Refer a friend, get $50
Refer a friend to District Dental and get a $50 District Dental credit. Credits never expire and are unlimited. You can use them towards any of our products and services, even cosmetic procedures.
The more friends you refer, the more credits you get! So go ahead. Refer a friend or two or more today!
New Patients: What to Expect
First Time Patients
As a new patient at District Dental, you can expect our friendly staff to greet you and your dental team to conduct a new patient exam. This may include:
- extra- and intra-oral exam
These procedures help us develop a personalized treatment plan for your dental goals. Also during your first visit, your hygienist will assess your gum health and provide treatments to help you reach your optimal oral health.
Dental Care for The Whole Family
General Dentistry Practice
DISTRICT DENTAL is a full service, family dental practice. Our goal is to improve your life with a comprehensive approach to your unique needs.
Free Whitening for New Patients
Book a new patient exam and cleaning and get your choice of free whitening or sleep apnea screening test. Conditions apply. Call us for details.
Frequently Asked Questions
What are bonded or white fillings?
Bonded fillings are a tooth-coloured mix of plastic and ceramic. Often called composite, plastic, or white fillings, a bonded filling is a procedure in which your dentist cleans all decay from the tooth and applies a bonding agent inside the cavity. Dentists then apply a tooth-coloured resin material, in thin layers, into the cavity and harden it with a LED blue light. Once the last layer of the filling is hard, your dentist shapes the filling, restoring or improving a person’s smile. Bonded fillings are almost undetectable.
What is gum disease?
Gum/periodontal disease is an inflammatory process of the bone and associated structures around the tooth. It is caused by localized bacterial invasion and chronic inflammation and is often painless. You may not know you have gum disease. Some people only notice after significant bone loss has occurred, an irreversible process, and their teeth become loose, resulting in tooth loss.
When should I bring my child in for their first dental first dental visit?
We suggest following the recommendation of the Canadian Dental Association. They recommend infants to see a dentist within 6 months of their first tooth erupting or by one year of age. Remember, prevention is key!
Why do dentists screen for sleep disordered breathing?
Dentists work intimately with the structures of your face and jaws. Since your breathing involves these structures, that makes dentists uniquely positioned to educate and screen their patients for sleep disordered breathing.
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