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Toronto Dentist


2300 Yonge Street, 2nd Floor
Toronto, ON, M4P 1E4

(416) 322-9944

Scotia Plaza

104 Yonge Street, Unit #214
Toronto, ON, M5C 2Y6

(416) 644-1122

Royal Bank Plaza

200 Bay Street, Unit LR8
Toronto, ON, M5J 2J3

(416) 901-1269


595 Bay Street, Unit #H10
Toronto, ON, M5G 2C2

(416) 204-7440


535 Bloor Street West, Suite #201
Toronto, ON, M5S 1Y5

(416) 535-1167

College West

979 College Street
Toronto, ON, M6H 1A6

(416) 533-5544

First Canadian Place

100 King Street West, Unit C13
Toronto, ON, M5X 2A1

(416) 368-7226

Bayview Village (North York)

2885 Bayview Avenue, Unit #4
North York, ON, M2K 0A3

(416) 222-7990

Jane Street (North York)

3869 Jane Street
North York, ON, M3N 2K1

(647) 943-0726


3451 Lawrence Avenue East, Unit A
Scarborough, ON, M1H 1B3

(416) 438-1411


704 Coxwell Avenue
Toronto, ON M4C 3B9

(416) 465-9310

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Peel Region Dentist

Dundas Square

2065 Dundas Street East,
Suite #109
Mississauga, ON, L4X 2W1

(905) 625-9091


25 Peel Centre Dr Unit 430,
Brampton, ON L6T 3R5,

(905) 793-2522

Erin Mills

Altima Mississauga Dental Centre
5100 Erin Mills Parkway
Mississauga, ON, L5M 4Z5

(905) 569-6647

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York Dentist

Markville Mall

5000 Highway 7 East
Markham, ON, L3R 4M9

(905) 752-0233

Promenade (Thornhill)

1 Promenade Circle, Units #185 & #186
Thornhill, ON, L4J 4P8

(905) 707-1010

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Southern Ontario Dentist


340 York Blvd., Suite #300
Hamilton, ON, L8R 3L2

(905) 528-3384


668 King Street East
Cambridge, ON, N3H 3N6

(519) 653-3181

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Eastern Ontario Dentist


1981 Parkedale Avenue, Unit A
Brockville, ON, K6V 0B4

(613) 499-2014


127 Main Street
Morrisburg, ON, K0C 1X0

(613) 543-3802


1131 Concession Street
Russell, ON, K4R 1C8

(613) 445-3505


1046 Princess Street, Unit C13
Kingston, ON, K7L 1H2

(613) 544 -4666

Port Hope

19 Queen Street, Suite #2
Port Hope, ON, L1A 2Y8

(905) 885-5314

Altima Dental Locations

Locate a Dentist Near You

When you are looking for a professional dentist in Ontario, you want to find one near a location that is convenient for you. Wherever you are in the province, Altima Dental’s large group of top professionals provides an office near you. Our Ontario dentists directory gives you plenty of options, and because it’s all in the same network, you can keep the same provider even if you move. That’s the convenience of Altima Dental.

After all, finding a dentist in Ontario shouldn’t be difficult. Oral care is an important part of a healthy, productive lifestyle. That’s why Altima Dental creates a streamlined experience, allowing you to easily schedule a dentist close by without any added stress. We believe that a trip to our offices should be something you can enjoy.

When you are trying to find the nearest dental clinic, it’s important to also factor in who you trust with your smile. The team at Altima Dental are not only often the closest dentist office, but we’re the one of the most trusted in the market. Every one of our many locations are state-of-the-art facilities that can handle all of your needs — from emergencies to routine cleanings and beyond. Plus, our staff strive to make our offices a stress-free trip for you and your entire family. So when you need to find a dentist in Ontario, choose one of Altima Dental’s conveniently located dental clinics near you.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

How do I find a dentist in Ontario?

The Ontario Dental Association provides a find a dentist tool on their website. If you are looking for a dental surgeon, the Royal College of Dental Surgeons of Ontario have a similar tool available here.

How do I find a dentist in my area?

You can easily find a dentist in your area with a quick Google search using the terms, “dentist near me.” That being said, not every dentist is the same, and patients are advised to ask around for recommendations and read reviews before choosing a dentist.

How do I find a new dentist?

