Dr. Cronin earned his dental degree at the University of Western Ontario in London, Ontario, and then practiced dentistry for a year in Ottawa. This was followed by a two-year period at the School of Dental Therapy in Fort Smith, N.W.T., where he taught basic dental procedures to Dental Therapists and traveled throughout the North, visiting remote communities and setting up basic treatment plans for the therapists to follow.
He returned to the University of Western Ontario, where he earned his specialization in orthodontics, and was awarded the Canadian Dental Research Award, which was an award presented by the Canadian Dental Association for the most outstanding research paper in any field of dental research in Canada. Upon graduation, he opened a practice in Langley, B.C., where he has since been providing quality orthodontic care to Langley, Surrey and Fraser Valley families.
Dr. Cronin has completed a comprehensive course in occlusion and facial aesthetics at the Roth Williams Institute in Burlingame, CA, and annually attends orthodontic specialist continuing education courses, conventions and meetings, both nationally and internationally, enabling him to stay at the forefront of his specialty so that he can provide the most optimal, evidence based care to his patients. (Further information on the Roth Williams philosophy of treatment can be found at www.rwiso.org and www.rwface.com).
He has provided lectures as a part-time clinical instructor at the University of B.C., Dental School, for over 20 years, and has lectured to local dental professionals annually as part of the Willowbook Dental Specialists group.
On a personal note, Dr. Cronin resides in the Crescent Beach area with his wife, Robby. He has four children, Meghan, Christopher, Jennifer and Michael, and several grandchildren. He has been a scuba diver and a private pilot. He enjoys skiing, boating and fishing, and is a Radio Amateur operator.
Above all, Dr. Cronin feels privileged to be able to practice orthodontics and to be able to make such a difference in the lives of the people he treats. 

Dr. Cronin earned his dental degree at the University of Western Ontario in London, Ontario, and then practiced dentistry for a year in Ottawa. This was followed by a two-year period at the School of Dental Therapy in Fort Smith, N.W.T., where he taught basic dental procedures to Dental Therapists and traveled throughout the North, visiting remote communities and setting up basic treatment plans for the therapists to follow.

He returned to the University of Western Ontario, where he earned his specialization in orthodontics, and was awarded the Canadian Dental Research Award, which was an award presented by the Canadian Dental Association for the most outstanding research paper in any field of dental research in Canada. Upon graduation, he opened a practice in Langley, B.C., where he has since been providing quality orthodontic care to Langley, Surrey and Fraser Valley families.

Dr. Cronin has completed a comprehensive course in occlusion and facial aesthetics at the Roth Williams Institute in Burlingame, CA, and annually attends orthodontic specialist continuing education courses, conventions and meetings, both nationally and internationally, enabling him to stay at the forefront of his specialty so that he can provide the most optimal, evidence based care to his patients. (Further information on the Roth Williams philosophy of treatment can be found at www.rwiso.org and www.rwface.com).

He has provided lectures as a part-time clinical instructor at the University of B.C., Dental School, for over 20 years, and has lectured to local dental professionals annually as part of the Willowbook Dental Specialists group.

On a personal note, Dr. Cronin resides in the Crescent Beach area with his wife, Robby. He has four children, Meghan, Christopher, Jennifer and Michael, and several grandchildren. He has been a scuba diver and a private pilot. He enjoys skiing, boating and fishing, and is a Radio Amateur operator.

Above all, Dr. Cronin feels privileged to be able to practice orthodontics and to be able to make such a difference in the lives of the people he treats.