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Toronto, ON

Serving Ontario Patients

Welcome to North Shores Dental, your premier destination for top-tier dental care in the heart of Toronto. We pride ourselves on providing a wide array of dental services tailored to meet the needs of every member of your family. With a team of three highly skilled dentists at the helm, we are dedicated to delivering the highest standard of dental care in a comfortable and welcoming environment.

At North Shores Dental, we understand the importance of accessibility to immediate dental care, which is why we offer comprehensive emergency dentistry services. Whether you're dealing with a sudden toothache, a broken tooth, or any other urgent dental issue, our experienced team is ready to provide swift, effective treatment to alleviate your pain and address the problem.

Our services extend beyond emergency care, encompassing a full spectrum of dental treatments designed to maintain, restore, and enhance your oral health. From routine cleanings and examinations to advanced restorative procedures and cosmetic dentistry, we employ the latest technologies and techniques to ensure you achieve and maintain a healthy, radiant smile.


Directions to Our Practice

If you've never been to our practice before, we can help you find it! Anyone coming to us from the general direction of the Toronto Public Library – Toronto Reference Library should take Colier St heading northeast, go right onto Church St, then left onto Park Rd. After the bend, turn right onto Rosedale Valley Rd, then right again onto Bayview Ave. Turn right onto Eastern Ave, then right again onto Adelaide St and the Eastern Ave diversion. Continue to the intersection with Queen St, then turn slightly right onto Kingston Rd. The road will bend until you're facing almost due east. Right when you pass the YMCA on your right, look for us on your left


Our City's History

Toronto's history is deeply rooted in its strategic location at the entrance of a major route used by the Huron, Iroquois, and Ojibwe peoples, with archaeological evidence showing human activity dating back thousands of years. 

In the 1660s, the Iroquois established villages within modern-day Toronto, but by 1701, the Mississaugas had taken over the area after the Iroquois left due to the Beaver Wars. The French then founded Fort Rouillé in 1750, but it was abandoned in 1759 during the Seven Years' War. After the British victory, the area became part of Quebec in 1763.

The American Revolutionary War saw an influx of British settlers, known as United Empire Loyalists, who were granted land in the area. In 1787, a significant land purchase from the Mississaugas led to the naming of Toronto and the eventual establishment of York by Governor John Graves Simcoe in 1793, who saw it as a safer capital for Upper Canada than Niagara-on-the-Lake. 

Despite being captured and plundered by U.S. forces in 1813 during the War of 1812, York was incorporated as the City of Toronto in 1834, adopting its Indigenous name and becoming a pivotal location in Canadian history.


We Look Forward to Helping You Achieve Your Smile Goals!

We invite you to explore the unique blend of professionalism, expertise, and personalized care that sets North Shores Dental apart. Experience the difference with our dedicated team, state-of-the-art facilities, and a commitment to your dental health and well-being. Welcome to the North Shores Dental family — where your smile is our top priority.

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