Dre Julie Lessard, Dentist

Dre Julie Lessard


21 Boulevard René-Lévesque E Ville de Québec Québec, G1R 2A9


She also has a degree in psychology.

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Education and Training

Laval University

Provider Details

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Dre Julie Lessard's Expert Contributions
  • What if only one tooth is crooked?

    Hi, if you want to correct that crooked tooth you will need to make space for it so yes you'll need braces or invisalin. Sometimes it's possible to do a veneer but it's always better to align with braces or Invisalign since your tooth won't be drill. READ MORE

  • Clicking in my jaw

    Hi, Your dentist is right to send you to see an oral surgeon. Some of them are specialized in articulation and can provide great treatment options. If you don't do anything, it might get worse. Sometimes, just a mouth guard can help, the oral surgeon will tell you :) READ MORE

  • Adult tooth is loose. What should I do?

    Hi, you should definitely consult a dentist to make sure there is no irreversible damage. In the meantime, make sure to eat soft food with this tooth for 5 weeks. You may need a fixation with the other teeth so I strongly recommend you consult a dentist :) hope my answer helped you! READ MORE

  • Bloody painful gums, what should I do?

    Hi! From what you described you most likely have gingivitis, which is a gum infection. The best way to treat it is to consult your dentist to have a good dental cleaning. After that, just keep having great hygiene and floss every day, and it will most likely go away if there's not other problems that your dentist will detect. In the mid time, keep flossing even if it's bleeding and use salt water twice a day. Hormones can also make your gums bleed, but do a great cleaning and exam first and then your dentist will see if there is other causes. I hope I answered your question to your satisfaction, sorry if my English isn't perfect! Have a great day :) READ MORE

Areas of expertise and specialization

General DentistImplantsEsthetic, full mouth rehabilitation


  • Recipient of the Excellence in Implantology Award from the American Association of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons   

Professional Society Memberships

  • Ordre des dentistes du Qubec, L'Association Dentaire Canadienne, Association des chirurgiens dentistes du Qubec

What do you attribute your success to?

  • Her mission to take care of people, her love of people, and treating patients like family.

Hobbies / Sports

  • Spending Time With Children, Family, Working Out, Modeling

Dre Julie Lessard's Practice location

Clinique dentaire du Quartier

21 Boulevard René-Lévesque E -
Ville de Québec, Québec G1R 2A9
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New patients: 418-554-0050

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24 A Boulevard René-Lévesque E, Québec, QC G1R 2B1, Canada
Head northeast on Boulevard René-Lévesque E toward Avenue Turnbull
1.0 km
At the roundabout, take the 2nd exit onto Avenue Honoré-Mercier N/QC-175 NContinue to follow Avenue Honoré-Mercier N
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Head southwest on Boulevard René-Lévesque E toward Avenue de Salaberry
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Turn right onto Avenue Casot
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Turn left onto Ch Ste-FoyDestination will be on the right
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24 A Boulevard René-Lévesque E, Québec, QC G1R 2B1, Canada
Head southwest on Boulevard René-Lévesque E toward Avenue de Salaberry
0.7 km
Turn right onto Avenue Casot
0.3 km
Turn left onto Ch Ste-FoyDestination will be on the right
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