of patients and train qualified personnel in dentistry to ensure sustainable development.
During the fall of 2014, Corinne obtained a degree in Forensic Dentistry from McGill University. She is currently enrolled to complete her Fellowship in Forensic Odontology at the University of Texas Health Science Center in San Antonio, where she will graduate in the spring of 2016. Her passion for forensic dentistry merges with her humanitarian side, as she is ready to intervene in mass disasters and police investigations. She is a member of the Academy of General Dentistry and the American Society of Forensic Odontology, as well as an associate member of the American Academy of Forensic Science.
Mother of three young children, she is patient, careful and attentive to the needs of her clients. With Corinne, you will benefit from an attentive service where your comfort and satisfaction are a priority.
Because of the events of the last few days, Quebec dentists have mobilized to postpone non-urgent appointments for the next two weeks to help stop the spread of the coronavirus. We wish to inform you that the Candiac Dental Health Centre is temporarily CLOSED as of today, Monday, March 16, until May 1st. We will contact you by phone to change the date of your appointments.
For a real emergency requiring immediate care (acute pain, swelling or trauma), please contact us at 450 907-3335.
We thank you for your understanding at this critical time when we must all work together to prevent the spread of this virus and protect the most vulnerable people.