Discover why Dentistry on King is the first choice for patients in Toronto
Who Do Locals Choose for Their Toronto Neighbourhood Dentist?
Dr. Alavi & Dr. Cheng have been serving Toronto neighbourhoods as general and cosmetic dentists for several years. They have established a reputation as consummate professionals with extremely high standards for their dental services. As passionate dental practitioners, they stay at the forefront of the dental profession through continuing education about the latest procedures, equipment, and technology.
Patients can sense the considerate, kind, and patient-centred approach from the entire team at Dentistry on King. We make sure every patient receives the best dental care possible with no pressure, pain, or fear.
Here are some of the communities where people come from to see Dr. Alavi & Dr. Cheng:
A Quick Toronto City Guide
The Greater Toronto Area (or GTA as the locals call it) makes up one-quarter of Canada’s total population. As one of the world’s most multicultural cities, Toronto is famous for a diversity of food, arts, festivals, and events. The smaller suburbs surrounding the city of Scarborough, York, Mississauga, and Etobicoke, offer options for those who want to escape big city life and are ideal for raising families.
The distinctive downtown Toronto neighbourhoods of Midtown, Old Town, and City Centre are close to our dental offices and offer cultural attractions, historical architecture, and dynamic nightlife.
We love the beauty that living in the Great Lakes region of Southern Ontario’s ‘Golden Horseshoe’ provides during every season. Although a major metropolitan centre, the urban landscape is complemented by almost 1,500 parks.
As residents of the Greater Toronto Area, Dr. Alavi & Dr. Cheng can tell you all about our great Ontario communities and their favourite spots for shopping, dining, and entertainment.
Interesting Downtown Toronto Facts
- Holt Renfrew, one of Canada’s largest luxury retail stores, was in the same City Centre location as Dentistry on King 100 years ago.
- According to the Guinness World Records, The PATH is the most massive continuous underground mall in North America, with over 1,200 stores.
- Yonge Street is the longest street in the world (1,896 km).
- Toronto is Canada’s largest city with a population of almost 5.6 million in 2018.
- Nathan Phillips Square, our urban plaza in the heart of Old Toronto, is named after the Mayor of Toronto from 1955-1962.
- The CN Tower, one of Toronto’s most iconic and visited attractions, is struck by lightning an average of 75 times per year. Long copper grounding rods run down CN Tower and are buried below ground to prevent damage.
- Our city is incredibly diverse culturally. In fact, over half of our residents were born outside of Canada. The neighbourhoods of Little Italy, Little Portugal, and Chinatown have dual-language street signs. Over 180 different languages are spoken in the city.
- In Downtown Toronto, between the Financial District and the Art and Design District, the Entertainment District along King Street is home to art centres and theatres, as well as the city’s four major-league sports teams.
- The St. Lawrence Market is one of Canada’s oldest continuously operating markets, operating since 1803! You can find it in Old Toronto close to East Bayfront.