Here at Paige Dentistry, we believe in treating our patients with respect and providing them with a welcoming and warm environment. We strive to provide the highest quality of dental care. We want every patient to leave our office with a healthy smile, knowing they have received the dental and orthodontic treatments they deserve.
During your first visit to Paige Dentistry, we will review your medical and dental history, and examine your current oral health. After your exam, Dr. Paige will explain your diagnosis and treatment options during your consultation, and if time permits, treatment can be done during the same visit.
Services you can expect during your first appointment:
Periodontal and full mouth dental examination
Oral cancer screening
An x-ray (digital imaging) to help us assess your current oral health
Teeth cleaning, depending on your periodontal / gum health, and time required
What To Bring To Your First Appointment:
To provide our patients with the best treatment, we request you bring the following items to your initial visit to our practice:
Insurance Information / Card
Any medical records pertaining to your visit (list of medications you are taking, pre-existing conditions, etc.)
Please arrive at least 15 minutes before the start of your scheduled appointment time to fill out necessary paperwork.
Our dental office in Sudbury, ON is open Monday through Thursday from 8 am to 5 pm.
We work hard to schedule your dental appointments as promptly as possible. If you have an emergency or are experiencing pain, we will do everything we can to see you that day.
Because our practice provides a variety of dental services, we work diligently to minimize your waiting time. However, certain procedures do take more time than others, so the time allocated for your procedure may vary.
Our practice accepts a variety of payment options, including credit card and e-transfer. For any questions regarding the status of your account, please give us a call at 705-560-4000.
Please Note: Regardless of your insurance coverage, you are fully responsible for all fees charged by our office. Our office follows the current ODA fee guide.
Our goal is to provide all patients with the finest care and a range of convenient financial options. We will work with you to help you maximize your dental insurance benefits. Because your insurance plan is a contract between you and your employer, we do not have access to all of the information regarding your plan. Your policy can change without notice; please ensure you remain up to date.
To expedite reimbursement, please bring your insurance information with you to your consultations.
Frequently Asked Questions
How is Paige Dentistry keeping me safe during this pandemic and beyond?
Dr. Paige has invested in eight Surgically Clean Air Purifiers. There is a unit in every operatory and also a larger in the patient reception area. Your health is our top priority, we are proud to offer surgically clean air at our clinic. You will notice plexiglass barriers, new signage, glass doors on all operatories, and social distancing seating in our reception area.
What are my payment options if I don’t want to go into the clinic?
With strict Covid rules in place, we have added new payment options for our patients. They include e-transfers @ [email protected] , we also have a hands-free debit machine that allows us to take your payment curbside.
What do I do when I arrive for my dental appointment?
A lot has changed over the last 8 months. Our clinic has put several safety measures in place to ensure your safety and the safety of the staff. The front door is locked and only patients with a scheduled appointment will be brought into the office. You must call the office at 705-560-4000 upon arrival someone will come down to screen you for COVID-19 take your temperature and have you watch a short Doctor video on the risks of COVID-19 in the dental office. You will be asked to sanitize your hands, and someone will escort you up into the office.
How long will my dental restoration last?
A common misconception is that dental restorations last forever but unfortunately, this is rarely true. With time dental restorations may break down or become loose, allowing decay to enter the area around the restoration and become problematic. Although you can’t expect your fillings, bridges, and crowns to last forever, you can do your part to make them last as long as possible. Maintain great oral hygiene and visit your dentist regularly to keep those restorations in great condition for as long as possible.
What exactly is a cavity?
A cavity is simply a small hole in the tooth that develops as a result of tooth decay. In other words, decay eats away at the tooth and results in a void space that disrupts the structure of the tooth. It is important to get cavities repaired because they will continue to grow larger with time.
When should I take my child to the dentist?
It is important to start your child early! There are a number of reasons why. We evaluate and promote beneficial, healthy home-care, and make sure that there are no dental issues in the first visit.
Do I need to go to the dentist every 6 months?
How often you go to the dentist depends on your own oral health. The goal is to catch small problems early and maintain your overall dental health regularly.
Can you bill my insurance directly?
Our office can directly bill to most dental insurance companies.