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We ask that our patients take care of the payment for their dental treatment at the time of services, unless other financial arrangements have been made in advance. We accept VISA, Mastercard, American Express, Debit and cash.

We submit all insurance claims electronically on your behalf, with most plans reimbursing within days. Our Administrative staff is well-trained to help you understand your insurance benefits and will work with you to maximize the insurance benefits you are entitled to.

We offer monthly payment financing for up to 5 years, including our unique 0% Financing Plan for up to 2 years (OAC, in partnership with Desjardins VISA)

We also offer a 10% Seniors’ Discount on all professional fees for our patients over the age of 65.

Insurance Benefits


Know your dental insurance policy. It is not always possible for us to find all the information concerning your insurance plan since insurance companies are not obligated to disclose any or all information to us under the privacy act. We recommend that patients verify their coverage with their insurance company and bring in their dental benefits card and coverage booklet to their first appointment.

Please remember that your dental plan is a contract between yourself and your insurance company.



What is considered a dental emergency?

Any dental problem that necessitates immediate treatment would be considered a dental emergency. Read More

What should I expect at my first appointment at Discovery Dental?

During your first appointment you will have a series of routine X-rays taken that check for cavities. If you have any specific concerns, such as tooth pain, broken or missing teeth, or wisdom teeth further X-rays will be taken to visualize these areas of concern. Dr. Read More

What should I bring to my first appointment?

You should bring your dental insurance information, a list of your medications and allergies, and any medical conditions that you have. Read More

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Ways To Help Your Parents Avoid Dental Problems As They Age
| 26 February 2018

As we get older, we may not put some much effort into our oral care. Whether your parents are in their fifties or pushing 90, you can help them avoid these dental problems as they age: Extreme dry mouth: Older people are at risk for dry mouth due to the physical changes in their bodies and certain medications. Read More

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