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North York Dentists

When you've visited a North York dentist in the past, you likely had the same experience each time: A dental hygienist or assistant took x-rays of your teeth then cleaned them, and then the dentist looked for signs of decay or recession and recommended a fix if any problems were found. While this "patch and repair" approach would certainly help address problems and prevent them from spreading, it overlooked an important aspect of good dental health care: Preventive care.

At North York Smile Centre, we want to do more than fix problems we find. We take an innovative approach that creates a comprehensive treatment plan for each individual patient to protect and promote oral health. We work to keep your teeth strong and healthy for life. Our North York dentists offer comprehensive dental care under one roof. You can schedule a cleaning, as well as teeth whitening or even dental implants. In addition to our comprehensive preventive care, we also provide restorative dental services. We can whiten your teeth to make your smile brighter and appear more youthful, or we can use porcelain veneers or dental implants to fill in the gaps in your smile or straighten it.

A good cosmetic dentist in North York needs to place your comfort and the quality of your smile above everything else. This means providing in-depth explanations of the procedures, making sure that the patient is always comfortable, and having a broad base of procedural knowledge to draw from. The cosmetic dentists at North York Smile Centre have all of these. When you need a cosmetic dentist, North York Smile Centre is the place to call.

As one of the top family dentists North York has to offer, we also pride ourselves on creating a welcoming and relaxing experience for all our patients. That includes offering sedation dentistry to ease patient fears and creating a comfortable patient care area. We use state-of-the-art materials and sterilize all tools for patient safety.

Get the treatment you need to create the smile you want to last you many years to come. Call North York Smile Centre to discover the difference that our approach to dental care can make.

If it’s been several years since you last saw a dentist, don’t let worries about what we will see keep you from giving us a call. The important thing is to get back into the habit of receiving ongoing dental care. Thanks to the enhanced technology used for the care of your teeth and gums, conditions that you may think are impossible to remedy can be resolved with ease.

Once we evaluate your dental health, planning how to proceed will be easy. You will leave our dental office feeling hopeful and excited about how your smile is about to improve.


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Frequently Asked Questions

What are the most popular types of dentistry?

We can first divide dentistry into two major categories: general and specialist.

  • General dentistry is the most common type of dentistry in which a North York dentist offers a full range of routine treatment and dental services. General dentists are everywhere and are responsible for giving a diagnosis, providing dental care treatment, and often offering all kinds of services for your lifetime of oral health and hygiene needs.
  • Specialist dentistry, on the other hand, offers specialized expertise in various forms of dental specialties. The American Dental Association (ADA) and National Commission on Recognition of Dental Specialties and Certifying Boards (NCRDSCB) currently recognize 12 different dental specialties:
    • Pediatric dentist: providing oral health and hygiene services for children and adolescents.
    • Periodontist: specializing in the diagnosis, prevention, and treatment of gum disease from mild gingivitis to severe periodontitis (severe gum disease). Dental implant services are also often performed by periodontists.
    • Orthodontist: specializing in using braces, wires, retainers, etc., in correcting your teeth and jaw alignments
    • Endodontist: specializes in treating oral health problems related to the soft pulp inside the tooth, which contains nerve tissues and blood vessels. A root canal is the most common endodontic dentistry treatment.
    • Prosthodontist: handling treatments that involve restoring missing teeth and jaw structures, including dental implants, bridges, crowns, veneers, and treatments of TMJ/TMD.
    • Oral maxillofacial radiologist: specializing in using X-rays, MRI, CT scans, and other forms of imaging for diagnosing and treating oral conditions.
    • Oral pathologist: may not provide direct treatment services but is responsible for using various examination methods (i.e., microscopic or radiographic examinations) to study and research the causes, processes, and effects of oral diseases, acting as a consultant for general North York dentists and other specialists.
    • Dental anesthesiologist: mainly responsible for developing anesthetic plans, administering anesthetics, and monitoring patient's condition before, during, and immediately after oral surgeries or procedures.
    • Oral medicine specialist: provide dental care for patients that require long-term management of oral health care and/or those that require frequent modifications.
    • Orofacial pain specialist: assessing, diagnosing, and managing oral and facial pain conditions such as TMJ (temporomandibular muscle and joint) disorders, neck pain, and so on.
    • Dental public health specialist: responsible for developing strategies to manage public dental/oral health and promote dental health by leveraging organized community efforts.
Why is it important to visit a dentist regularly?

