HealthOne The Well is NOW OPEN! Book your appointment online or visit us today.


or call us at 647 925 6002


  • HealthOne The Well

9:00 AM to 8:00 PM
9:00 AM to 8:00 PM
9:00 AM to 8:00 PM
9:00 AM to 8:00 PM
9:00 AM to 6:00 PM
9:00 AM to 4:00 PM
9:00 AM to 5:00 PM

Find Us on Google Maps

HealthOne The Well

486 Front St. West Toronto, M5V 0V2

Our Reviews


based on 22 Google Reviews

Cindy Hoang
March 29th 2024
Read More
I had a very pleasant and positive experience at the Health One dental clinic! I came in for an express whitening treatment with their hygenist Daisy. The staff here are very friendly and helpful, and the space is hygienic and cleanly + netflix!!. Daisy was super attentive and walked me through the process. I saw a noticeable difference in my teeth after the whitening treatment and was given a recommendation on how to maintain and achieve the best results after. 🙂 I’m very happy with the service I was provided today.
Nishad Shah
Arpil 11th 2024
Read More
Amazing experience at the Dental clinic at the Well. I went in for a dental checkup + examination + xrays & whitening. All thanks to Arushi, Alex and Dr. Bahar for diagnosing and treating my gum issues. They also offer a complimentary teeth whitening for new patients, which improved my teeth color by 4 shades. I would highly recommend.
Jenan Nasser
March 29th 2024
Read More
So far, everyone I have met at this location is beyond professional, they’re genuinely nice and don’t make you feel like they’re in a rush!! So important.

New Patients Welcome!

Explore Our Services
  • HealthOne The Well

Oral Care

Dental Examination

A typical dental appointment encompasses three main components: a dental examination, dental hygiene and cleaning services. During the dental examination, our skilled dental practitioner will focus on protecting your teeth against potential issues.

This includes a thorough assessment of your gums and the supporting bone structures of your teeth. 

The general guideline for how often you should receive a dental examination is every six months. However, if you have dental concerns or oral health issues, your dentist might suggest more frequent check-ups, possibly every three months. 

As part of our dental check-up procedure at HealthOne, we also conduct a comprehensive review of your medical history, do diagnostic dental x-rays, an oral cancer screening, assess your gum health and potential gum diseases, look for tooth decay and plaque, and fix any restorations such as fillings and crowns. Your dental health and well-being are of utmost importance to us, and our goal is to provide thorough care during every visit. 

Dentist performing examination on patient

Dental Hygiene Service

Maintaining excellent oral hygiene is a key aspect of dental care. Getting your teeth professionally cleaned every three to six months is an important step towards achieving this while preventing potential dental and gum issues. 

During your dental appointment, our skilled dental hygienist will remove any accumulated plaque and tartar on your teeth. Plaque is made of bacteria that can spread and produce harmful toxins that may lead to gum inflammation and periodontal disease. Our caring dental hygienists will polish your teeth to remove stains and leave you with a gleaming, white, and radiant smile.  

Our dental team will also assess whether any oral hygiene aids, such as electric toothbrushes, fluorides, or mouth rinses, would improve the health of your teeth. We can also provide guidance on dietary habits that protect the teeth and address any inquiries or concerns you have about your oral health. Helping you maintain a healthy smile is our priority, and we are here to help you achieve and maintain proper oral hygiene. 

White Fillings

Most adults have experienced a tooth filling at some point of their lives. Dental caries, commonly known as cavities, are common. At HealthOne Dental, we are dedicated to providing solutions for patients of all ages. 

To treat cavities, we use an aesthetically pleasing white filling that is mercury and metal-free, which makes them virtually unnoticeable. These white fillings, also known as composite fillings, are crafted from plastic and ceramic materials. They seamlessly blend with your natural teeth which means you and others won’t notice them.  

During the procedure, the dentist will carefully remove all decay from the affected tooth. They will apply a bonding material similar to glue to the interior of the cavity. Composite resin is then carefully layered into the cavity in thin layers. Each layer solidifies with the help of a specialized light your dentist positions over the tooth. Once the final layer hardens, your dentist will shape it to achieve a natural look and feel, ensuring that it seamlessly integrates with your existing teeth

Dentist putting crown on patients teeth at dental clinic

Crowns or Caps

A dental crown, also known as a cap, is a hollow, artificial tooth designed to encase and protect a tooth that has been damaged or decayed. Additionally, crowns are used to preserve the structural integrity of the tooth, ensuring a more natural and aesthetically pleasing smile. 

When you have a damaged tooth that has not come out, a crown can be used to restore its original shape, appearance, and functionality. Crowns are commonly recommended in cases of extensive fillings, fractured teeth, or after a root canal.  

