Dr. Shereen Caisley
B.Sc. D.D.S. M.Sc. F.R.C.D. (Ca)
Dr. Caisley was born in Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan. She obtained her early education in numerous towns throughout Saskatchewan and Manitoba, as her father worked for Canadian National Railways. Dr. Caisley graduated from the University of Manitoba dental hygiene school in 1973, and worked as a hygienist in Winnipeg until she went to the University of Toronto. In 1981 she graduated with a Bachelor of Science, teaching at Dalhousie University in Halifax from 1981 to 1984. She also obtained her Dental Degree at Dalhousie University and worked in the military until she applied for Orthodontic graduate school. In 1995 she earned her Masters degree from the University of Manitoba and moved to Grande Prairie to practice orthodontics with Dr. Don Meador. Dr. Caisley lives on an acreage, raising her Havanese dogs and attending dog shows when time permits.
Dr. Randeep Chana
DMD. MSc (Ortho).FRCD(C)
I was born and raised in Grande Prairie, and after completing my Doctor of Dental Medicine degree from the University of Manitoba, I practiced general dentistry for seven years prior to returning to the University of Manitoba to complete my master’s degree and training in Orthodontics and Dentofacial Orthopedics. I am a fellow of the Royal College of Dentists of Canada and a member of the Canadian Dental Association, Canadian Association of Orthodontists, American Association of Orthodontists, and Alberta Association of Orthodontists.
My belief is in the philosophy of focusing on the concept of full facial enhancement and early preventive treatment, rather than simply straightening teeth. By gearing my treatment approach towards the functioning of the chewing system and a healthy temporomandibular joint (TMJ), I strive to improve patients overall health, not just that of their teeth.
I am passionate about two-phase orthodontic treatment. Too often, opportunities for growth modification are missed, and unnecessary dental extractions and orthognathic surgery may be the consequence. With an understanding of etiologic factors such as airway obstruction, tongue posture, and muscles imbalances, we can alter negative growth patterns and steer dento-facial growth towards the optimal path. A critical component of the functional orthodontic treatment is myofunctional therapy to ‘retain’ the muscles and improve the long-term stability of our treatment.
We know that every patient has different needs and we strive to meet those with individualized attention. You will find our staff is courteous and helpful to everyone. Whether you are a child, adolescent, or adult, our doctors and staff are committed to helping you achieve the smile you deserve.