1. Do you accept referrals?
Yes, we look forward to meeting friends and families of our patients.
2. I have a temporary crown in my mouth. What happens if it comes off or breaks?
Please call us. Depending on the situation, the temporary crown may not have to
be repaired or remade.
3. What different payment options do you provide?
We accept cash, cheque, debit, visa and m/c. We also accommodate larger treatment
procedures with payment plans.
4. What makes you different from any other dental practice I can visit?
We emphasize patient education and a team approach to dental care. Please see our
5. My gums bleed after I brush. Is this something to be concerned about?
Your gums should not bleed after brushing or flossing. It is a sign of infection
or gingivitis and should be treated properly. Would you be concerned if your scalp
bleeds after brushing your hair?
6. I really do not like visiting the dentist. Is there anything you can do to
help me relax?
We provide a calm and gentle environment. We offer ipods, DVD glasses, blankets
and refreshments. We also offer sedation which will allow you to sleep through
7. I brush my teeth every day, but my breath is just not fresh. Is there anything
I can do?
Proper brushing and flossing as well as cleaning your tongue is the first step in
eliminating bad breath. However, bad breath can be a sign of infection in your mouth
such as periodontal disease or decay. You should be evaluated. We also have a new
mouth rinse, Closys, that is specially formulated for bad breath.
8. Why do teeth get cracks?
Teeth can crack from trauma, grinding, clenching, decay or large fillings. Cracked
tooth syndrome refers to a variety of symptoms caused by a crack or multiple cracks
in a tooth. Early diagnosis is needed to improve the chances of saving a cracked
tooth. Protection of the tooth is necessary with either a crown or onlay.