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Clinics and Programs

The Department of Dentistry runs four main clinics on the 4th floor of the hospital, as well as programs that are integrated both within its clinics and across other clinical areas such as our Emergency Department.

The Department functions in association with the Faculty of Medicine at the University of Toronto and several medical programs within Sinai Health System. It is the primary site for the Graduate Program in Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery and maintains an active Hospital Dental Residency Program for GP dentists.

Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery Clinic

Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery Clinic

Provides surgical treatments such as maxillofacial surgery.

Oral Pathology and Oral Medicine Clinic

Oral Pathology and Oral Medicine Clinic

This clinic focuses on the diagnosis and management of oral lesions and other oral diseases, including Oral and Maxillofacial Radiology. A multidisciplinary Mouth Clinic is also operated in collaboration with otolaryngology (ENT).

Dental Care for Persons with Disabilities

Dental Care for Persons with Disabilities

This clinic helps to break down barriers to dental care for those with physical and cognitive impairment, special health care needs and those who are medically compromised.

Learn more about the Dental Care for Persons with Disabilities »
Temporomandibular Disorder - Facial Pain Clinic

Temporomandibular Disorder - Facial Pain Clinic

Designated as a Regional Treatment Centre for Reconstructive Surgery of the Temporomandibular Joint by the Ministry of Health and Long Term Care, this clinic is associated with the Wasser Pain Management Centre at Mount Sinai Hospital.

Centre for Advanced Dental Research and Care

Centre for Advanced Dental Research and Care

Our newest program, The Centre for Advanced Dental Research and Care, focuses on the management of gum recession, problems related to dental implants, and gum disease that does not respond to routine treatment. Future plans include management of obstructive sleep apnea, recurrent dental decay, biofilm (bacterial/plaque) related diseases, and bone diseases related to bisphosphonate treatment for cancer patients.

Emergency Dentistry

Emergency Dentistry

Working in Mount Sinai’s Emergency Department, clinicians focus on the management of a wide array of urgent and emergent dental problems ranging from pain and abscess management to treatment of facial fractures.

Advanced Training Program in Craniofacial Pain Management and Temporomandibular Joint Surgery

Advanced Training Program in Craniofacial Pain Management and Temporomandibular Joint Surgery

This is a multidisciplinary educational program that integrates surgical interventional therapies for TMJ disorders along with several areas of pain diagnosis and management in dentistry and medicine. Its comprehensive approach includes dental and medical disciplines such as Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery, Oral Medicine, Endodontics, Periodontics, Prosthodontics, Orthodontics, Oral and Maxillofacial Pathology, Geriatric Dentistry, Neurology, Medical Pain Management (new subspecialty of internal medicine), Anaesthesia, Psychiatry, and Physiatry/Rehabilitative Medicine.