Meet Dr. Kirby Cadman
“The profession of orthodontics has given me the ability to provide healthy beautiful smiles to my patients. It is truly rewarding to see a new confidence in our patients when their treatment is complete. This confidence can positively influence every aspect of life.”
Dr. Kirby Cadman graduated from the Dentistry College of the University of Saskatchewan with great distinction. He received several scholarships and awards, including the President’s Award of the Canadian Dental Association. He completed his general practice residency program at the Royal University Hospital. Dr. Cadman earned his Master of Science in orthodontics at the University of Alberta.
Before moving to Warman, Dr. Cadman practiced orthodontics in Saskatoon and Prince Albert. He has spent years as a clinical instructor at the University of Saskatchewan. He is also a member of the Canadian Association of Orthodontists and the American Association of Orthodontists.
Dr. Cadman currently lives in Warman and Emma Lake. He and his wife Vanessa have four children: Kianna, Carter, Serenity, and Ellery. Their cat Cupcake rounds out the family. Vanessa is a dental therapist and loves to pop into the office from time to time to decorate and coordinate fun events for staff and patients.
When he’s not at work Dr. Cadman loves spending family time at the lake boating, wake surfing, fishing, snowmobiling, quadding, and dirt biking. He and his wife love to travel for both orthodontic conferences and relaxation.
Meet Dr. James Stephenson
Dr. James Stephenson strives to provide the most efficient and enjoyable orthodontic experience possible. He tirelessly seeks the optimal outcome for each of his patients by listening carefully to their desires and explaining all of their treatment options. He feels great satisfaction in being able to help address concerns for patients in both the appearance and function of their teeth and jaws, which enables them to pursue their goals in life with confidence and pride.
Dr. Stephenson attended Aden Bowman Collegiate high school. He spent one year in Japan as a Rotary Exchange student before beginning studies at the University of Saskatchewan, then the University of Western Ontario. He is currently a seasonal lecturer at the College of Dentistry, University of Saskatchewan.
A native of Saskatoon, Dr. Stephenson and his wife Kristene currently reside there with their children Rowan, Emma, and Chloe. His free time is kept busy with family and playing golf, squash, hockey, and soccer.