Even if you've maintained good oral hygiene practices, such as brushing and flossing your teeth at least twice a day, a regular dental visit is still very important in keeping your teeth and gums healthy for two reasons:

  1. There are oral health conditions, especially cavities, that might not be undetectable without a thorough examination. For example, the usage of x-rays may be required to detect cavities hidden between your teeth. Regular visits to the North York dentist at least once every six months ensure that these conditions can be detected as early as possible to maximize treatment results.
  2. The regular dental visit will also involve a thorough cleaning of your teeth and gums. Even if you've regularly brushed and flossed your teeth, you can't remove tartar on your own. The North York dentist will use special tools to remove tartar, as well as floss the areas between your teeth.
Do I need to visit a dentist if my teeth are fine?

Yes, as mentioned, there are oral health conditions that might not show any symptoms (and no pain) that, when left untreated, may turn severe.

Also, you can't 100% clean your teeth and gums at home even with a good oral health practice. During your regular cleaning at the North York dentist, for example, the dental professional can use a special scaling tool to remove tartar and plaques in hard-to-reach areas between your teeth and inside your gums.

To summarize:

  • Even if your teeth are fine and you don't experience any pain, regular dental visits are still important to help keep your teeth and gums healthy by performing two things:
    • Check-up: thoroughly check your overall oral health to identify problems as early as possible
    • Cleaning: remove any plaque and tartar buildup. When necessary, your teeth may also be polished.

Again, it's recommended to maintain a regular dental visit scheduled, at least every six months or twice a year.

How to choose the right dentist for me?

The ideal answer to this question may vary depending on your unique needs and priorities, but here are some key questions to ask:

  • Is it close enough to your home and/or office? Remember that you may need to visit the North York dentist during emergencies.
  • Is it an accredited dental practice? Not a must, but an accredited practice means this is a high-quality dentistry practice, and the dental professional and/or clinic have worked hard to meet adequate healthcare standards.
  • Does the dental office have adequate parking? Is it close enough to public transport? Also, consider the accessibility of the dental office.
  • Are their office hours suitable for your preferences? Will you require a North York dentist that opens outside the usual (9 to 5) business hours?
  • Will this dentist accept your insurance or participate in government schemes you're eligible in?
  • Are you looking for a North York dentist that specializes in a particular area of dentistry or specific treatment?
How often should I visit my dentist?

The general rule of thumb is that you should visit the North York dentist for regular cleaning and check-up twice a year or every six months.

However, at the very least, you should visit the North York dentist once a year even when you don't have any symptoms of oral health problems.

Keep in mind that if you have previous dental issues (i.e., cavities, gum disease, previous abscesses), you should increase the frequency of your regular check-up to prevent future problems, and you might want to get checked out every 3 or 4 months.

At what age should a child start visiting a dentist?

For children, the first visit to the North York dentist should happen within six months of their first tooth appearing, and then you should maintain regular visits at least twice a year, not only to prevent future dental health problems (which can be dangerous even for baby teeth) but also to familiarize themselves with dental practices and dental tools.

Regular visits to the North York dentist will also allow the dental professional to check whether teeth are developing normally and detect any problems as early as possible.

The more comfortable your children are with dental treatments from a young age, the more likely they will be able to maintain good oral health and hygiene practices into adulthood.

How to schedule a check-up at the dentist?

Here at Smile Centre North York, scheduling a check-up at the North York dentist is very easy:

  1. Fill out our online appointment form here, and mention "regular check-up" in the "How can we help you:" field.
  2. Pick a date and time that works for you
  3. You'll receive an email confirmation once your booking is complete

P.S. If you are unable to book online or you cannot find a time that fits your schedule, please don't hesitate to give us a call toll-free at 416-800-1581, and we will find a time that works!

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We take great pride in what we do, and how we do it. Together, we can navigate your journey to lifelong dental health. Let our North York dentist help you bring out your happiest and healthiest smile!


North York Smile Centre
5 Park Home Ave #130,
North York,
ON M2N 6L4