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Smiles at North York Dental

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New Patients are always welcome!

Smiles at North York Dental is a full service family and cosmetic dental practice, conveniently located at 4815 Leslie Street, North York, ON
We welcome patients of all ages, and we are currently accepting new patients.

Need urgent dental care?

If you need immediate help, we'll make room in our schedule to see you. Dental Emergency walk-ins are welcome!

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I want a beautiful smile

If you want to improve the way your smile looks, we offer various Cosmetic Dentistry options.

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I have a missing tooth

Missing a tooth, can cause severe and permanent damage to your entire mouth. We have various options to help you if you have any teeth missing.

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We are committed to providing our patients with the same quality of dental care that we would provide to our own families. Our warm and caring staff are dedicated professionals who value your comfort and will work hard to give you a stress-free visit.

Direct Insurance Billing

We offer direct billing to your insurance and accept all major insurance and government plans to help you save money!

Dental Treatments For You And Your Loved Ones

We at Smiles at North York Dental look forward to hearing from you and meeting you personally. Our goal is to not only provide you and your family with options that can renew both the function of your teeth and the apperance of your smile, but also to ensure you are able to maintain exceptional oral health for years to come.

We Offer Same-day Emergency Appointments

A dental emergency can strike at any time. If you’re currently in the midst of an emergency dental situation, time is of the essence. The team here at Smiles at North York Dental is here to help! Give us a call at 416.494.5488 and we will be glad to answer all your concerns regarding your dental care!

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Dental Services North York

Our dental team is well experienced in all areas of modern dentistry

Cosmetic Dentistry North York

  • Teeth Whitening
  • Dental Veneers
  • Dental Bonding
Family Dentistry North York

  • Dental Hygiene & Cleanings
  • Wisdom Tooth Extraction
  • Tooth Extractions

Restorative Dentistry North York

  • Dental Bridges
  • Dental Crowns
  • Dental Dentures
  • Dental Fillings
  • Dental Implants

Emergency Dental Care North York

What is considered to be a dental emergency?

  • Is it a broken tooth, broken dentures,
  • an avulsed or knock out tooth,
  • an orthodontic dental emergency,
  • a mobile dental implant,
  • a veneer or crown that had been dislodged,
  • uncontrolled pain from a tooth ache or a dental abscess,
  • uncontrolled intra-oral bleeding or hemorrhage,
  • an infected piercing,
  • unexplained sudden or chronic changes in tooth colour,
  • a foreign body embedded in the intra-oral soft tissue or between the teeth,
  • non healing intra-oral ulcerations,
  • a broken orthodontic retainer.

Other Dental Services North York

  • Dental Sport Guards
  • Sleep Apnea & Snoring Appliances
  • TMD/Bruxism Night guards
  • Dental Sedation
  • Dental Scaling & Root Planing
  • Root Canal Treatment
  • Periodontal Therapy
  • Oral Surgery
  • Dental Braces
  • Botox Treatment
  • Invisalign

Frequently Asked Questions

  • Do I really have to go to the dentist every six months? Do I need x-rays at each visit?

    How often you go for a dental exams depends on your oral health needs. The goal is to catch small problems early. For many people, this means a dental exam every six months.

    Your dentist may suggest that you visit more or less often depending on how well you care for your teeth and gums, problems you have that need to be checked or treated, how fast tartar builds up on your teeth, and so on.

    The answers to these questions are all factors that affect your oral health. They will help you and your dentist decide how often you need to visit for dental exams. It's worth noting that you should not determine your need for dental care on what your dental plan covers.

    Do I need x-rays at each visit?

    How often you need to have x-rays also depends on your oral health. A healthy adult who has not had cavities or other problems for a couple of years probably won't need x-rays at every appointment. If your dental situation is less stable and your dentist is monitoring your progress, you may require more frequent x-rays.

    If you are not sure why a particular x-ray is being taken, ask your dentist. Remember that dental x-rays deliver very little radiation; they are a vital tool for your dentist to ensure that small problems don't develop into bigger ones.

  • Original dental records belong to the dentist who provided the treatment, and not the patient, because dentists have to keep all of their records for a period of time, as set out by their provincial dental regulatory body. Once you have selected a new dentist, you can request that a copy of your records be transferred from your former dentist.

    You may be required to sign a release form from your former dental office and you may also be charged an administrative fee for having your records copied and sent to another dental office. If you have questions about the records transfer process in your province, ask your dentist or contact the provincial dental regulatory body.

  • It's important to get an early start on dental care, so that your child will learn that visiting the dentist is a regular part of health care. The first step is to choose a dentist for your child.

    It may be your own dentist or one who specializes in treating children (called a pediatric dentist). Once you have selected a dentist, call the office to find out at what age he or she prefers to see child patients for the first time. CDA encourages the assessment of infants, by a dentist, within 6 months of the eruption of the first tooth or by one year of age.

    It's important to make the first visit a positive experience for your child - one reason why it's best to visit before a problem develops. If you think there is a problem, however, take your child to the dentist right away, no matter what age.

    If you are a nervous dental patient, ask your spouse or another family member to take the child for the appointment. If your child senses that you are nervous, he or she may feel nervous too. When you talk to your child about going to the dentist, explain what will happen without adding things like "it won't hurt" or "don't be scared."

    Be sure to get an early start on regular dental care at home. Start cleaning your child's mouth with a soft damp cloth before teeth come in and continue with a soft toothbrush once he or she has a first tooth. Limit the number of sugary treats you give your child, and focus on healthy food choices from the very beginning.

  • There's no getting around the need to get around your teeth daily with dental floss. It clears food and plaque from between teeth and under the gumline. If you don't, plaque hardens into tartar, which forms wedges and widens the space between teeth and gums, causing pockets.

  • Dental x-rays have come a long way and with the current technology in digital x-rays, patients are exposed to up to 70% less radiation than regular x-rays, hence they are increasingly safer. Your dentist's decision to take x-rays always considers the risks and is patient specific.

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Smiles at North York Dental is a full service family and cosmetic dental practice, conveniently located at 4815 Leslie Street, North York, ON .
We welcome patients of all ages, and we are currently accepting new patients.

Smiles at North York Dental

Dentist North York North York


4815 Leslie Street, North York, ON

416.494.5488