Dental Office In Milton
That Gives A Brighter Dental Experience
General, Cosmetic, and Restorative Dentistry
Thousands of patients were given a new, beautiful smile thanks to our doctors and our dental office in Milton, Ontario. Our team of professionals focuses on providing exceptional dental care to our patients and their families in our dental office in Milton. Going to the dental office is usually a stress for many people, however, here at Milton Central Family Dentistry, you will have an outstanding experience!
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34 Wilson Dr. Milton Ontario L9T 3H7
Milton is a town in Southern Ontario, Canada, and part of the Halton Region in the Greater Toronto Area.
Dental Office FAQ
The Frequently Asked Questions we usually get in our Dental office in Milton
Are you accepting new patients?
Of course! We always accept new patients at our dental office.
Do I really have to go to the dentist every six months?
How often you visit depends on your oral health needs. Prevention is key to ensuring small problems don’t turn into more expensive or even tooth loss, later. Your dentist and/or hygienist may suggest that you visit more or less often depending on how well you care for your teeth and gums and if you have problems that need to be checked or treated.
When should I take my child to the dentist for the first time?
The Canadian Dental Association (CDA) encourages the assessment of infants, by a dentist, within 6 months of the eruption of the first tooth or by one year of age. If you think there is a problem, however, take your child to the dentist right away, no matter what age. Learn more about child dental care.
Dentist pricing and dental benefits coverage
We get asked about dental costs and whether or not dental insurance benefits will cover the cost all the time. In short, we follow the Ontario Dental Fee guide and insurance coverage is different for each plan. Our teams are very knowledgeable on each provider and can help you determine what you may or may not be covered for. For a more detailed description on dental costs and benefit coverage, refer to our pricing info or download one of our information guides.
I have really sensitive teeth and need relief!
Dealing with tooth sensitivity is an uncomfortable condition. There are some treatments that the dentist can provide along with home care to help maintain relief.
Why should I bleach my teeth at a dental office?
Dentists use products with strong bleach and they give patients careful instructions to follow. They are also trained to recognize and treat the side effects that patients sometimes report during bleaching. In addition, if a tray is needed to apply the bleach, our dental office supply trays. Because products used by dentists are strong, they tend to produce the best results. Patients should be aware that the long-term use of whitening or bleaching products may cause tooth sensitivity or tooth abrasion.
Do I need x-rays at each visit?
If you are not sure why a particular x-ray is being taken, ask your dentist. Remember that dental x-rays deliver very little radiation; they are a vital tool for your dentist to ensure that small problems don’t develop into bigger ones.
Do I have to accept a dental office recommended treatment?
The final decision about how and when to proceed with any treatment is yours. To help you understand what is involved in the treatment, your dentist may give you some printed material to read. After all your questions have been answered, if you are still uncertain, you may wish to get a second opinion from another dentist. Often, a second opinion will give you confidence that your dentist has planned the right treatment for you.
Why visit our dental office?
At this brief meeting in our dental office in Milton, we will carefully listen to your smile concerns. Our meeting will include a quick but important exam, a review from our dentists for your smile makeover cases, as well as a discussion of your dentist treatment goals and available options. We may also discuss service fee if requested, we will provide a free estimate and review financing options as well as the time needed to start and finish treatment.