Modern dental clinic concept debuts in Toronto with 30% lower fees on quality dental work

Dentistry for Everyone's first location opens today near Liberty Village to increase access to dental care & help save patients hundreds of dollars with every visit

Premier Doug Ford visits the opening of Dentistry For Everyone’s first location in downtown Toronto at 406 Dufferin St. near Liberty Village today for the official ribbon cutting with clinic co-founder and dentist, Dr. ElMofty. The innovative clinic concept offers the most commonly needed dental services at least 30% less than standard dental fee guides, including an oral exam for $49. The opening of the company’s first location comes at a time when a new Leger survey reveals the majority of Canadians would like to get more needed dental work but are worried about being able to afford it. Dentistry for Everyone is modernizing the dental experience while focusing on core dental services to cut costs and increase patient convenience while maintaining a high standard of care. Patients can experience seamless online booking at where they can also find pricing clearly outlined. Photo credit George Wilson (CNW Group/Dentistry for Everyone)

TORONTO, /CNW/ – As a new survey reveals even high-income earners are worried about the cost of dental care, and dental fee guides have increased by up to 10 per cent, a team of local dentists debut Dentistry for Everyone. The innovative dental clinic concept offers quality care on core dental services for at least 30 per cent less than standard fees. Dentistry for Everyone opens its first location today near Liberty Village in Toronto at 406 Dufferin St.

“Finding a way to improve access to dental care has been a longtime dream. We’re thrilled to open our first clinic today to introduce a revitalized and modernized clinic model to achieve our mission to make dentistry more accessible to everyone,” said Dr. Karim ElMofty, co-founder of Dentistry for Everyone, member of the Ontario Dental Association, and general dentist with a Master’s degree in Dental Public Health.

Efficiency takes the bite out of costs without compromising quality care, $49 exam
Dentistry for Everyone exists to make dental care accessible with more affordable fees, price transparency, and a modern, convenient, comfortable dental experience.

By leveraging technology to automate and eliminate administrative tasks, and focusing on only the most common and necessary dental services, Dentistry for Everyone is able to significantly decrease operational costs and patient fees, without compromising the quality of care.

To empower patients to take charge of their oral health, Dentistry for Everyone offers seamless 24/7 online booking and payments, automated reminders for upcoming sessions, transparent pricing and treatment plans, flexible scheduling, a streamlined check-in process, and a friendly, welcoming, non-traditional clinic setting. In addition to booking online at, appointments can also be made by calling 416-814-1111.

To support preventative care and help catch small problems before they become bigger, more expensive issues, Dentistry for Everyone offers an exam that includes x-rays for $49 which is approximately three times less than standard fees.

With a commitment to transparency, pricing for all services is featured on its website here and includes cleanings, tooth extractions, simple root canals, fillings, and emergency toothache management.

To support oral health and other dentists, Dentistry for Everyone refers patients who require help beyond its core dental services to local general dentists and specialists in the local community.

Best-in-Class Dental Materials
Dentistry for Everyone is committed to quality care and exclusively utilizes best-in-class dental materials and equipment. Additionally, its team are all members of their respective colleges, including its dentists who are members of the Royal College of Dental Surgeons of Ontario.

New ‘Access to Dentistry’ survey reveals high-income earners are worried
A recent Leger survey, commissioned by Dentistry for Everyone, reveals even Canadians (43 per cent) earning incomes over $100k would like to get more dental work but are worried about the cost, compared to 62 per cent with a household income of less than $100k.

Furthermore, over half of all Canadians (56%) agree they’d like to get more needed dental work completed, but are worried about being able to afford it.

“I’ve seen lawyers to low-income earners worry about affording the services needed for good oral health. Even patients with dental insurance and government support worry about costs,” said Dr. ElMofty.

Additional survey data reveals access to dental care can be painful:

  • 53% of Canadians would be more likely to go to the dentist if they could book online or through an app with upfront pricing
  • 75% wish they knew how much their dentist appointment would cost before they booked the appointment
  • Over half (51%) agree they have dental benefits, but it’s never enough to cover their entire dental care needs
  • Please find national, and GTA-specific data from the survey here.

Expansion plans
Dentistry for Everyone’s first clinic is located at 406 Dufferin St. near Toronto’s Liberty Village. Additional clinics are planned for 2024 with openings across the Greater Toronto Area. Dentistry for Everyone’s innovative model is set to disrupt Canada’s dental market anticipated to grow by 2.6% this year to reach $21.7b in revenue.

SOURCE Dentistry for Everyone

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