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Scheduling Visits to the Dental Office
Scheduling Visits to the Dental Office
May 20, 2020

At-home oral care simply won’t cut it if you’re looking to maintain your oral health in the long-term. Brushing your teeth, flossing, and using mouthwash are essential as part of your everyday oral care routine. But you alone, aren’t able to assess the health of your teeth and gums the way a dental professional would be able to. 


It is for this reason that making the decision to visit a reputable dental office in Toronto is what can take your oral health from good to great. Once you’ve found a dental office you trust, it’s important to schedule regular check-ups to ensure your teeth and gums are healthy. But how often should you visit the dentist?


In today’s blog we offer a few guidelines when it comes to how often you visit your dental office in Toronto.


Regular Trips to the Dentist


As mentioned above, it’s important to schedule regular check-ups to make sure your teeth and gums are healthy. But the frequency of how often you should visit the dental office will depend on your own oral health and what your dentist thinks is the best course of action based on your unique needs. For example, someone with great oral hygiene won’t need to visit as frequently as someone who has poor oral hygiene. 


Experiencing Pain and Discomfort


If you’re experiencing consistent tooth or gum pain, it’s worth calling up your dental office in Toronto to book an appointment. Addressing these issues in your next scheduled dentist office visit may be prolonging an issue unnecessarily and could result in it getting worse. Talk to your dentist immediately, and don’t put things off for too long. 


Post Treatment Assessment 


If you’ve been experiencing ongoing issues with your oral health, or have recently undergone a recent oral surgery, your dentist might want to follow-up with you more frequently. If you’ve just completed a surgery, they will want to take a look post surgery to ensure everything is healing properly and that there aren’t any other issues that could negatively affect the healing process. 


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Canadian Dental Care Plan (CDCP)

Starting March 2024 our office participate in the CDCP

(CDCP) is a federal government program intended to reduce financial barriers to oral health care. The program will provide coverage of the cost of dental care for Canadian residents who do not have dental benefits and have a household income of less than $90,000 a year.

Dental care under the CDCP is expected to start in Spring 2024. The federal government has committed to rolling out the CDCP coverage in stages. Below is a table with the expected timelines for applications to the CDCP.

Group Applications open
Seniors aged 87 and above Starting December 2023
Seniors aged 77 to 86 Starting January 2024
Seniors aged 72 to 76 Starting February 2024
Seniors aged 70 to 71 Starting March 2024
Seniors aged 65 to 69 Starting May 2024
Persons with a valid Disability Tax Credit certificate Starting June 2024
Children under age 18 Starting June 2024
All remaining eligible Canadian residents Starting 2025

The Team at Queens Quay Dental Centre