Patient Resources
For Your Dental Health

What to expect in your appointment and dental resources for your oral care

About Your Next Dentist Appointment

At Kildonan Crossing Dental Centre, we pride ourselves on keeping a bright, professional environment and we work very hard to keep our days running on time. This doesn’t happen by accident. We strive to keep appointments on schedule because we understand how valuable your time is.

With that in mind, we ask all Kildonan Crossing Dental Centre patients to keep your appointments, be on time and bring any pertinent information (eg. insurance card) for your visit.

We understand that sometimes plans fall through. If you need to cancel or reschedule your appointment to a later date, please do so at least 48 hours in advance.

Here are a few guidelines to keep in mind for your appointment:

  • Appointments are required for all patient visits
  • We accept emergency visits (please call in advance)
  • First visits require medical and dental histories (or release forms)

Payment options?

  • We ask for payment after your appointment
  • We accept dental insurance plans
  • Direct billing available - we work with most insurance companies
  • Visa, Mastercard and debit are accepted
  • Payment plans are available for major procedures

If you have questions about your dental treatment, fees or payment options, please feel free to give us a call and we are happy to explore available options with you.

Resources For Your Dental Treatment

Did you recently have a dental procedure or treatment done and need further guidance?

Browse through our resources list and learn more about what you need to do for after-treatment care.

After Oral Surgery

Did you just have a tooth extracted or other oral surgery? There are some things you need to know to make the healing process easier.

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At-Home Teeth Whitening

Depending on the brand of bleach you have, the specific times and application length may vary between each at-home teeth whitening kit. Follow the instructions in your kit and these directions to get the best results from your take-home bleaching kit.

Dental Hygiene Practices

Visiting the dentist regularly is important. And it’s equally important to pair this with proper oral hygiene at home, so you can keep your teeth and gums as healthy as can be. Brushing and flossing properly is key to a healthy mouth.

Denture Care

Getting used to your dentures takes time. Get some tips to help you with your new dental appliance.

Night Guard Care

Your night guard is intended for you to wear while you sleep to prevent nighttime grinding and clenching. Making sure that it's clean and well-fitted will help you get a better night's sleep.

Orthodontic Emergencies

Emergencies happen and your orthodontics may need some extra care. If something happens you may be able to temporarily fix it yourself until you can schedule an appointment at Kildonan Crossing Dental Centre.

Orthodontics Care

Did you just have a tooth extracted or other oral surgery? There are some things you need to know to make the healing process easier.

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Retainer Care Instructions

Now that your braces have been removed, it is important to wear your retainers properly to ensure the teeth don't move back.

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Unsupervised Retention: 1 Year And More After Braces

You have completed the supervised retention period following your active orthodontic treatment. The tissues and bone supporting your teeth have now had one year to settle around your teeth. Sometimes shifting occurs but should be minimal.

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Wearing Your Orthodontics Elastics

Wearing elastics with your braces is an important part of the orthodontic process. You wear elastics to get a good upper and lower jaw relationship, and following proper instructions will make the process easier and faster.

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Book Your Next Appointment Today!

We can’t wait to see you at your next dental appointment! If you’ve never been to our clinic before, we can schedule you for your first consultation - we are always accepting new patients.