To find a new dentist, it’s important to keep these things in mind:

  • What do others in your area recommend? Often our coworkers, friends, and family have dentists that they like.
  • If you are looking for a new dentist because you’re moving, see if your current dentist has anyone, they might refer you to.
  • Do an online search for “dentists in my area,” and see the clinics with the best accessibility — including the most convenient location and hours.
  • Before you make an appointment, schedule a consultation with a dentist you are interested in.

Are dentists easy to switch?

The good news is this: dentists are easy to switch. You can quickly transfer over your records from a previous dentist with a call to their office, and dental clinics are happy to receive new customers!

Where can I find your Ontario dental clinics?

We have a wide network of local dental offices across Ontario and are able to serve many patients in the province. You can find our locations from this website, including our dental directory (this page). If you don’t find the nearest dental office to you, come back in the future, as we update our locations from time to time. For now, we invite you to visit our website to find a dentist nearby including our dentist in Brampton, family dentist in Mississauga, local dentist in Hamilton, centrally located dentist in Cambridge, local dentist in North York, family dentist in Kingston, kid friendly dentist in Brockville and vibrant Thornhill dental clinic

How do I know if my dentist is good?

While expertise is a must, there are many factors that make a good dentist, including:

  • A great listener: Does your dentist really listen to you? If they do, you know that they are taking in all the important information they need.
  • Bedside manner: Does the dentist make you feel comfortable while they care for your teeth?
  • Happy office: If the staff at a clinic are friendly and in good spirits, it likely means that they are being treated well.
  • Respectful: If your dentist doesn’t make you wait and doesn’t upsell you, then it’s a sign that they are respectful of your time and money.

How do I find a good dentist in Canada?

If you are about to switch dentists, there are a few things that really make a difference between dental clinics. A few signs you’ve found a good one are:

  • The hours and location are convenient for you.
  • They can serve your entire family.
  • Their payment options fit your needs.
  • Their office can handle any special needs you may have.
  • There is a plan in place if you need treatment after hours or in an emergency.
  • You can get an appointment easily.

How many dentists are in Ontario?

According to the government of Canada, there are 6,887 dentist offices in Ontario, as well as 5,293 dentists who do not employ staff regularly.

How do I find a good dentist in Toronto?

The Ontario Dental Association provides a Find a Dentist tool on their website. You’ll want to narrow your search to the Toronto area, which the tool allows you to do easily.If you are looking for a dental surgeon, the Royal College of Dental Surgeons of Ontario have a similar tool available here. As with the Ontario Dental Association tool, you’ll want to narrow your search to the city of Toronto.

How do I find an honest dentist?

There are a few steps you can take to make sure your dentist is honest:

  • Ask a previous dentist you trust.
  • Ask others you know who have been to the dentist in question.
  • Get in touch with professional organizations the dentist is in, including a local or national dental society.

How can I get free dental care in Ontario?

Ontario provides four government programs for free dental care. These include:

  • Ontario works (OW): for low-income adults
  • Healthy Smiles Ontario (HSO): for children
  • Ontario Disability Support Program (ODSP): for disabled adults
  • Ontario Seniors Dental Care Program (OSDCP): for seniors

The federal government provides three programs for free dental care. These include:

  • Veterans Affairs Canada (VAC): for Canadian veterans
  • Interim Federal Health Program (IFHP): for resettled refugees
  • Non-Insured Health Benefits (NIHB): for First Nations people who qualify

Does OHIP cover dental work?

The Ontario Health Insurance Plan (OHIP) does not cover dental services for the most part. If you have dental surgery in a hospital, OHIP might cover it in certain circumstances, including:

  • Repairing damage from an accident
  • Repairing jaw disease
  • Repairing birth defects

Your employer might provide dental plans in your benefits package.

How much does it cost to pull a tooth in Ontario?

Every dental clinic will charge differently, even for the same procedure. In general, a tooth extraction in Ontario will cost between $200 and $400 if you are uninsured. If you have insurance, you can expect to pay $100 to $200.

How much does it cost to see a doctor in Ontario without OHIP?

Without an OHIP health card, you can expect to pay between $100 and $600 to visit a doctor during the day. Prices can often go up dramatically at night, sometimes even doubling. These prices do not include added costs of medications or treatment.

How much does it cost to get wisdom teeth removed in Ontario?

Prices vary greatly between dental clinics. With insurance, you will likely pay somewhere between $100 and $200 out of your own pocket, per tooth. If you aren’t insured, you can expect tooth extraction in Ontario to cost between $200 and $400. Unfortunately, OHIP does not cover wisdom teeth removal, unless you require hospitalization, which they will cover.

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