Free and Low Cost Dental Care

Oral health is very important for overall health, but can be expensive for low-income families.
Toronto Public Health offers free dental services and works with many community health centres, community agencies and private dentists throughout the city to make sure affordable treatment is available.

Find affordable dental clinics near you by searching on this map

Here are a few low-cost dental clinics in Toronto:
    Faculty of Dentistry – U of T
    101 Elm St. Toronto-416-979-4927
    Regent Park Community Centre
    465 Dundas St. E. 416-364-2261 ext:7019
    George Brown College – Casa Loma Campus
    175 Kendal Ave. Toronto 416-415-4547
    Queen West Community Health Centre
    168 Bathurst St., Toronto 416-703-8481
    North York Civic Centre
    5100 Yonge St., ground floor 416-338-8399
    New Heights C. H. C.
    12 Flemington Rd. 416-338-2055
    LAMP C.H.C.
    185 Fifth St. Toronto 416-252-8576

Contact your local Public Health Unit to enroll or Call Service Ontario

Healthy Smiles Ontario
This is a government-funded dental program that provides free dental care for children under 17 years of age from low-income households.
The program includes check-ups, cleaning, fillings and urgent care
from a licensed dental provider