Frequently Asked Questions

We are Moving FAQ

Dental FAQ

How often should I see my dentist?

In order to maintain good oral health, we recommend visiting your dentist every 6 months. In some cases we may suggest more visits to treat certain conditions. Not only does regularly scheduled visits ensure good oral health today, we can discover and prevent future issues.

How often should I change my toothbrush?

As you continue to use a toothbrush, the bristles begin to get worn out and frayed. It is recommended that you swap out your brush every 3 months. Using a worn out brush provides a less deep clean, and can affect your teeth in the long run.

What are the benefits of cosmetic dentistry?

The goal of cosmetic dentistry is to provide you with a confident smile. The scope of cosmetic dentistry can range from teeth
whitening to a reconstruction of your entire smile. If you have any questions, feel free to contact us to discuss what works
for you.

How old should my child be before I bring them to a dentist?

Typically, a child’s first tooth erupts at around six months. The Canadian Academy of Pediatric Dentistry recommends that a
child’s first check up should be six months after the first tooth emerges. This is generally when the child is a year old.

How often should my child be getting checked up?

Much like adults, we recommend you bring your child in every 6 months for a checkup. In certain scenarios, we may suggest that
you bring your child in more often.

What causes cavities?

Our mouth is home to certain types of bacteria. These bacteria react with the things we eat. In the case of sugary foods, an acid is formed, which attacks and wears out the enamel of the teeth. This reaction leaves behind holes which are known as cavities.

When are we moving?

April 2nd

Where are we moving to?

80 Pertosa Drive ( in the same plaza next to City Pizza)

Who is moving?

Dr. Gill and ALL her staff. (listed below) You will keep your same hygienist when you move.

Hygieists: Grace, Shonna, Dawn, Jignasa, Patti

Assistants: Adjoa, Folakemi

Receptionists: Vanesha, Patty, Anesha, Inderpreet

Dentists: Dr. Gill, Dr. Keegan Quadros, Dr. Singh, Dr. Nayyar, Dr.Kharana, Dr.Chattha, Denturist: Adita

Why are you moving?

We are taking this opportunity to upgrade and modernize all our equipment including the addition of a state of the art sterilization centre, digital X-rays, paperless records and push button access for the disabled.

We will have more space and will be able to provide paitents with more availablity for appointment times and days.

Will all my records move to the new location?

Yes! We will be taking all your records with us.

Is there a new phone number?

Yes! the new phone number is 905-455-DENT (3368)

What happens with my child who currently sees the orthodontist?

The orthodontist, along with ALL the other associates, will also be moving to the new location.

Is there a new name?

Yes, the name of the new practice is Smiles4U.