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Dentistry on Sheppard

General Dentist in North York

Dr. Mark Cloth practices dentistry in the community he has lived almost his entire life. After growing up in Willowdale and attending York Mills Colligate he went to the University of Western Ontario for basic science training followed by the University of Toronto School of Dentistry.

After graduating in 1993 from U of T with the Dr. John Phillips Award, Dr. Cloth was accepted into a one year post-graduate general practice dental residency program at Toronto's Mount Sinai Hospital.Dr. Mark Cloth in North York, Toronto located on Sheppard near Yonge st.

In 1998 Dr. Cloth met Dr. Bruce Sullivan who brought Dr. Cloth into his practice. Drs. Sullivan and Cloth worked together until his retirement in 2000. In 2003 Dr. Cloth moved the practice to its current bright and modern location.

Dr. Cloth enjoys spending time with his wife Mindi and their three children Rachel, Samantha and Jacob. When not working, Dr. Cloth can be found enjoying bicycling, working out, hanging out at activities with the kids or spending time at the cottage.

The Ontario Dental Association, the Toronto Crown and Bridge Study Club, the North York Centre Dental Study Club all help Dr. Cloth provide his patients with the highest level of comprehensive dental care.

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