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you've always wanted.

Our Office
419 King St. West
Oshawa, Ontario L1J2K5

Welcome to Oshawa Centre Dental Office.


We are located in the Oshawa Centre., directly across from Shoppers Drug Mart on the lower level of the mall. We are just steps away from the main bus terminal and there is always plenty of parking.

We can submit directly to your benefit plan. 


Oshawa Centre Dental Office has been proudly serving Oshawa and surrounding areas from the same location for more than 30 years.


Hours of operation:

Monday - Thursday

9 am - 8 pm

Friday - Saturday

9 am - 5 pm

  Thinking about braces? Want to know what your smile can look like?

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Dental emergencies will always be accommodated.


We accept all insurance or payment may be made by credit card, debit or cash.


Dental services at Oshawa Centre Dental Office include:

  • Periodontal Treatment 
  • Preventative Care               
  • Dental Implants         
  • Cosmetic Dentistry
  • Orthodontics (authorized provider of Invisalign)
  • Sleep Dentistry right here in our office 


Our team is comprised of highly skilled and highly trained dental professionals.


Oshawa Centre Dental Office is a patient-focused dental office. Our top priority is the well-being of our patients. Our treatment plans are solely based on what is right for the patient and their oral health care needs.


We have a proven track record of providing exceptional dental care for our patients. This is why we have generations of patients who come to our office. They know they will always be treated with the utmost respect and they can rest assured knowing that empathy, caring and kindness is

commonplace at Oshawa Centre Dental Office.


We strongly believe in helping to educate our patients on all aspects of dentistry. Our blogs are written in language that you don’t have to be a dental professional to understand. In our blog, we discuss dental topics from general dentistry to zoom whitening. Our team does all the research for you. Our blog is continuously updated and the information provided is relevant and presented straightforwardly.



We are open daytime, evenings and weekends, for your convenience 
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We can submit directly to your benefit plan. 

Affordable Oral Health Care in Oshawa

Dental Emergency accommodated same day

The health of your smile is closely linked with your overall well-being. At Oshawa Centre Dental Office, our team works closely with patients to help them achieve optimal oral health. Whether you need a general cleaning, cosmetic service, or teeth replacement, Dr. Rubin and his associates develop treatment plans that are designed to preserve your health.  

If you need help improving or restoring your smile, Dr. Rubin and his team welcome you to enjoy reliable oral health care in Oshawa. Call to schedule your preferred reserved time today!

Oral Healthcare in Oshawa

At Oshawa Centre Dental Office, we prioritize our client’s oral health when outlining any treatment plan. We educate all of our patients on effective preventive measures that will help them preserve their oral health between appointments. You should consider your smile the gateway to your overall well-being because many oral health concerns are systematically linked with systemic bodily diseases.

Our dental services at Oshawa Centre Dental Office include:

Oshawa Centre Dental Office
419 King St. West #1000 Oshawa, Ontario L1J-2K5 
Phone: 905-571-2443 
Fax: 905-571-3172
Email: ocdental@rogers.com

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extraordinary services.

Oral and maxillofacial surgeons are specialists with advanced training and expertise in the diagnosis and treatment of various head and neck conditions and injuries.  After four years of dental school, an oral and maxillofacial surgeon completes four to six years of additional formal training in treating the craniomaxillofacial complex.  This specialty is one of 9 dental specialties recognized internationally and by the American Dental Association (ADA). An oral and maxillofacial surgeon can diagnose and treat a wide variety conditions. ...

The word periodontal means “around the tooth”.  Periodontal disease attacks the gums and the bone that support the teeth.  Plaque is a sticky film of food debris, bacteria, and saliva.  If plaque is not removed, it turns into calculus (tartar).  When plaque and calculus are not removed, they begin to destroy the gums and bone.  Periodontal disease is characterized by red, swollen, and bleeding gums. Four out of five people have periodontal disease and don’t know it!  Most people are not aware of it because the disease is usually painless in...

The overwhelming fear of dental appointments can be a common cause of anxiety.  Many people visualize a drill-wielding man in a white coat just waiting to cause pain and remove teeth.  The reality, however, is very different.  The comfort, relaxation, and happiness of the patient are the primary focus of any good dental practice.  The staff at the practice will do whatever they can to reduce anxiety, allay fears, and provide painless, quick treatments. Recent technological advancements have meant that in many cases, dentists are able to replace...

Pediatric dentistry (formerly Pedodontics/Paedodontics) primarily focuses on children from birth through adolescence.  The American Dental Association (ADA), recognizes pediatric dentistry as a specialty, and therefore requires dentists to undertake two or three years of additional training after completing a general dentistry degree.  At the end of this training, the American Board of Pediatric Dentistry issues a unique diploma (Diplomate ABPD).  Some pediatric dentists (pedodontists) opt to specialize in oral care for children with special...

In recent years, laser dentistry has superseded many traditional dentistry practices, making treatments more precise and less painful.  This newer style of dentistry utilizes intense beams of light projected by a dental laser.  Dental lasers can be used to perform a wide variety of treatments, including soft tissue shaping and removal. The FDA deemed laser dentistry to be safe for public usage in 1990.  Since then, many dentists have incorporated dental lasers into everyday procedures – reducing bleeding, anxiety and post-treatment recovery...

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