What Should I Know About Oral Health?

1. Should I be flossing my teeth daily? YES

Proper Daily Care Can Prevent A Lifetime of Problems

One dentist recommended that you only floss the teeth you want to keep. It doesn't get much clearer than that.

2. Can poor oral health lead to heart disease? YES

Studies Are Showing That Oral Health Impacts Overall Health

Science is now showing that poor oral health can increase the chances of getting serious health complications like diabetes and heart disease.

3. Can poor oral health affect my baby? YES

Poor Oral Health Can Affect Your Pregnancy

Studies have shown that poor oral health can result in lower birth weights and pre-term deliveries.

4. Can a dentist detect early health problems? YES

Your Mouth Shows What's Happening In Your Body

Using an intra-oral camera we can detect mouth lesions that can be early signs of more serious health problems.

5. Can my smile affect my personal success? YES

Healthy Smiles Leave Lasting Impressions

It's a well known fact that people are drawn to people with welcoming smiles. We can help you overcome common dental problems and restore your smile confidence.

6. Do you provide free consultations? YES

We're Committed To Your Overall Health

Ask us about improving your oral health during your next visit. We can help you create a healthier and happier you.

We are excited to Welcome you back starting May 4th, 2020.
We truly appreciate your patience and support!

What you need to know:
• We are only seeing dental emergencies and urgent care at this point.
• If you had an appointment from March 17th – May 4th, we will be reaching out to you to reschedule your appointment.
• If you have an appointment after May 4th, we will be reaching out to you to adjust if necessary.
• Our online booking is temporarily disabled for regular appointments, If you would like to book an appointment please call us at 204-694-2042.

What to expect:
• When you enter the office we will require that you be pre-screened
• Our front door will be locked. Please remain in your vehicle when you arrive, and call us to let us know that you are here
• Only the patient will be able to enter the office, unless you are coming with your child or someone elderly and they need your assistance
• Your temperature will be taken, hand sanitizer is mandatory
• All staff members will be required to have temperature taken and hand sanitize as well upon entering
• All staff will be wearing personal protective equipment according to the Manitoba Dental Association guidelines and protocols for COVID-19

Our commitment to you:
• Patients will not be permitted in our waiting room at this time
• We have hand sanitizer at each desk for our patients to hand sanitize before leaving
• If you have a mask or equivalent face covering please bring it to you appointment, otherwise we will provide one for you
• Our front desk area and debit machine will be fully sanitized between patients
• Washrooms will be fully sanitized between uses and on a regular basis, including door handles etc.