"I did my own braces!
Let me do yours."
- Dr. Monica Dosanjh
Dr. Monica Dosanjh is a board certified orthodontist. In 2012, she was handpicked by Dr. Ross Jenne to be his practice’s principle orthodontist, as he transitioned to retirement. In June 2014, Dr. Dosanjh officially took over Dr. Jenne’s orthodontic practice in the West Island of Montreal. She enjoyed the challenges of both owning and running a bustling practice until she sold it in 2017 in order to be closer to family. Dr. Dosanjh and her husband then relocated to Ontario, where Dr. Dosanjh grew up, in order to welcome their twins.
Dr. Dosanjh graduated from University of Toronto in 2002 with a Bachelors of Science, then completed dentistry in 2007 from Boston University.
She graduated dental school at the top of her class, achieving the American Association of Orthodontics award, the prestigious Omicron Kappa Upsilon by Lambda Mu Chapter for 4 years and the Quintessence Award for her excellence in clinical restorative dentistry. After receiving her Doctorate of Dental Medicine, she declined her acceptance into an extremely competitive orthodontic specialty training program and chose to work in the Canadian Arctic as a general dentist.
After working as a general dentist, Dr. Dosanjh accepted a position to specialize at University of Connecticut and to do a Masters in Dental Science at the same time. Her masters thesis was in retainers and she is often sought after for her knowledge in this field. Dr. Dosanjh was also part of a craniofacial team at Yale University, where they treated patients with syndromes and cleft lip and palate.
After graduating from a 3 year orthodontic residency program, Dr. Dosanjh worked in Connecticut as an orthodontist before transitioning back to Canada. Montreal was home for 5 years as she owned her successful orthodontic clinic and enjoyed the perks of living in a gastronomical paradise.
Dr. Dosanjh believes in practicing the highest quality of orthodontics using an evidenced based approach and keeping up with recent literature. This means that you get the most up-to-date treatment.
June 1, 2014
After practicing orthodontics for almost 40 years, it is with mixed emotions that I am formally announcing my retirement. I would like to take this opportunity to thank you for your continued confidence over the years. I have sincerely enjoyed treating you, your friends and your loved ones.