We want to extend to you our personal greetings and a very warm welcome to our dental practice. We are accepting new patients and we are looking forward to meeting you and caring for your dental health. We want you to know that we pride ourselves on trying to make dentistry a pleasant experience for you.
We feel it is our responsibility is to aim to provide you with the best possible dental services in a comfortable environment. Our objectives are those of high quality and preventive care. We strive to build mutual trust with each one of our patients. Our diagnosis is based on a common goal of achieving maximum comfort, function, health and esthetics.
Please take the time to fill out your medical history prior to your appointment:
Orangeville Medical Form
The following information will be very useful to you:
Our practice includes a wide range of dental procedures, including comprehensive dentistry, cosmetic dentistry, implant restorations, crowns, whitening, bridges, pediatric dentistry, periodontal treatment, as well as other esthetic and restorative procedures and options.
At the time of your first appointment, we will listen closely to your concerns and conduct a through, comprehensive evaluation. We will take the time to give you the personal attention you deserve. The complete examination (including soft tissue, TMJ, bite, esthetic), periodontal probing, intraoral camera tour and study models. The length of the appointment is two hours for adults and the requirements of children will vary according to age and condition.
Before any treatment begins, we will sit down with you and advise you of your options so you can make an informed choice regarding the best course of treatment for your specific needs. We respect our patients, and our goal is to provide you an atmosphere of mutual trust.
Our practice is truly a family practice that is based on word-of-mouth referrals. We often treat many members of the same family, and some of our best patients are referred by some of our best patients.
Thank you for choosing our practice to serve your dental needs. We will be happy to answer your questions and overcome obstacles you may face in developing and pursuing your goals. Please feel free to call us at (905)951-2004. We look forward to meeting you.
Chrissy Kokonas BSc, DMD, FICOI
P.S Please come to your first appointment about 15 minutes early to complete your medical/dental questionnaire. We need this information so we can treat you safely.
On your first visit please bring some personal data and medical background information for our records:
Arrange for a copy of old x-rays to be sent to your new dentist prior to the appointment. Those records will enable the new dentist to check the last documented condition of your teeth prior to you visit.
Please bring a list of current medications you are currently taking or are allergic to. If you have a condition that requires pre-medication. Please take your medication as prescribed by your family doctor.
Please bring all insurance information (name of insurance company and policy number) so we can assist you in filling out your form and/ or sending your claims electronically.
During your first visit, you’ll have the opportunity to meet the doctor as well as our team members. We recommend treatment to begin with a comprehensive oral examination in order to assess your health. We will perform TMJ/bite, cancer screening, and tooth by tooth examinations. X-rays will only be taken as necessary at the examination. Additionally, we will review your medical records and discuss concerns you may have. Based on our findings, we will design an appropriate treatment plan.
During your child’s first visit, he/she will have a chance to meet the dental team and get acquainted to the dental environment. At the first visit, we take the child on an office tour and for a ride in the chair. We also go over dental habits, as well as nutritional habits at home. We do a complete exam, x-rays, cleaning, and fluoride, if indicated and recommended by the doctor. At every visit, we demonstrate proper brushing and flossing techniques. A child’s first visit is to be around the age of two, unless you have a concern prior to this time.