Our goal is to create a warm environment of caring and professionalism to promote our patients’ well-being.

Dr Pal


Dr. Tunde Pal is a volunteer with Project Restoring Smiles which provides free dental and reconstructive care to women who have survived domestic violence.

“Working for the Project is one way of giving back to community,” Dr. Pal says. “I often feel I get more than I give. Helping a woman to smile again is joyful. The thankfulness is overwhelming.”

Project Restoring Smiles is managed by the Dr. Borna Meisami Foundation.


Gentle Care Dental is here to help you make the right choices for you and your family. Our team provides the expertise. You make the final decisions. We understand how important it is to be in control of our own bodies.

Gentle Care Dental offers a friendly environment and warm people who believe clear communication is the basis of good relationships.

A happy, healthy smile is an important part of a person’s whole being. Our goal is to provide you with a confident and beautiful smile for the years to come.




Dr. Tunde Pal uses advanced technologies to give the best possible care. She is constantly improving patient treatments by adding new, more effective and less intrusive techniques.

She uses an operating microscope to enable precision dentistry. All Xrays are digital. Her 3D printer and imaging software which can output crowns and implants in hours. Dr. Pal’s latest innovation comes in the form of a big, new office at 66 Avenue Road in downtown Toronto.


Esthetic ceramic crowns and partial crowns in a day.

Gentle Care for Your Smile offers a four-step process in a single visit. After a consultation cameras map the area to be treated. A dental prosthesis is created as a 3D digital model and then milled from a ceramic block. The finished restoration is inserted just a little while later. In a day this licensed process, CEREC by Sirona, will make your smile even more beautiful.


The team at Gentle Care Dental loves children. Dr. Pal has longstanding relationships with many, many downtown Toronto families. She’s seen several grow up and bring in a new child for a first visit to the dentist.

We know how difficult it can be for a child to have someone poking and prodding their teeth. We are well known for our patient and tender way with children. We explain what we are doing. We help our young patients relax. We’ve also got some good toys, books and videos.


Gentle Care Dentistry is currently welcoming new patients. For first appointments we conduct an oral health examination and provide advice. We’ll recommend an oral health program and schedule, if necessary, followups for teeth cleaning and recommended treatments. Please give us a call at (416) 921-2473 or email at


Esthetic dentistry, general dentistry, children’s dentistry, orthodontics, crown-in-a-day, microscopic magnification, precision dentistry, personal attention, mercury free restorations, operating microscope for all procedures, non-extraction orthodontics, Advanced Lightwire Functionals appliances, digital x-rays, invisible braces, Porcelain Veneers, Tooth Bonding, Tooth Whitening, Bridges & Implants, Crowns, Prosthodontics, TMJ Treatment, Gentle care
Please check the Treatments section for more information about out these items.


• Street parking is available on the side streets west of Avenue Road including Elgin and Boswell Avenues. The price is two dollars an hour, with a two-hour limit.

• With a $20 purchase Whole Foods Market provides 2 hours of free parking. Whole Foods Market is at 87 Avenue Rd. The entrance to the parking garage is hard to spot. It is on the east side of Avenue Road between Yorkville Road to the south and Webster Avenue to the north.

• Green P Carpark
9 Bedford Road (Hotel Intercontinental)
Garage, Height Restriction (Approximate): 1.95 meters / 6′ 5″
$3.00 / Half Hour
Day Maximum (7am – 6pm): $14.00

These prices and terms are as of October 2017.



The office is as short walk from three subway stations – Museum, St. George and Bay. Museum is the closest.


TTC Bus Route 5 (Avenue Rd.) stops at Museum.