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The Tooth Corner in Owen Sound

Owen Sound Dentist

If you live or work in Owen Sound, you don’t have to venture outside our community to find a well-established, friendly, and dependable dental office. The Tooth Corner has a full-service dental clinic, right in the heart of Owen Sound, at 945 3rd Avenue East. You can count on our trained and experienced team to provide comfortable dental care, whether you need a routine procedure, cosmetic dentistry, or emergency treatment.

When you walk into our office, you’ll immediately notice our low-stress, comfortable atmosphere. We take special measures so that all patients feel welcome and relaxed at every appointment. Of course, we also strive to provide personalized dental care for patients of all ages. Our highly-skilled team has the education, training, and expertise to perform preventive, restorative and cosmetic dentistry, as well as sleep dentistry for anxious patients, dental implant placement and restoration, and Invisalign clear orthodontics.

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Whatever your state of oral health, we will help you improve it, then maintain it, for a confident smile and healthy life. We offer a full range of dental services, including:

Dental braces—We administer braces to patients of all ages to correct underbites, overbites, malocclusion, crooked teeth, crowding, and more. Various orthodontic treatment options are available, from traditional metal braces to clear braces. We will work with you to make sure you receive the option that matches your personal needs.

Implants—When patients are missing teeth or wear poor-fitting dentures, dental implants may be recommended. An implant is a screw-like component (essentially an artificial tooth root) surgically embedded into the jaw bone and then topped with a replacement tooth (crown) or teeth (bridge or denture). Dental implants can last a lifetime when good oral health is maintained.

Root canal therapy— We may recommend a root canal when the nerve of a tooth has been severely damaged and the tooth cannot be restored. During this procedure, all infected tissue is removed from the affected tooth, and the interior chambers are filled with a rubber-like dental material. This saves the tooth and prevents infection from spreading. Oftentimes, a crown is applied seal and strengthen the tooth.

Multiple tooth extraction—A serious injury or extensive, unchecked tooth decay can damage teeth to the point that they must be removed. In other cases, extraction is necessary prior to orthodontic treatment or wearing a denture. Wisdom teeth, called third molars, may also require extraction if they become impacted or cause pain. If you need one or many teeth removed, our dentists will use contemporary modalities and medication to ensure your comfort.

Dental hygiene—One of the most effective ways to prevent tooth decay and gum disease is by having a good dental care routine at home. This includes properly brushing your teeth at least twice a day, ideally in the morning and again before going to bed, as well as flossing daily. In addition, we encourage patients to come in regularly for checkups and dental hygiene visits. These involve an oral examination by the dentist and a thorough cleaning of the gums and teeth by a dental hygienist.

Sleep dentistry— Sedation, or sleep dentistry, is often recommended for patients who feel extremely anxious about going to the dentist or are unable to become (and stay) numb with an anesthetic. People who have trouble sitting in a dental chair for extended periods of time (which may be required for an extensive procedure) or suffer from a sensitive gag reflex may also benefit from sleep dentistry.

New patients are always welcome!

We always welcome new patients and look forward to meeting you. Schedule your check-up and cleaning or visit us for a specific dental issue. We will also be happy to discuss smile enhancement with you, should you be interested in cosmetic dentistry.

To schedule your consultation at our dental office in Owen Sound, or if you have any questions, please feel free to reach out to us at 519-371-3432. We will do our very best to provide you with the treatment you need and deserve.

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Visiting our dentist shouldn’t break the bank. However, most of us don’t understand the true value of oral health, and it’s upkeep. Most of us are quick to spend thousands of dollars on a vacation that may last a few days or a few weeks, yet are very hesitant to spend money when it comes to the one curve that lasts a lifetime and sets everything straight, our smile. Whether you have dental insurance or not, we charge appropriate, reasonable, and fair prices for the quality of care we provide. Furthermore, our prices are comparable to the suggested fee guide supplied by Ontario’s Dental Association (ODA).

Only well-screened, qualified doctors and hygienists make it through to ensure a comfortable and joyful experience for you. We know that visiting a dentist is not something many of us look forward to so it is paramount that you’re in the gentle and capable hands of a caring and experienced professional, and we’ve gone to lengths to ensure that here.

