Keeping you informed is the key to keeping you comfortable.
We think keeping our patients in the know about their dental treatment is really important. During your initial consultation, you’ll meet your oral surgeon and will be walked through your diagnosis and treatment options. This is a great time to ask questions – we’ll make sure you get clear, simple answers.
Sometimes oral surgery can be performed the day of your consultation, but more complex dental treatments or medical history may require you reschedule for a subsequent visit.
When you do come in we’ll ask that you fill out a questionnaire about your medical history, so we can better treat you. Also, please bring in your surgical referral slip, any X-rays (if applicable) and a list of medications you are currently taking.
A note on x-rays and CT scans.
If your dentist has taken x-rays, you may request that they be forwarded to our office. If there’s not enough time, please pick them up and bring them along with you. Any additional x-rays can be done at our clinic.
There are times when we’ll require a patient get a CT (computed tomography) scan so we can better assess treatment options. Should this be the case, we will refer you to one of our affiliated hospitals – Humber River Regional Hospital, Mount Sinai Hospital or Rouge Valley Centenary Hospital.
To book an appointment with us, call the office you have been referred to (if you don’t have a referral, the office closest to you might be most convenient). You can also fill out our online form and we will get back to you as soon as we can, likely the same day. We look forward to hearing from you.
We follow the fee guide published by the Ontario Dental Association for Specialists, which allows us to give you outstanding care for a reasonable price. For your convenience, we accept VISA, MasterCard, American Express, debit and cash. Payment is due at the time of your dental procedure.
Crescent Oral Policy
The privacy of our patients is of the utmost importance to us. To this end, we strictly adhere to federal guidelines:
Click here to read our notice regarding patient privacy. It’s an Adobe Reader file, so you likely already have the necessary software on your computer. If you don’t, click here to download it.