In 2019 Dr. Winnie Ching relocated her team and the practice to North York, Ontario at York Mills Dental. This has allowed her to create a facility equipped to manage all areas of modern dentistry with a special focus on Cosmetic Treatments, Implant Dentistry, Orthodontics and Children’s Dentistry.
Dr. Ching along with her caring team strive to care for your family’s dental needs, recognizing that good habits are best started at early age. Dr. Ching's love of Children's Dentistry is evident in her work in the community. Educating local children regarding proper brushing and care helps ensure a positive attitude and a foundation for future oral health.
From the moment she sought to pursue a life in dentistry she has embraced it whole heartedly, graduating from Faculty of Dentistry, University of Toronto with honour in 1995. From that moment, Dr. Winnie Ching has aspired to expand her knowledge of dentistry while mentoring and teaching others in their dental education.
The Kois Center is located in the heart of Seattle, Washington. The Kois Center uses a variety of high technological teaching modalities ranging from computer animation to live video demonstrations.
Kois Center offers a comprehensive nine-course curriculum involving aesthetic, occlusion, and restorative dentistry. This curriculum is built upon Dr. John C. Kois? mission statement: ?Enabling motivated dentists to achieve extraordinary levels, expanding both knowledge and application skills in restorative dentistry.?
Each Kois Course is instructed by Dr. John C. Kois and the course content is continuously modified to include the latest research and newest innovative protocols.
'Advanced Program in Orthodontics' by the Facult? for Orthodontic Research and Continuing Education
'Mini-Residency in the Surgical and Prosthodontic Management of Patients Requiring Implant Supported Prosthesis' by the Faculty of Dentistry, University of Toronto
Certificate for 'Medical Emergencies, Nitrous Oxide and Oral Sedation'
Completion of advance training on 'Pediatric and Special Care Dentistry'
Completed 2nd course for 'Small Field of View Cone Beam CT: Principles and Applications'
Cone beam computed tomography is special type of x-ray that produces a three dimensional (3-D) image of teeth, soft tissues, sinuses, nerve pathways and bone in a single scan. This allows for the planning and accurate placement of dental implants.
2005 - 2006
Clinical instructor in at the Faculty of Dentistry, University of Toronto
Clinical instructor at the Toronto College of Dental Hygiene.