Exam and Oral Hygiene

First Visit - Comprehensive Exam

First Visit - Comprehensive Exam

Your first appointment is a great opportunity for us to get to know each other. We will collect all the relevant medical history to ensure your safety for dental treatment. This is also the time when we can address any immediate concerns with your oral health. This is followed by a complete and comprehensive exam by the dentist that will provide us with a thorough understanding of the current state of your oral health.  

Your first appointment is a great opportunity for us to get to know each other. We will collect all the relevant medical history to ensure your safety for dental treatment.

This is also the time when we can address any immediate concerns with your oral health. This is followed by a complete and comprehensive exam by the dentist that will provide us with a thorough understanding of the current state of your oral health. 
 

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Children need a short appointment to help familiarize them with our office. Our main goal is to provide a pleasant experience and have your children love coming to the dentist. We will also address any concerns and provide you with a complete overview of your child’s oral health.

Oral Cancer Screening

Oral Cancer Screening

Every year more than 4,000 Canadians will be diagnosed with oral cancer, that is a little more than 10 cases per day. Oral cancer is also known as tongue cancer, jaw cancer, throat cancer and throat cancer. We know there are certain risk factors that can increase the risk of oral cancer including tobacco and alcohol use and HPV, but 25% of cases have no known cause. When detected early, patients usually have a good survival rate (80-90%), unfortunately most oral cancers go undetected until the late stages where the survival rate is reduced to less than 50%.

We perform a complimentary visual and tactile oral cancer screening at all of our comprehensive exams and at every check-up appointment. If you notice any long standing pumps, lumps or ulcers in your mouth (more than two weeks), please call us or bring it to our attention at your check-up appointment.

Every year more than 4,000 Canadians will be diagnosed with oral cancer, that is a little more than 10 cases per day. Oral cancer is also known as tongue cancer, jaw cancer, throat cancer and throat cancer.

We know there are certain risk factors that can increase the risk of oral cancer including tobacco and alcohol use and HPV, but 25% of cases have no known cause.
When detected early, patients usually have a good survival rate (80-90%), unfortunately most oral cancers go undetected until the late stages where the survival rate is reduced to less than 50%.

We perform a complimentary visual and tactile oral cancer screening at all of our comprehensive exams and at every check-up appointment. If you notice any long standing pumps, lumps or ulcers in your mouth (more than two weeks), please call us or bring it to our attention at your check-up appointment.

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