Your First Visit
Our team would like to ask that you arrive 10 minutes before your appointment to fill out our New Patient form.
Your dentist will begin by reviewing your medical and dental history and complete a comprehensive dental exam. Your dentist will thoroughly examine your gums, teeth, bite and jaw, and perform any required X-rays.
Based on your history and examination, your dentist will develop a long-term dental treatment plan for you. This is also a good time for you to go over any dental concerns that you have and ask any questions.
Read the FAQs to learn more about what to expect at Upper Ottawa Dental.
- What features does your clinic offer?
Our clinic offers many helpful features, including:
- Convenient Locations & Hours
- Free On-site Parking
- Quick Check-up Appointments
- Multiple Appointment Bookings for Families
- Short Wait Times
- How can I book an appointment?
- How do I cancel or reschedule an appointment?
- Do you offer appointment reminders?
Leading up to your appointment, you will receive automated phone call appointment reminders from us. If you need to cancel or reschedule an appointment, please call us as soon as possible to let us know.
- Do you provide services in any languages other than English?
At this time, English is the only language we can offer our services in.
- Does your clinic have on-site parking?
Yes, we have free on-site parking available for all our patients. We are also easily accessible by public transit.
Support for Anxious Patients
Anxiety or fear around dental appointments is very common and it can prevent people from getting the dental care they need. If this sounds like you, don't fret.
The team at Upper Ottawa Dental has a variety of practices in place to help you relax during your appointments.
Insurance & Payment Options
At Upper Ottawa Dental, we'll help you navigate our payment and insurance options so you can focus on achieving your dental goals.
In order to help make your visit easier and stress-free, our Upper Ottawa Dental dental team can assist you in understanding your insurance plan better and help you with filling out any forms.
The full treatment cost must be paid at the time of your appointment. We accept cheques, debit or most major credit cards. We also offer payment plan options for any procedures that you may need.