Dr Fischer graduated from McGill University with honors in 1976 with a Bachelor of Science degree, majoring in Genetics. She then graduated from McGill Dental School in 1980. Immediately following graduation, Dr Fischer completed an invaluable one year residency at the Montreal Children's Hospital where the primary focus was working with fearful kids.
Following this, Dr Fischer opened the Lasalle Dental Center, located at 8463 Newman Boulevard and today, more than 25 years later, her patients for both Family Dentistry and Aesthetic and Cosmetic Dentistry, come to her from all over Montreal and even some from all over the world.
Dr Alyce Fischer brings to her practice a high-energy level, a passion and enthusiasm for her patients' dental health and well being, and a total commitment to continuing education and training that far exceeds the basics of general dentistry.
Dr Fischer recently attended the world-renowned Las Vegas Institute for Advanced Dental Studies (LVI) - the epicenter of cutting edge dentistry. She found that LVI teaches the most advanced procedures and techniques including the "Extreme Makeover" smiles that have become so popular.
She has completed several advanced education courses at LVI focusing on state-of-the-art aesthetic, restorative, and TMJ (jaw joint) techniques. These progressive techniques have elevated the standards for cosmetic and restorative dentistry.
As the leader of the oral health care team, your dentist works closely with the dental hygienist, the dental assistant and the dental office staff to keep you and your mouth healthy. Each member plays an important role on the oral health care team. They are dedicated to providing you with the best possible dental care.
We are proud of our Practice. This ranges from the environment, facilities and our up-to-date equipment, to the performance of a well trained and experienced team. We consider it a cornerstone of our Practice that staff training, re-equipping and keeping up to date with current techniques and materials are continually being addressed.