(416) 225-9777

330-4750 Yonge St. North York ON M2N 0J6

Our Services

Emerald View Dental is a patient-focused practice that offers a full range of dental services using the most cutting edge techniques available. These include advanced cosmetic dentistry, implant solutions and dental hygiene care. Moreover, through the use of concious sedation, we perform your dental procedures in a safe and relaxing environment for adult and pediatric patients alike. In addressing all facets of your oral health, we’ll work with you to develop a personalized dental treatment plan.

We are conveniently open on evenings and weekends. Urgent dental needs are met immediately.

Whether you are seeking that beautiful, confident smile that you’ve always dreamed of, or your child has a dental emergency on a weekend, rest assured that at Emerald View Dental, you will receive the highest level of dental care in a welcomg and friendly atmosphere.

Preventative Dentistry

“An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure”

Regular Exams – We at Emerald View Dental wholeheartedly believe in the importance of prevention when it comes to your teeth. That is why we adopt the most cutting-edge imaging and diagnostic technology to aid in our regular and thorough screening exams.

Moreover, you’re just as much part of our oral care team. Through educational discussions surrounding best oral hygiene practices, such as proper brushing techniques, flossing and diet counselling, you can once again take charge of your oral health!

Restorative Treatment

Dental Crowns / Bridges
Crowns are fixed prosthetic devices used to entirely cover or “cap” a missing or weak tooth. Crowns are used to strengthen a damaged tooth, or to improve its appearance, shape or alignment. They can also be placed on top of an implant to provide a more natural shape and structure for better function. Depending on your specific dental needs, crowns can be made up of various materials, with some matched to the color of your natural teeth

Endodontics (Root Canal)

Our teeth are meant to last a lifetime. Sometimes however, a deep cavity or an injury can crack the tooth and cause damage to its inner aspect, called the pulp (where the network of blood vessels and nerves reside). If left untreated, the inflamed pulp can become infected and can cause further injury to the surrounding bone, resulting in swelling and pain. 

Endodontic treatment, or Root Canal Therapy is performed to save the tooth, and to relive pain and swelling. This involves opening the tooth, removing the damaged pulp, and then sealing the tooth. Afterwards, a crown or other restoration can be placed on the tooth to protect and restore it to full function.

Prosthodontics (Dentures)

Dentures are artificial replacements for your missing natural teeth and gums. If a trauma or poor oral health has resulted in loss of most or all of your teeth, dentures can replace your missing teeth. There are two types of dentures: complete and partial dentures. Complete dentures are used when all the teeth are missing, while partial dentures are used when some natural teeth remain. For both types, your dentist takes 3D impressions of your teeth to create a custom-made model for your dentures.

Partial dentures may be used when nearby teeth are not strong enough to hold a bridge, or when many teeth are missing. The artificial teeth of a denture are held in place by metal clasps that fit onto nearby natural teeth, and can be removed for cleaning and at night. Conversely, “full dentures” and are used when all your natural teeth are missing. Complete dentures are removable as they are held in place by suction. Complete dentures can be provided immediately after extraction to provide better aesthetics during the healing period, which can take up to 6 months, but may need to be replaced due to tissue remodeling during that time.


Implants are used for the replacement of missing tooth (or teeth). They are titanium rods that are surgically embedded into the jawbone. With time, the implant fuses with your bone, acting as a new “root” to support a crown, bridge or full denture. The artificial teeth or crown (cap) will replace your missing tooth and is made to look and feel like your natural teeth. Since implants fuse to your jawbone, they help give you the same stability and security as your natural teeth. Moreover, implants are an ideal cosmetic solution to missing teeth, allowing you to chew and speak with ease. Therefore, implants can help give you a replacement tooth that looks, feels and functions as naturally as the original!

Wisdom Tooth Extraction

Wisdom teeth are the last teeth to erupt, usually in your late teens to early twenties. By the time they errupt, there is typically no longer enough room in the jaw to accommodate them. This can lead to misalignment of the teeth or impaction that can result in painful crowding and disease.

Since removing the wisdom teeth at an earlier age is less demanding and has fewer complications, the American Dental Association recommends that people between 16-19 years have their wisdom teeth evaluated to see if they need to be removed. Wisdom tooth extraction is a common procedure and with appropriate anesthesia, it is performed with minimal discomfort. It should be considered if you are developing frequent cavities and infections, or gum issues affecting the health of adjacent teeth.

Orthodontics (Braces)

Alignment of the teeth and jaws not only gives you a beautiful smile, but also improves your oral health. Braces are either fixed or removable dental appliances that are used to straighten teeth, correct an irregular bite, or to close unsightly gaps. Braces work by applying continuous pressure over a period of time to slowly move teeth in the jaw bone. Today’s braces are more comfortable than ever before, with newer orthodontic material and techniques capable of moving teeth in a shorter period of time.

Invisalign are clear and invsible set of custom-made plastic aligners, designed to shift your teeth into the proper position. Every few weeks, the aligner trays are replaced with a new set, continually being adjusted as the teeth shift into their desired placement. Invisalign provides the same benefits as traditional braces but offers an aesthetic advantage by being less noticeable.

Teeth Whitening / Bleaching

Even if you brush and floss your teeth thoroughly every day, you may notice that your smile begins to lose its shine over time. While proper oral hygiene can go a long way in preventing stains, things like aging, medications, coffee, tea and tobacco can all contribute to tooth discolouration and yellowing.

But no need to worry: Obtaining a whiter, more beautiful smile within one office visit has never been simpler! Following a dental exam to ensure the overall health of your teeth and gums, we provide a safe and pain-free teeth whitening treatment that yields immediately visible results. Photos may be taken of your teeth, and their color measured as benchmarks for assessing your progress. So sit back and relax as your teeth whiten in no time!