Affectionately called Dr. Ali by his patients, graduated in 2009, obtaining his Doctor of Dental Surgery degree from the Faculty of Dentistry at the University of Toronto. Dr. Ali received another DMD degree from The School of Dentistry- University of Shiraz several years ago.
Seventeen years of practicing dentistry in and outside of Canada in a variety of dental clinics and hospitals and participating in numerous dental and medical education courses have made him capable of diagnosing and handling complicated treatment cases and enhancing the level of service to his patients. Dr.Ali is a well-experienced dentist on oral rehabilitation, cosmetic dentistry, crown and bridge, oral surgery and root canal therapy.
Dr. Ali is a member of many leading dental organizations including The Canadian Dental Association, The Ontario Dental Association, Academy of General Dentistry and registered with The Royal College of Dental Surgeons of Ontario. Following his graduation, he co-founded a dental clinic for disabled patients and was the executive director of a charitable organization whose mission was to provide dental care for orphans and children in need. As a result of his exceptional contributions, he received the Red Crescent letter of appreciation.
My Smile Dentistry in the Village welcomes Dr. Noorein Hajira, our new Prosthodontist, joining the team of our established prosthodontist office.
Dr. Noorein Hajira is a specialist in Prosthodontics. She received her Doctor of Dental Surgery and the Master of Science in Community Health and Epidemiology degrees from Dalhousie University, and then completed a hospital-based General Practice Residency at the Vancouver General Hospital & University of British Columbia. After practicing as a general dentist in Toronto for a year, she pursued her Prosthodontics master’s specialty training at the University of Toronto.
Dr. Hajira works in private practice where she provides specialty care services to patients in need of prosthodontic care. She is also a member of the dental team at the Baycrest Hospital involved in managing geriatric and medically compromised patients. She is a lecturer and course instructor in the Department of Graduate Prosthodontics at the University of Toronto, and a fellow of the Royal College of Dentists of Canada.