Our clinic works by appointment only.Before coming in, please contact us and we will be delighted to help you. This allows us to treat you better and provide you with more comfortable service.

(905) 773-9461

FAQs

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What do I need to bring with me on my first visit?

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The dental insurance or benefits card with your policy information.

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Do I need to complete any paperwork when I come in?

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Yes. All dental offices require forms to be completed. Please make sure to also bring in a list of any medications you are taking and their dosages.

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What are your methods of payment?

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We accept Cash, Interac Debit, Visa, and Mastercard.

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Do you take dental insurance or benefits?

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Yes.  We accept most dental insurance companies and their plans.

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Is teeth whitening suitable for everyone?

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Teeth whitening is a selective procedure and not every person can whiten his/her teeth.

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Is teeth whitening safe?

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Yes. Research has shown that teeth whitening with hydrogen peroxide or carbomide peroxide under the supervision of a dental professional is safe for teeth and gums. These products have been used by dental professionals for over 50 years and were introduced to the public in 1989.

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How long does teeth whitening last?

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1-3 years. However, regular touch-ups are recommended to maintain your white smile.

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How do your prices compare to dentists?

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On average, our prices are 10-20% cheaper when compared to the dentist's fee guide.

Fees charged are based on the ODHA suggested fee guide for Dental Hygienists.  Our fees are rounded down from that lower fee guide and therefore run between 25-50% less than the dentist's fee guide depending on the service. No tax is charged on dental care.

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If I see you for my cleanings, will this affect my relationship with my dentist?

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Not at all. It is your choice who you wish to provide dental hygiene services for you and you should not lose your dentist, nor should it compromise the relationship you have with him/her. Independent dental hygienists recommend you see your dentist on a regular basis for exams and x-rays and will refer you for further treatment/ assessments as needed.