Dr. Charity Siu
About Dr. Charity Siu
I am an Associate Clinical Instructor at the University of British Columbia Department of Dentistry. I have lectured to colleagues and dental staff members on various topic concerning various orthodontic topics. I am founder and part of a group of select dental specialists of CITED, a continuing education program for practicing dentists. Several times a year, I travel throughout North America to attend courses and seminars to continuously update my education and keep current with technology.
I was born and raised in Vancouver and it is exciting to be working in my community. I love to travel and have been to cities in Asia, Europe, and the rest of North America. I enjoy playing softball as well as practicing yoga daily. Most of the time, you will find me cooking and enjoying good food with friends and shopping.
About Clearview Orthodontics
ClearView Orthodontics is your clear choice for quality orthodontic care in the Vancouver area and we have the beautiful smiles to prove it! For over 25 years, we’ve built a well respected reputation for being friendly, professional, and providing state-of-the-art care.
When you come to the office, you are unique with respect to your concerns, motivations, and goals and I am honoured to be the one to look at you as a whole and make sure your needs are met and my treatment is valued. I recognize your orthodontic concerns and how it fits into your everyday life. I get excited each time I meet an individual with the hope of getting a new and beautiful smile!
It is a privilege to have received the level of education required to be a certified orthodontist. This profession possesses qualities of sound ethic, evidence-based learning and treatment, care and generosity. I received my dental degree from the University of British Columbia and completed a two-year general practice residency at the University of Washington Department of Dentistry. Then I attended the University of Rochester, Eastman Dental Center where I received my diploma in orthodontics in 2005.