We treat people, not just teeth. We’re more interested in you, the one behind the smile. The last thing any of us want to deal with is a rude, edgy, or poorly trained receptionist or office manager. Empathy is one of our core values, and we go to extreme measures to ensure that it’s palpable in every interaction we have with you, our beloved patients.

We take all private dental insurance plans like Manulife, Sun Life, Great-West Life, Blue Cross, Green Shield Canada and more. If you’re not sure, call us and ask. We believe that no patient should be left to worry or be concerned with whether we accept their insurance or not, but to make it easy for you, and for your added convenience, we decided to take them all.

Whether it’s ODSP for disability support, Ontario Works for welfare, Healthy Smiles Ontario for kids 17 and under, or IFHP for refugees, we take them all. If it’s made in Canada, we accept it. In a nutshell, we dislike disappointing patients or turning them away.


Here are the directions for the Owen Sound Office.

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We are located just off of main street, on 2nd Avenue East, right between Shorty's Bar and Grill, and the post office. We are located behind DC Taylors, and in the same building as Life Labs.

If you are coming from the East side of town, we are at the bottom of the 10th Street East Hill. At the bottom of the hill, with the large church and baseball diamond on the right, you will turn left on to 4th Street East. This will take you to the back parking lot of the Medical Professional Building that we are located in. For best parking, continue to the front of the building, where you will see our signs.

If you are coming from the West side of town, continue down the 10th Street East Hill, until you see a Circle K on your left, and Shorty's Bar and Grill in front of you. Turn right at this corner. You will see the Medical Professional Building on your left. Turn left into this parking lot, and you have arrived!

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Our office is located in the heart of Owen Sound. We are located in a Medical Professional Building, with lots of parking.

If you are coming from the East side of town, you will follow highway 26, until you reach Highway 6. At this intersection, you will also see a Tim Hortons, and gas station. Please turn right onto highway 6, also known as 10th Street East. At the bottom of the hill, turn left onto 3rd Street East. You will see the Medical Professional Building on your left and a large parking lot. Please turn left into the parking lot. You should see our signs on the first floor of the medical building. You have arrived!

If you are coming from the West side of town, follow Highway 21 until it turns into Highway 6. You will make your way down a large hill. Continue down this hill until you see 3rd Avenue East and a Circle K on your left. Please turn right onto 3rd Avenue East. You should see the Medical Professional Building, with our signs on the front. You can turn left into the large parking lot, and you have arrived!


Dental Braces

Braces can correct open bites, over bite, under bites, and cross bites. They can also correct cosmetic issues unrelated to occlusion, such as slightly overlapped, gapped, or twisted teeth. Children as young as seven years old can begin interceptive orthodontics with braces and other appliances, such as expanders and spacers. Children sometimes benefit from phased orthodontic treatment, in which braces are worn two or more times during adolescence and young adult years. Adults can also wear braces.... Read More »

Wisdom Tooth Extraction

If you experience pain when your wisdom teeth start to come in, one of the unerupted third molars could be impacted or infected. Sometimes patients want to proactively have the large teeth removed, before they cause pain. Wisdom teeth can be hard to clean, due to their location in the very back of the mouth. If yours erupt and develop normally, there’s a risk that they could create problems in the future if improper brushing and flossing allows decay to develop. However, some people retain all their wisdom teeth throughout life, without incident. ... Read More »

Oral Hygiene

Dental hygiene is the practice of keeping teeth clean and healthy. Our mouths are subjected to over 600 different kinds of bacteria all the time, and while some of the bacteria are good, the job of bad bacteria is to cause cavities, gum disease, and bad breath. At Southern Ontario Tooth Corner dental clinics, our dentists and hygienists partner with patients of all ages to battle bad bacteria. We want you to keep your natural teeth and enjoy healthy gums throughout your lifetime. ... Read More »

Children’s Dentistry

A pediatric dentist offers a complete range including oral health exams, preventive care through twice yearly check-ups to monitor growth and cleaning, filling cavities, assessment for orthodontics (braces), and treating gum disease. In some instances, it is necessary to repair or replace a chipped or broken tooth in a child. Dental and oral injuries are common in kids who participate in sports, which is why we strongly recommend that young athletes wear a mouth guard. ... Read More »

