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Just an amazing experience from the moment you walk into the clinic to the moment you leave. Very friendly staff. Amazing work. Thankyou to everyone at the NorthHill Dental Team

Daniel Brady

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Our customers love us for a reason. Some of our clients have been with us for years. their satisfaction is our companies reputation.

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Welcome To Our Family


North Hill Dental Center is a family oriented office that has been offering a full range of dental procedures since 2009. With the new management over the past year, we are proud that our office has become the patients’ dental home. Our modern clinic with the latest devices and equipment are placed to make sure you receive the highest quality of care, with the help of our experienced dentists and clinic staff.


A general dental check-up, also known as a routine dental examination or dental checkup, is a crucial component of maintaining good oral health. These regular appointments with your dentist are typically recommended every six months, although the frequency may vary based on your individual dental health needs. Here’s what to expect during a general dental check-up and why they are essential:

Importance Of Dental Check-Ups:

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  1. Preventive Care: Regular dental check-ups help detect and address dental issues at an early stage, often before they cause significant pain or discomfort.

  2. Oral Hygiene Reinforcement: Dentists and dental hygienists provide guidance on maintaining proper oral hygiene practices at home, such as brushing, flossing, and using mouthwash.

  3. Early Disease Detection: Check-ups allow for the early detection of dental problems like cavities, gum disease, and oral cancer, increasing the chances of successful treatment.

  4. Education: Patients can learn about lifestyle choices, diet, and habits that can impact their oral health.

  5. Maintaining Overall Health: Good oral health is closely linked to overall health, as dental issues can contribute to systemic health problems. Regular check-ups can help address oral health concerns that may affect your well-being. 


What Happens During a General Dental Check-Up:

  1. Medical History Review: The dental check-up usually begins with a review of your medical history. It’s essential to inform your dentist of any changes in your overall health, medications you are taking, or recent medical treatments.

  2. Discussion of Concerns: Your dentist will ask if you have any specific dental concerns or issues you’ve noticed, such as pain, sensitivity, bleeding gums, or changes in your oral health.

  3. Visual Examination: The dentist will visually inspect your mouth, gums, tongue, throat, and other oral structures for any signs of abnormalities, including sores, lesions, or discolorations.

  4. Dental X-Rays: Depending on your oral health history and the dentist’s assessment, they may recommend dental X-rays (radiographs). X-rays can reveal issues that may not be visible during the visual examination, such as cavities between teeth, bone loss, or impacted teeth.

  5. Gum Health Assessment: The dentist will evaluate the health of your gums by measuring the depth of the spaces between your teeth and gums (periodontal pockets). This helps assess the presence of gum disease (periodontal disease).

  6. Dental Cleaning (Prophylaxis): A dental hygienist or dentist will perform a professional dental cleaning (prophylaxis) to remove plaque and tartar buildup on your teeth. This process includes scaling (removing hardened plaque) and polishing to make your teeth smooth and less susceptible to future plaque accumulation.

  7. Oral Cancer Screening: Your dentist may conduct an oral cancer screening by examining your mouth and throat for signs of cancer or precancerous conditions.

  8. Tooth Decay Assessment: The dentist will check for signs of tooth decay (cavities) on the surfaces of your teeth. This may involve using dental instruments to probe the teeth for soft spots or signs of decay.

  9. Bite and Jaw Evaluation: Your dentist will assess your bite (how your upper and lower teeth come together) and check for signs of teeth grinding (bruxism) or jaw disorders like temporomandibular joint (TMJ) issues.

  10. Treatment Recommendations: Based on the findings of the examination, your dentist may recommend treatment or preventive measures. This could include dental fillings, fluoride treatments, dental sealants, oral hygiene instructions, or referrals for specialized care if needed.

In summary, general dental check-ups are a fundamental part of maintaining your oral health. They allow dentists to assess your oral condition, provide preventive care, and catch potential issues early. By attending regular dental check-ups and following your dentist’s recommendations, you can enjoy a healthy and confident smile for years to come.



Quality Service is our redline


At North Hill Dental Center our great philosophy is that dentistry is more than receiving teeth and gum treatments and in fact, it is a holistic approach to healthcare. Our professional team including dentists, hygienists and administrators provide and maintain the best and most personalized dental care available accompanied by  the latest technology and the best dental materials.

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General, Cosmetic, and Restorative Dentistry

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DR.Nasser Jafari


Dr. Nasser Jafari was born and raised in Iran. He graduated in 2002 with a Doctor of Dental Surgery degree from Shahid Beheshi University, which is the most well-known faculty of dentistry in Iran.

He became a certified dentist by the National Dental Examining Board of Canada in 2014 and a member of Royal College of Dental Surgeons of Ontario. Dr. Jafari has a strong passion for learning, therefore he puts all his effort to keep his knowledge and skills of dentistry up to date by attending various advanced continuing education programs in different cities and countries. He strives for a positive dental experience for all his clients by providing them the very best care and helping them attain beautiful healthy smiles throughout their life. Dental services provided by Dr. Jafari include: Family/Cosmetic Dentistry, Endodontics, Implants, Periodontal Surgery, and Orthodontics/Invisalign


Said About Us

Just a wonderful team. They really know what they’re doing and you feel like family with them

Daniel Luciano

From the first moment to the end, everything was done in a professional style. I really got the results i was looking for.

Emily Gregory

They had the latest devices in their clinic. A very pro and friendly team. 

Jane Mokara

How Often Should I See The Dentist?

Children, teens, and adults should all see the dentist for a regular checkup at least once every six months. Patients who are at a greater risk for oral cancer or gum disease may be required to see the dentist more than just twice a year. Your doctor will help determine how often you should visit the dentist for regular check-ups.

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My Teeth Feel Fine. Do I Still Need To See A Dentist?

Your teeth may feel fine, but it’s still important to see the dentist regularly because problems can exist without you knowing. Your smile’s appearance is important, and your dentist can help keep your smile healthy and looking beautiful. With so many advances in dentistry, you no longer have to settle for stained, chipped, missing, or misshapen teeth. Today’s dentists offer many treatment choices that can help you smile with confidence

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Why We Love Toronto and Richmondhill:


Its been an honor serving patients from around Ontario, from Toronto to Richmondhill, for years now. The lovely multicultural community in richmondhill is truly what has made richmondhill “RICH” in values. We really enjoy serving Richmondhill and patients coming from other areas in Ontario like Toronto for a couple of reasons, a multicultural community is just one of them. Toronto and Richmondhill have a very positive city vibe from amazing restaurants to fun outdoor and indoor activities. 

  Toronto and its amazing sports vibes for our sports teams are another major reason why we love Toronto. From the Toronto maple leaves to the Toronto blue jays and the amazing Toronto raptors( The champions), we love them all, and we just can’t love any other teams since we grew up with these teams and their legends.

 Toronto and specially Richmondhill, have a variety of restaurants with delicious foods from all countries and cultures that have added to the popularity of Toronto and Richmondhill in Canada. Toronto’s entertainment places like the harbor front, Nathan Philips Square, Eaton Center, Toronto Islands, Niagara Falls, and many more places, it’s why Toronto is our anchor.

 Toronto and Richmondhill have a growing population. Toronto and Richmondill also have a lot of students that come to us for their dental care, and we just love living in a community where we see alot of students, because they are full of energy with a lot of positive vibes and are the future of our community.

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