sedation dentistry for anxious or phobic patients

Sleep for Dentistry has provided dental care for people with dental fear and for people who are medically compromised for more than 30 years. Combining tried-and-true techniques with our advanced training, equipment and care we can provide you and your family with comprehensive dental care while you are awake or asleep. Delivering high-quality dentistry in a safe and comfortable manner is our goal. Your entire visit is designed to give you the best dental care in a professional and efficient manner.

our services

Sleep for Dentistry offers a complete range of dental services. These procedures can be provided with sedation levels ranging from light, nitrous oxide sedation to general anaesthesia or with no sedation at all.

Teeth Cleaning

Professional teeth cleaning is a procedure involving the removal of tartar that may develop even with careful routine brushing and flossing, especially in areas that are difficult to reach...

Restorative Dentistry

Cavities are caused by bacteria in our mouths that produce acid and create holes in our teeth that need to be restored. We will discuss which type of filling might best meet your needs...

Tooth Replacement

In the unfortunate circumstance of missing teeth, there are a variety of options to fill the gap. You may be a candidate for any one or all of them, depending on the circumstances...

Gum Therapy

Strong healthy teeth are only part of the equation. In order for our mouths to get the gold star rating for overall hygiene, our gums and the anchoring bone must be healthy as well...

Family Dentistry

The AAPD currently recommends a first dental visit at the age of one year. While not all of the baby teeth have erupted at that age, it is important for us to have a quick look and consult with you...

Sports Dentistry

The key to sports dentistry is the prevention of trauma. At Sleep For Dentistry, we will help to protect you through the fabrication of custom-fitted, laboratory-fabricated mouthguards...

Implant Dentistry

The practice of implant dentistry has arguably evolved more than any other facet of dentistry recently. The implant itself is basically a titanium screw-like structure that is placed into the bone...

Dental Emergencies

If something unfortunate happens to you during our office hours, please contact us immediately. We will do what we can to get you an appointment on the same day...

Cosmetic Dentistry

Cosmetic dentistry is a relatively new field in dentistry. Dental technologies have advanced to the point where you can now change your smile to your (reasonable) specifications...


In-office whitening can be done in two or three 15-minute light/gel applications during a single appointment. Home whitening consists of gel placed in custom-made trays by the patient...

Porcelain Veneers

Porcelain veneers are thin shells of dental-grade porcelain that are placed onto the front surface of the teeth. As with crowns, completion of this process will require two appointments...

Root Canals

A tooth’s anatomy consists of a crown, which is the part of the tooth above the gumline, and the root, which anchors the tooth to the jaw. Inside the tooth, the pulp chamber or root canal...

is your fear of dentists harming your oral health?

Dental phobia can be devastating. It has been estimated that 10%-20% of the North American population is dental phobic and upwards of 50% of us harbor some reservations about visiting the dentist. These feelings can lead to people avoiding their regular check-ups and hygiene visits thereby compromising their oral health.

our dentists

Whether you are visiting us for the first time or for the hundredth time, our team of dentists, assistants, hygienists, nurses and administrators will work together to provide the best atmosphere for you and your whole family.

get started

If you are dental phobic, the key step is contacting us or visiting our office for the first time. Once you have gotten that far, we will give you the help that you need to complete your journey.

Sleep for Dentistry

4800 Leslie Street, Suite 111
Toronto, Ontario M2J 2K9
Phone: +1 416 498 8484
Fax: +1 416 498 8487