Your Dartmouth & Sackville, NS Orthodontist

meet dr dan stuart: Stuart & Davidson Orthodontics Dartmouth, NS

Dr. Dan Stuart

Dr. Dan Stuart is an orthodontist in Dartmouth, Nova Scotia who specializes in creating beautiful smiles for all ages. He and his staff believe in treating patients exactly the way they would treat members of their own family: with kindness, care, and excellence in treatment results!

Education and Experience

Dr. Stuart obtained his Doctorate of Dental Surgery from Dalhousie University and his Master of Science in orthodontics from the University of Manitoba, where he also completed a residency in orthodontics. He is a board-certified orthodontist and a fellow of the Royal College of Dentists.

Prior to opening his orthodontic office, Dr. Stuart practiced dentistry for five years. He is a public lecturer and a published author. In the past, he has been recognized for his contributions to research and is a leader in technological innovation.

Professional Memberships

  • Canadian Association of Orthodontists
  • American Association of Orthodontists
  • Canadian Dental Association
  • Atlantic Orthodontists Association
  • Nova Scotia Dental Association
  • Halifax County Dental Society

Dr. Stuart is the past president of the Society of Dental Specialists of Nova Scotia and the current president of the Atlantic Orthodontists Association. He is also the director of communications for the Northeastern Society of Orthodontists (Northeastern US, Quebec, and Atlantic Canada).

Outside the Office

Dr. Stuart enjoys spending time with his family and friends. His interests include boating, golfing and playing the guitar. He also loves to travel for lots of continuing education to offer the very latest and best treatment available in the world.


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