Sleep Dentistry

Sedation or sleep dentistry refers to the use of sedatives to calm and relax a patient prior to and during a dental appointment. These sedatives exert their action by depressing the central nervous system, specifically those areas concerned with conscious awareness. There are different degrees of central nervous system depression, each corresponding to a level of relaxation which ranges from minimal, moderate, to deep sedation... ... Read More »

Tooth Veneers

Dental veneers transform a smile and replace the need for many other dental procedures, ultimately improving self-esteem, while saving time and expense. Made of porcelain or composite resin, veneers will redefine tooth colour, shape, spacing, and overall appearance. Every element of what makes a smile attractive can be addressed with veneers. So, whether you want a big, bold smile for your giant personality, or you’d like a more demure and mature smile, porcelain veneers can deliver the look you want to achieve. Call the Tooth Corner dental clinic nearest you, in Southern Ontario, to schedule a cosmetic dentistry appointment now. ... Read More »

Teeth Whitening

Teeth whitening is a dental procedure that lightens or removes stains, yellowing, and other discolouration. We invite you to call one of our 20 Tooth Corner dental clinics serving Southern Ontario to schedule an appointment or ask questions about teeth whitening. Don’t you deserve a brilliant smile?... Read More »

Root Canal Therapy

A root canal is designed to save a tooth with internal bacterial infection. At the Tooth Corner in Southern Ontario, our dentists provide root canal treatment. The procedure has come a long way in the past few decades. With microtools and modern techniques, we often complete the entire procedure in a single visit. ... Read More »


Straighter teeth might be possible, without having to wear braces, if you’re a good candidate for Invisalign. The 20 Tooth Corner locations across Southern Ontario offer this innovative, clear aligner technology that’s an alternative to traditional metal bracket-and-wire braces. Patients enjoy having a natural smile during orthodontic treatment, as well as the ability to remove the clear aligners when eating or cleaning their teeth. Invisalign even offers a special product for teenagers.... Read More »


If you are missing one or more consecutive teeth, it’s time to consider dental bridges. These restorative prosthetic appliances “bridge the gap” between missing teeth to restore form and function to a smile. If you have lost teeth due to extraction, trauma, or disease, replacing them is important to your oral and overall good health. ... Read More »


A tooth extraction is the purposeful removal of a tooth. At the Tooth Corner dental clinics of Southern Ontario, we do all we can to save damaged and infected teeth with root canal therapy, crowns, and various restorative treatments. However, sometimes the infection or damage to a tooth is so severe that the only way to restore oral health and relieve pain is by removing a tooth. ... Read More »


If you have missing or damaged teeth, a dental crown can fill the gap. Crowns also provide dental health benefits by allowing you to chew and process food without difficulty. Dentists place crowns on your teeth, helping to improve the appearance of your teeth and repair any damage your teeth have suffered. A crown also improves the strength of your teeth so you resume normal activity, such as eating and drinking.... Read More »

Emergency Dentist

Emergencies have a way of happening at inconvenient times, like when you are away from home. In the event of a dental emergency, you can visit one of the 20 the Tooth Corner dental offices across Southern Ontario for help, even if you are not a regular patient. Waiting until you return home from a vacation or for a next available appointment may jeopardize your dental health, and your pain could intensify. ... Read More »



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If you are experiencing pain or have an emergency, call 289-805-7119 immediately.

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Do you accept welfare insurance?

Yes, most of our offices except welfare or OW insurance with the exception of a few. Please call your location of interest to verify.

Do you bill directly to insurance companies?

With the exception of our locations in Toronto (The Tooth Corner on Edward Street) and Owen Sound, we do bill directly to the insurance company.

When should I start bringing my child to the dentist? 

We recommend bringing your children to the dentist as early as possible. Even if they are not having dental work done, they can have a ride in the chair. This will help them get used to the atmosphere and remember "the dentist" as a fun experience. The goal is that they will be relaxed and comfortable when the time comes for them to undergo treatment.

Are you open on weekends?

Some of our offices are open on weekends, please visit your location of interest under locations in the main menu above to verify office hours.

Are you accepting new patients? 

Yes, we are always accepting new patients!

Do you offer sedation in the office?

Yes, many of our offices offer sleep dentistry, which often helps those with anxiety or fear of the dentist. If you require sleep dentistry, please call your location of interest to double check that it's available there.

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