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Drs, Michel Fancelli and Jacques Hebert, dentists, Longueuil, Quebec, Canada

Centre Dentaire Fancelli

Place Hérelle
560 Chemin de Chambly, Suite 100
Longueuil, Qc. J4H 3L8

Website: http://www.centredentairefancelli.ca/

Telephone
450 670-0021
514 990-1930

Fax
450 679-3163
Email
mfancelli@bellnet.ca

hebertj@bellnet.ca

 

Dr. Michel Fancelli

After graduating from McGill University in 1981, Dr. Fancelli completed
a multidisciplinary residency at the Montreal Children's Hospital. He has
been practicing in Longueuil since 1984. He opened a new state of the art, high technology office in 2002 .

Dr. Fancelli has a particular interest in cosmetic dentistry, implantology, the treatment of occlusal and temporomandibular joint dysfunction, sleep disorders, orthodontics as well as laser dentistry.

 Dr. Fancelli is a graduate of the prestigious Dawson Institute for Advanced Dental Studies in Florida and participates in numerous continuing education courses all over North America and Europe to study with leaders in there respected fields. He completed a residency program at the TMJ and Sleep Therapy Research, an advance training on the management of temporomandibular joint and sleep disorders.

Dr. Fancelli is a member of the World Clinical Laser Institute (WCLI), the International Team for Implantology (ITI), the Academy of Clinical Sleep Disorder Discipline (ACSDD), the American Academy of Craniofacial Pain (AACP), the Association des Chirurgiens Dentistes du Québec (ACDQ) and the Quebec Order of Dentists (ODQ). He serves as Quebec Representative and Officer on the Executive Committee and is a member of the Program Committee of the Canadian Chapter of the American Academy of Craniofacial Pain (AACP-Can Chapt). 

Dr. Jacques Hébert

Dr Hebert graduated from Laval University in Québec City in 1981. He then completed a multidisciplinary residency program at the Jewish General Hospital in Montreal the following year. 

Dr. Hebert's areas of expertise are the treatment of jaw joint, chronic pain and sleep disorders, orthodontics, cosmetic dentistry and rehabilitation, implantology and laser dentistry.

 He is also a graduate of the prestigious Dawson Institute for Advanced Dental Studies in Florida. He has traveled all over North America and Europe to study with the leaders in Chronic Head and Neck Pain, Temporomandibular Dysfunction (TMD), Orthodontics and Sleep Breathing Disorders which include snoring and sleep apnea. 

Dr.Hébert completed a residency program at the TMJ and Sleep Therapy Research, an advance training on the management of temporomandibular joint and sleep disorders. He joined the Centre Dentaire Fancelli team in 2004 after 21 years of private practice in Montreal. 

 Dr. Hebert is a member of the American Academy of Craniofacial Pain (AACP), the Academy of Clinical Sleep Disorder Discipline (ACSDD), the International Team for Implantology (ITI), the World Clinical Laser Institute (WCLI), , the Association des Chirurgiens Dentistes du Québec (ACDQ) and the Quebec Order of Dentists (ODQ). In addition, he serve as Officer and Quebec Representative on the executive committee as well as a member of the Program Committee of the Canadian Chapter of the American Academy of Craniofacial Pain (AACP- Can Chapt). 

Monday
Dec172012

Sleep Apnea and Negative Health Effects, Featuring Dr. Michel Fancelli, Centre Dentaire Fancelli, Montreal (Longueuil), QC

Sleep apnea is a condition where a person stops breathing during the night for more than 10 seconds at a time and up to 90 seconds or more at a time, occurring many times during the night, says Dr. Michel Fancelli, of the Centre Dentaire Fancelli in Longueuil, Quebec, Canada.

According to Dr. Fancelli, there are three types of sleep apnea.  Central sleep apnea is when a person stops breathing altogether and the lungs stop working, caused by a miscommunication between the brain and the lungs, notes Dr. Fancelli.  Obstructive sleep apnea is when the tongue or other structures prevents a person from breathing, as they block the airway.  Mixed sleep apnea is when a person has a combination of both central and obstructive sleep apnea.

There are many negative health effects associated with sleep apnea and the problem, Dr. Fancelli says, is that many people don't know they have it.  "Lack of oxygen to the brain and the vital organs will cause a lot of stress to the body," says Dr. Fancelli.  He adds that people get tired and restless, have a higher rate of stroke and heart attacks, increased blood pressure, increased risk for type 2 diabetes, morning headaches, acid reflux, depression and for men, increased risk for erectile dysfunction.  There is also a relationship between apnea and teeth grinding, so people have TMJ (temporomandibular joint) problems as well, according to Dr. Fancelli.

Dr. Michel Fancelli is a member of the ACSDD, (Academy of Clinical Sleep Disorders Disciplines) and has been practicing dentistry at the Centre Dentaire Fancelli in Longueuil, Quebec, Canada since 1984.  Dr. Fancelli is a sleep expert with Sleep Better TV, providing online, on-demand sleep disorder video content.

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