Dr. Deif graduated from Cairo University in 1984 and practiced dentistry in Egypt until she moved to Canada with her family in 2005. She lived in Nova Scotia for the first couple of years and has been working in the Greater Toronto Area ever since.

She provides comprehensive dental services including endodontics (root canal), oral surgery, implants, oral sedation and invisalign. She is committed to delivering the high quality of service that our patients have come to expect and appreciate.

Dr. Deif has been happily married for 31 years. She has 2 daughters and 2 beautiful grandchildren. In her spare time, she is passionate about cooking, enjoys crafts and designing.

She looks forward to serving the patients of Chase Dental Group. She is fluent in Arabic, English and French.

Dr. Tamina Chow graduated from the Faculty of Dentistry at the University of Toronto in 1995. After graduating from dentistry, Dr. Chow moved to Vancouver where she practiced dentistry for several years. In 2004, Dr. Chow moved back to Ontario in order to be closer to her family. We're glad she did!

Calm, warmhearted, compassionate. Dr. Chow is characterized by these attributes which serve her well in a field fraught with angst and fear. In fact, her gentle and caring approach has allowed her to develop many loyal and happy patients here at Chase Dental.

Dr. Chow explains her objectives: "I believe I am in a partnership with my patients to help them obtain and maintain a lifetime of superior oral health. To achieve this, I try to develop a trusting personal relationship with each patient I serve."

She enjoys all facets of patient care. "Whether it is enhancing a smile, seeing a child for their first visit, or relieving discomfort or fear, I enjoy meeting the individual needs of my patients."

Growing up, Dr. Chow studied ballet and was very active in a sport called 'netball'. Today, outside of her professional life, Dr. Chow enjoys swimming and playing badminton.

Dr. Chow is fluent in both Cantonese and Mandarin.

Eating cheese, (cooked or uncooked) with a meal, helps fight tooth decay. The high calcium and phosphorus content of cheese helps replace some of the minerals in tooth enamel.

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