Normand Bach Université de Montréal

Why choose Dr. Normand Bach?

Dr. Bach is an experienced orthodontist who always takes the time to provide the best possible service. Passionate about orthodontics, he gives all his patients a detailed explanation of how their treatment works. Because every patient has a different personality and different needs, Dr. Bach consistently offers personalized attention. Orthodontic treatment is sometimes inevitable and, no matter what anyone says, it isn’t always enjoyable. However, Dr. Bach will offer a choice of treatment options to satisfy your needs and make your experience as pleasant as possible.

Here are the treatments he offers:

- Conventional self-ligating brackets

- Clear braces

- Invisalign.

With or without orthognathic surgery (corrective jaw surgery).
He will give you a clear, honest explanation regarding your malocclusion.

He has cutting-edge expertise. The fact that he’s an Adjunct Professor and head of the first-year Orthodontics Department of the University of Montreal is proof of this.

He’s a national and international lecturer, giving conferences at such events as the Journées Internationales Dentaires du Québec, an annual gathering of all the dentists in Quebec.

He is committed to providing high-quality treatment to meet the expectations of all his patients.

Dr. Bach earned his doctorate in Dental Medicine from the University of Montreal in 2002 and served his general residency at Notre-Dame Hospital in 2003. He practiced dental medicine for two years before pursuing an MS in Orthodontics at the University of Montreal.

He is a member of orthodontic associations in Quebec, Canada and the US, in addition to international associations, and is a Fellow at the Royal College of Dentists of Canada, and a member of the Angle Society of Orthodontists. Dr. Bach was the recipient of the Faculty First Award from the American Association of Orthodontists and is currently an Adjunct Professor at the University of Montreal and head of its first-year Orthodontics Department.