Dr. Altalibi received his D.M.D from the prestigious McGill University, graduating with the highest honour as the valedictorian of his class and having won numerous other awards including the American Association of Orthodontists Award.

Dr. Altalibi then dedicated the next year to working with disadvantaged and disabled kids at the Montreal Children’s Hospital. His growing interest in orthodontics led him to the University of Alberta to pursue his passion for orthodontics. There he completed a master’s degree and developed tools to help physicians and orthodontists treat obstructive sleep apnea in children.

Dr. Altalibi is currently involved in exciting research at the positive psychology institute at the University of Pennsylvania, to establish the means to boost his patient’s self-esteem throughout orthodontic treatment. He’s also an Assistant Clinical Professor at the University of Alberta Undergraduate Dental Clinic. He has published numerous research articles in respected scientific peer-reviewed journals on cleft lip and palate, surgical procedures, obstructive sleep apnea, and the new cone-beam tomography technology. Moreover, Dr. Altalibi is an examiner and fellow of the Royal College of Canada.

Outside of orthodontics, Dr. Altalibi enjoys healthy living, with an active lifestyle of travelling, camping, hiking, Cross Fit and yoga.