Dr. Mark Eckler, Orthodontist (Street Articles Author)

Mark believes that changing people's lives by helping them achieve a healthy smile that they use with confidence every day is amazing! As a certified orthodontist and son of a certified orthodontist with over 40 years of experience, Mark strives to remember that each of patients' needs and desires are unique. It is his goal to treat each and every patient like they are a member of his own family.

Mark's dental education was received at the University of Western Ontario School of Dentistry, where he graduated from in 1993. He attended McGill University Multi-Disciplinary Residency Program before continuing on to the St. Louis University's Graduate Orthodontic Program in 1997.

Mark regularly attends continuing education courses to stay current in all areas of dentistry focusing on orthodontics. In addition to this he also provides the dental community with continuing education courses on customer service and preventative orthodontics in an attempt to provide mutual patients with the best treatments and service he possibly can.

Mark and his wife Sharon dated in high school and, 16 years later they found each other again. They have two precious daughters and, like the parents of our younger patients, we'd do anything for them! We also have a dog, Molly who was rescued at the Humane Society and has become a very important part of our family. Dedicating time to his children and family is paramount and working with his father, Gord, continues to be a fantastic experience. Believe it or not, Mark has ran two marathons, is a certified downhill ski instructor, has taken up hockey again after a 34 year hiatus and has conquered Mount Kilimanjaro!

Orthodontics for Adults And Children In Brampton And Mississauga, Ontario
Adult Orthodontics, Brampton & Mississauga, Ontario You are never too old for orthodontics. Adults are choosing to have straight teeth and a beautiful, healthy smile now more than ever before. The reasons are probably related to the fact that orthodontics are socially acceptable, there is an increased awareness and, we…
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