The main purpose of it is to restore the damaged tooth and shield it from any additional damage. Crowns can also conceal a tooth that is discolored or has an irrevular shape. A tooth that has been restored with a crown not only looks but also functions remarkably similar to a natural tooth. 

Mouth Guards - General & Sports

Mouth guards are an effective tool that can be used to keep your teeth safe in various situations. They serve multiple purposes, including protecting your teeth from grinding or clenching during sleep and shielding against injuries when engaging in sports.

A properly fitted mouthguard can also play a role in reducing snoring and alleviating obstructive sleep apnea.  

Night guards, also known as bite plates, are usually crafted from a clear plastic material. They are designed to fit snugly over the biting surfaces of your teeth, providing a cushioning between your upper and lower teeth. This helps your jaw joints and muscles relax, reducing the effects of grinding or clenching. They are compatible with braces and should be rinsed before and after each use for optimum hygiene.  

As per the Canadian Dental Association’s recommendations, individuals who play contact sports are strongly encouraged to use a professionally fitted mouth guard. It will greatly decrease the risk of orofacial injuries by ensuring proper positioning at the moment of impact. Your dental health and safety are our priority, and mouth guards can play a crucial role in this. 

Patient looking at mouth guard in dentist chair
Wisdom teeth removal surgery xray and a dentist

Wisdom Teeth Removal

At HealthOne, we prioritize your comfort and well-being when it comes to wisdom tooth removal. We offer a range of options to minimize and eliminate any discomfort.  

Wisdom tooth extraction is a surgical procedure that removes one or more wisdom teeth. These are the four permanent adult teeth located at the back corners of your mouth, both on the upper and lower jaw. They typically emerge between the ages of 17 and 25.  

In cases where a wisdom tooth doesn’t have enough room to grow properly (known as an impacted wisdom tooth), it can lead to pain, infections, and other dental issues. In these instances, it’s often recommended to remove the affected tooth. Some dentists may recommend wisdom tooth extraction even if the impacted teeth are not causing immediate pain or problems. 

If you need wisdom tooth removal in Toronto, choose a compassionate and skilled dental team like the one at HealthOne. Conveniently located in downtown Toronto, we are committed to providing caring service to ensure your wisdom tooth removal experience is as comfortable as possible. 

Emergency Dental Care

Emergency Dental Care

Accidents happen, and having access to emergency dental care is essential during these times. While we sincerely hope that our clients at HealthOne Dental never have to encounter a dental emergency, we’re here to reassure you that our team can help whenever you may need it.  


Our dental team is well-prepared to handle a wide range of dental emergencies and we are committed to providing prompt pain relief and professional care. If you are looking for a dependable team to provide emergency dental care in Toronto, you can rely on our dedicated team of professionals at HealthOne. 

We prioritize emergency situations and make it a point to offer same-day appointments whenever possible. Your dental health is our priority and we are here to provide you with the immediate care you require. 

Please call  416-613-6233to book your appointment. 

Dental emergency centre with dentist
Cosmetic Dentistry
woman visiting a cosmetic dentist for his teeth

Cosmetic Dentistry

Cosmetic dentistry is a category of elective dental procedures that enhance the aesthetic appearance of your teeth, mouth, and overall smile. A beautiful, radiant smile can make you feel more confident and boost your appearance.

Although most cosmetic dental procedures are elective in nature, they have a wide range of benefits. This includes simplifying cleaning, enhancing the patient’s self-esteem, and even reducing issues such as teeth grinding. 

If you have issues with your teeth such as staining, discoloration, wear and tear, chips, fractures, misaligned teeth, irregular shapes, or noticeable gaps, or modern cosmetic dentistry options at HealthOne can help you. We’ll provide you with a healthy, vibrant, smile that you absolutely love. 

Our experienced cosmetic dentists will work with you to create a custom treatment plan and outline your options for pricing. Your satisfaction is our top priority, and we’re here to help you achieve the smile of your dreams!  

Teeth Whitening

At HealthOne Dental, we offer cosmetic teeth whitening services to give you a brilliant white smile.

Having a smile you feel good about will help you navigate the world with more confidence. In as little as one visit, you can look forward to having a visibly brighter, whiter smile. We use only the highest quality professional teeth whitening products which are completely safe to use.  

Our Dentists offer both in-clinic teeth whitening options and take-home kits so you can choose which option suits your lifestyle and preferences best. For the take-home kit, we will take a custom mold of your teeth and create a customized tray for you. You will use this tray at home with professional-grade whitening gel to lighten surface stains and improve the colour of your teeth. Your dentist will provide you with instructions on how frequently to complete your teeth whitening. 

