North of Danforth Avenue on the west side of Coxwell Avenue.
704 Coxwell Avenue
Phone: (416) 465-9343
Fax: (416) 465-9310
Email: [email protected]
|Monday||8:30am - 5:00pm|
|Tuesday||8:30am - 5:00pm|
|Wednesday||8:30am - 5:00pm|
|Thursday||8:30am - 5:00pm|
|Friday||8:30am - 3:00pm|
|Saturday||8:30am - 2:00pm|
Many people don't realize how important oral health is to overall health, and may even put off seeing a dentist until they experience tooth-related pain or another issue that needs prompt treatment. At Altima Dental, we believe in the importance of making it easy for our patients to access the dental care they need when they need it. This is why our locations are easy to reach, and offer convenient hours that can accommodate even the busiest of schedules.
Our Coxwell office is located just north of Danforth Avenue, right by Coxwell Station, and offers convenient hours from Monday to Saturday to make it easy to book an appointment that suits you best.
Whether you need to book a routine cleaning or wish to inquire about our other services, the team at our Coxwell location will be happy to provide you with the services you need. Informed by the latest research and equipped with the most advanced technologies, our team of professionals is committed to providing you with outstanding care and an informative, compassionate environment to make you feel at ease.
We recognize that for many people, including young children, a trip to the dentist's office can be an anxiety-inducing experience, and that can be a reason why people may not see their dentist as often as they should to get the reliable, preventative care they need. This is why we are dedicated to addressing any concerns you may have and making you feel as comfortable as possible. Patient satisfaction is our top priority, and we want to ensure that we meet all your dental care needs.
Are you concerned about the appearance of a damaged tooth? A root canal or a large filling can leave a tooth misshapen, which can make you feel self-conscious about how your teeth look. Don't let damage to your teeth keep you from smiling! Thanks to the methods and materials we have available to us today, getting the smile you want has never been easier.
At Altima Dental, we offer multiple treatment types that can be catered to your exact needs. A dental crown, also known as a dental cap, is bonded to the top of a damaged tooth or a dental implant in order to prevent further damage, strengthen the tooth, or improve the appearance of the tooth. Crowns are typically made by getting an impression of the tooth, and using the model to make the crown out of dental porcelain, which is very strong and easy to match to the rest of your teeth.
Old-fashioned methods of dealing with a cavity or damaged tooth would often involve the use of gold or silver teeth to strengthen the affected tooth or fill in a cavity. However, these were visible to anyone who looked and did not match the rest of the person's teeth.
With advances in restorative materials, high-quality, durable dental porcelain is now the preferred choice to ensure that you can have a smile that looks healthy and full. Talk to one of our service providers today if you would like to find out more about porcelain crowns and whether or not they are the right choice for you.
Areas of Focus: General Dentistry, Cosmetic Dentistry, Restorations
Professional Affiliations: Canadian Dental Association, Ontario Dental Association, Toronto Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry, Academy of General Dentistry
Languages Spoken: English
Areas of Focus: General Dentistry, Cosmetic Dentistry, TMJ and Sleep Therapeutic Appliance Treatment, Prosthodontics, Implants, Gerontology
Professional Affiliations: Royal College of Dental Surgeons of Ontario, Canadian Dental Association, Ontario Dental Association, Toronto Crown & Bridge Study Club, American Academy of Craniofacial Pain, Canadian Academy of Clinical Sleep Disorders Disciplines
Languages Spoken: English
Areas of Focus: General Dentistry, Restorative Dentistry, Orthodontics, Invisalign
Professional Affiliations: University of Toronto, Royal College of Dental Surgeons of Ontario, Canadian Dental Association, Ontario Dental Association
Languages Spoken: English & Arabic