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18 Wynford Drive Suite 309
Worried About COVID-19?
We were one of 3 dental practices cleared by the RCDSO to stay open on Day 1 of the pandemic. We already had advanced HEPA air filtration by Surgically Clean Air coupled with UVC sterilization of the air. Now we have true Negative pressure operatories which eliminate the chance of you breathing contaminated air.
Welcome to Our Practice
Hi There, I’m Dr. Josh Resnick and thanks for stopping by to visit! If you are looking for a dental team who puts the patient first, please look no further. Your experience at our office is of the utmost importance – not to mention the quality and care put into making your smile. No two people are alike and we customize care to your wishes.
Techniques & Technology
We constantly update techniques to create the best experience for you! For example: Impressions without the putty or slime – yep. Digital X-rays – yep. Shorter appointment times. Shorter wait times.
All Specialties - One Roof
Whether you are suffering from wisdom teeth, two front teeth that don’t match, a root canal gone wrong or teeth that never came in properly – we’ve got you covered. We also respect our boundaries – if you are a rare exceptionally difficult case we know the best specialists in town.
Frequently Asked Questions
Are you accepting new patients?
We have been growing for years and would love to continue! To become a new patient call our office at 416-757-8977 and we would be happy to have you come in and meet our team.
Do you see emergency patients?
In a dental emergency the sooner you seek help the better. We make every effort to accommodate all emergencies. If you have any problems breathing going to the hospital is advised.
I'm really nervous about visiting the dentist. Is there anything you can do to help calm my nerves?
We understand that many patients are extremely nervous around the dental office. Our goal is to create a relaxing and peaceful atmosphere. Each of our rooms has a TV for entertainment and distraction. For more complex procedures we offer up to moderate levels of sedation to help you more than just relax!
How can you help with insurance?
Our team is available to help you with all your insurance claims and paperwork. We’ll work with your insurance provider to make sure you understand your benefits. Our office offers direct billing and flexible payment options for all your dental needs.
How do I prevent gum disease and tooth decay?
To help maintain good oral health, it is recommended that you brush and floss your teeth twice a day with fluoride toothpaste. We also recommend regular dental check ups. Some people need every 3 months, some every 3 years. Most of the time You Make the Choice! Wink Wink.
At what age should I bring my child in for his/her first check up?
We recommended you bring your child in as soon as their first teeth make their debut. This will give the dentist an opportunity to asses the development of your child’s overall health and of course teeth. This also is a great way to introduce your child to our team so we may begin to develop a trusting relationship early on.
There are so many toothpastes and toothbrushes out there. How do I know which ones to use and how often to replace my toothbrush?
Use Soft bristles for your teeth. Medium and hard are usually for cleaning the floor. For babies water works just fine, no flavoured gels required. For adults and children who are able to spit out toothpaste, cavity risk is lowered when fluoride is in it. There are also specific toothpastes available to people with sensitive teeth. For toothbrushes the best kind is one you use twice a day for 2 minutes carefully. Manual or electric are great. It is recommended to replace your toothbrush every 3-6 months or if you get sick.
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