Orthodontist – Moncton

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Dr. John McManaman leads the Moncton Docbraces team of orthodontic experts, offering a range of treatments to help patients from ages 7 and up reduce pain and address a range of dental issues. From the state of the art office located conveniently on Mapleton Road, we offer our new patients a free consultation to identify the issues causing trouble. Call today so that we can create a solution for you!


Orthodontists qualify first as dentists, then undertake further study to become specially trained in the problems that are caused by alignment and bite issues and the best methods to fix them. When left untreated, irregular bites and uneven jaw relationships can cause pain or discomfort and can make people feel really self-conscious.

When you come to see us, we’ll do a number of tests and find out what your goals are. Our office features the best available diagnostic equipment to help us quickly pin-point the causes of your discomfort and create a solution that involves the least amount of time for the most straightforward treatment plan.


Moncton Orthodontist Treatments

From our Docbraces Moncton location, we’re able to provide a range of treatments, including:

  • Invisalign
  • Clear braces
  • Damon Clear braces
  • Friction-free braces
  • Express Smiles™ treatment for certain candidates.

Seeking treatment for orthodontic issues can have a number of benefits that you might not have even been aware of, like reduction in the chances of being diagnosed with gum or heart disease, and improved oral hygiene.


Docbraces Moncton Team

Dr. McManaman’s team includes Clinical Lead Chantal Mathews, who works in all of our locations making sure our patients get the same high standard of care, Patient Services Coordinator Brooke McGovern, a relatively recent addition to the Docbraces team, and Treatment Coordinator Chelsea MacPherson.


Our orthodontic hygienists include Pam Haines, Cynthia Hebert and Jessica Cormier. Rachel Oulton, Tammy Coffin, and Rachel Hennessey are our Orthodontic Assistants.

Schedule your consultation today!

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