Best teeth whitening results after whitening treatment
Woman holding invisalign teeth aligners

Invisalign® Clear Aligners

Invisalign® is a form of orthodontic therapy that uses a series of clear plastic aligners to gently and progressively reposition the teeth. We combine the power of Invisalign®’s powerful technology with our expert dentists to create a unique digital plan for shaping your new smile.

You will wear your custom-made aligners which will gently straighten your teeth over time until they reach the desired positions. The duration of treatment varies, with most cases spanning between 6-8 months. We have a variety of payment plans and insurance options that may partially cover the expenses associated with treatment. 

HealthOne is a proud partner of Invisalign® by Align Technology. Invisalign® not only offers a revolutionary way to improve the appearance and function of your smile, but innovative dental technology that has never been done before.  

Please call  647-925-6002to book your complimentary consultation. 

Dental Implants and Bridges

At HealthOne Dental, we offer a variety of aesthetically pleasing solutions to rejuvenate and improve your smile. If you have gaps due to missing teeth, we provide dental implants and dental bridges, along with options for partial or complete dentures.

Dental implants are used to replace missing tooth roots. They provide support for artificial replacement teeth. Implants are comfort and natural-looking, helping you achieve a beautiful and realistic-looking smile. 

Dentist performing implants on a patient


Dentures are artificial, removable replacements that can be used to replace missing teeth. This may occur due to an accident, a disease, or poor oral health.

If you only have a few healthy teeth left or none at all, your dentist may recommend dentures as a suitable solution. 

You can get partial or complete dentures. For both types, your dentist will take impressions to create a model of your teeth, which serves as the basis for crafting your custom dentures.  

The choice between the two types is dependent on how many natural teeth you have remaining. They are designed to mimic your existing teeth so they look as natural as possible. In fact, they can even enhance your smile and contribute to a fuller facial appearance. 


Gingivitis – Periodontal (Gum) Treatment

Brushing your teeth twice daily and flossing daily are crucial steps in preventing gingivitis, a condition characterized by gum inflammation or bleeding.

The onset of gingivitis happens due to the formation of plaque, a bacterial substance that triggers gingivitis and tooth decay. If left untreated, plaque eventually solidifies into tartar, which only a dental professional can remove. Simple plaque, when left untreated, can turn into periodontitis. 

Key warning signs of gingivitis include swollen gums, blood on your toothbrush, or changes in the colour of your gum tissues, often without significant pain. Luckily, gingivitis can be prevented and it can be successfully reversed if it is treated early. At HealthOne, we vary our treatment based on the severity of your case. The first step we take is performing a comprehensive evaluation to determine the best treatment for your needs. 

Root Canal

Root canal treatment involves the extraction of infected or damaged pulp from the interior of a tooth, encompassing both the crown and its roots. After thorough cleansing, the canal is disinfected, shaped, and filled with a natural rubber-like substance called gutta-percha. 

Remarkable progress has been made in the diagnostic methods, radiographic imaging, equipment, and techniques that dentists use to perform root canal treatment. At HealthOne Dental, you can feel comfortable knowing a root canal procedure will feel no more uncomfortable than a standard filling. 

It’s important to take proper care of your teeth and gums for your entire life. The most reliable way to avoid needing root canal treatment is to maintain a consistent oral hygiene routine by brushing twice a day, flossing once a day, and regularly attending dental hygiene appointments for cleanings. 

Patient in pain needing root canal treatment

Jaw Pain (Temporomandibular Joint Disorders (TMD)

The TMJ, or temporomandibular joint, acts as a connection between the lower jaw and the skull. When this joint experiences dysfunction, known as TMJ disorder (TMD), it manifests in symptoms such as pain, restricted movement, clicking or popping noises, teeth grinding, and head/neck discomfort.

The root causes of TMD are diverse, often involving stress-induced teeth clenching or grinding during sleep. Other contributing factors may include poor posture, trauma like whiplash, and respiratory issues. Dentists diagnose TMD through comprehensive dental assessments that evaluate symptoms like jaw mobility, dental conditions, and pain levels. They then devise a personalized treatment plan, which might include using a nightguard to prevent teeth grinding and referring patients to our osteopathic practitioner (TO and TW Location). Osteopaths play a vital role in TMD management by analyzing lifestyle factors and providing hands-on therapy to address underlying issues. They may recommend specific exercises to relax and strengthen jaw muscles for at-home practice. Typically, 3-5 sessions are advised for optimal results. Additionally, patients may be referred to a registered nurse injector (TO and TW Location) for neuromodulator treatments such as Botox. These treatments temporarily immobilize muscles, offering effective relief from symptoms for approximately six months.