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Meet Dr. Morrow

Dr. David Morrow is an orthodontist in Toronto, ON who specializes in providing orthodontic treatment for children, adolescents and adults.

Our Office

300 York Mills Rd, Suite 202
Toronto, ON M2L 2Y5
1.866.486.4876

Meet Our Staff

Our friendly and professional team looks forward to meeting you! We are here to make your experience at York Mills Orthodontics, one to remember!

Why Choose York Mills Orthodontics?

Here at York Mills Orthodontics, Dr. David Morrow and his staff strive to provide the highest quality of orthodontic care to our patients in and around the Toronto, Ontario area. We know what a significant difference in health and self-esteem a beautiful smile can make, which is why we are dedicated to giving each of our patients the beautiful, straight smile they deserve! From Invisalign Clear Aligners to Accelerated Orthodontics using AcceleDent, York Mills Orthodontics uses all of the latest technologies to ensure you get the smile you’ve always dreamed of. If you have any questions, please contact us. We’ll be glad to assist you in any way we can!

DEDICATED TIME

We reserve your appointment especially for you! Giving you the time and attention you need.

SERVICE OPTIONS

If you need corrective treatment, we offer a variety of services, such as self-ligating braces, Invisalign® and more!

KEEP UP THE HARD WORK

We offer patient rewards! A great incentive for our patients to keep up their hard work for their new smile!

FINANCING OPTIONS

Talk to us today about our various flexible options for financing plans and insurance coverage payments!

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LATEST NEWS

Angle’s Classifications of Malocclusion

Did you know that there are numerous ways to classify Malocclusions (bites)? The most common method  is known as the Angle Classification. Today, we will share with you some details about the classifications of malocclusions according to Edward H. Angle. This will help provide some details for classifying your orthodontic case.
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Why use Elastics (Rubber Bands) with Braces?

When using braces to straighten your teeth, your orthodontist may suggest the use of elastics as a part of your treatment. Orthodontic elastics, also known as rubber bands, help with creating specific forces on the teeth to assist with correcting the bite.
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Did you know that there are numerous ways to classify Malocclusions - also known as bite problems? Learn about the Angle Classification on our blog! #YMOblog #malocclusions #orthodonticcare pic.twitter.com/DY5cCkMyVR

About 2 days ago from York Mills Ortho's Twitter