Oral Health Clinic for the Neurodivergent Community

Dr. Chantal Czerednikow uses techniques such as music therapy, patient guided sensory integration, nitrous oxide sedation, social stories and pictograms depending on the the patient’s reaction to dental care. Dr. Czerednikow’s adapted approach has enabled many patients to accept dental treatment without the use of general anesthesia. Listening to the family and finding out what calms or triggers the patient is an integral part of the approach at the McGill Oral Health Clinic for the Neurodivergent Community. The clinic serves adults with Autism and/or Intellectual Disability using an approach that is highly adapted to the patient. A full range of treatment is provided; cleanings, fillings, extractions, root canals, crowns and removable prosthesis, with and without conscious sedation.

Affiliated with the McGill Faculty of Dental Medicine and Oral Health Sciences General Practice Residency Program, the residents actively participate in the care of the patients and attend multiple seminars given by Dr. Czerednikow to discuss techniques in dental care for people with Autism and/or Intellectual Disability.


Unfortunately our patient volume has exceeded our clinic capacity. We cannot accept new patients for the moment. For our current patients, we have taken the difficult decision to provide only emergency treatments until further notice. Thank you for your understanding.


The McGill Oral Health Clinic for the Neurodivergent Community is currently located at the Montreal General Hospital:

  • 1650 Cedar Avenue, Montreal, QC H3G 1A4 (3rd floor, A wing)

You can reach us at:

  • Phone number: 514-934-1934 ext. 45886
  • Fax : 514-934-8340
  • Email: scdent [at] muhc.mcgill.ca
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