Dare to have the smile
you've always wanted.

Our Office
1365 Colborne Road
Sarnia, Ontario N7V 3L3
(519) 336-9211

Welcome to North End Dental Centre!

Our patient-centered practice offers comprehensive dental care with an equal commitment to preventative, restorative, and cosmetic dentistry. At our clinic, our patients are our top priority. We value personalized attention and long-term relationships with our clients.

North End Dental Centre performs a full range of cosmetic dental services, from simple fillings and teeth whitening to full smile makeovers - all performed in a warm and caring environment. 



Cleanings & Check ups

 We encourage regular preventative
hygiene appointments and 
examine everything from
x-rays to oral caner screenings

Cosmetic & Restorative

Fillings, crowns, bridges,
veneers and more! Plus
we bill to most insurance

Implants & Surgery

We have the expertise
and the experience
to provide the best possible
outcome. Our team
tries to provide a relaxing
atmosphere and we also 
have various sedation 
options like nitrous oxide
(laughing gas)



Many options for a more beautiful
straight smile including metal, clear
and 'invisable braces"

Same Day Emergency Care

On our off hours (like weekends
and evenings) please call our 
office if you have an emergency
and you will be put in touch with
one of our on-call dentists

Innovative Technology

Invisalign Suresmile
Surgically Clean Air Purifiers
SiroLase soft tissue laser
CEREC Primescan (one 
appointment crowns) and more


 Our Location

1365 Colborne Road, Sarnia ON

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Our office is located at the corner of
Cathcart and Colborne. Please enter
through front door (facing Starbucks).

Thank You

Office Hours

Monday to Thursday: 7:40 AM - 6:00 PM
Friday:7:40 AM - 1:40 PM
Saturday & Sunday: Closed

We can confirm your appointments through
phone call, e-mail, and text! Please 
let us know what you prefer.

1365 Colborne Rd
Sarnia, Ontario, N7V 3L3
Phone: 1 (519) 336-9211



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Exceptional dentistry,
extraordinary services.

TMJ (TMD) TherapyDo you hear a popping or grating sound when you open your mouth?  Are you suffering from pain when trying to open your mouth or move it from side to side? If so, you may have Tempromandibular Joint pain or Tempromandibular Dysfunction.Other common symptoms may include: Neck and/or shoulder painEar symptoms, including hearing loss, ringing, or painClenching/grinding your teeth during sleepA chronic feeling of tirednessOngoing headaches at your temples or  above your eyes The symptoms described above may be symptoms of TMJ, but...

Bleaching or Teeth WhiteningMany of us feel that our smiles are most striking when our teeth look especially white, but unfortunately, soft drinks, coffee, tea, and tobacco can leave behind ugly stains. To help you restore your gleaming, bright white smile and to give you an added boost of confidence, we offer many options, such as custom whitening kits. Please contact us today to find out more about these options and which one is best for you.

SedationGeneral AnesthesiaIf you’re particularly fearful or anxious about visiting the dentist, or you need major dental work done, dentistry performed under general anesthesia—also called “sleep dentistry,” may be a comfortable and practical option for you.  Dental fear can lead minor tooth problems to become major oral health issues—and sleep dentistry can ensure you get the care you need without causing unnecessary stress or anxiety. Could sleep dentistry be a good option for you?  Talk to North End Dental Centre about your concerns and you...

Root Canal TherapyDental pulp, found in the center of each tooth, contains a nerve which extends from the tooth’s root to bring vital nutrients to the tooth. If a tooth’s pulp is injured, damaged, or infected, the nerve within the pulp will die and, unless endodontic treatment (root canal) is performed, the tooth may die as well. In many cases, root canal therapy (removal of the nerve tissue in the tooth) can save damaged teeth by preserving the tooth in the mouth.  After the root canal is successfully completed, restoring the tooth with a...

Porcelain VeneersAn excellent alternative to crowns, porcelain veneers can perfect your smile by masking stains, hiding chips, correcting misalignment, and creating uniformity. Veneers, which are made of thin, customized material, are designed to slide over the teeth, look incredibly natural, are long-lasting, and are relatively easy to apply.

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Dedicated to providing you
with expert dental care.

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