The program provides free dental services to low income teens (under 18 years), kids and babies who urgently need care and includes:
- fillings and extractions
- preventive dental care, including cleaning and fluoride
- dental health support and information
If you live in Toronto, please call the clinic near you to arrange for dental services. Our staff speak many languages and will be happy to help you!
For information about the CINOT program in other areas of Ontario, contact your local public health unit.
Toronto Public Health also offers dental services to low income seniors and perinatal mothers in Toronto Public Health programs.
If you don't quality try the list of institutions that offer lower cost dental treatment.
Last updated April 2010