It is our commitment to provide the highest quality of care available. Our treatment Coordinators will be pleased to sit and discuss your recommended treatment and the associated fees to help organize your appointments and budget.
We are pleased to offer direct billing to your insurance company, you only pay the difference day of service. Our office can assist you in gathering the specifics about your plan and its limitations so you have all the information prior to booking your appointments. Please print this form and contact your insurance company, they will assist you in filling it out prior to your first visit with us.
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We are also pleased to provide financing through Health Smart to ensure you get the treatment that you need, when you need it. The application process is quick and easy. The financial agreement is arranged between you and Health Smart Financial Group directly, allowing you the freedom to proceed with your dental treatment when you are ready. Applications are processed same day, so you will not have to wait to start your treatment and with interest free options you can find a payment plan that works for you!
Treatment of our patients is not based on their insurance, but rather, based on their dental exam, medical history and the communication between the dentist and the patient.
Please keep in mind that your insurance is a contract between you and the insurance company/employer. You are ultimately responsible for your account. We offer electronic insurance submissions where possible. We ask that you provide the front desk team with your policy numbers/information and inform them of any changes to your policy.
We accept debit transactions and most major credit cards.
The Manor Dental Centre is always making changes to ensure our patients have the best experience possible!
The office is offering Saturday hours *please call for availability.
We are billing direct to your insurance company! Pay only your balance at the time of service. Call the office for more information.
Whiten your teeth for life FREE! Compliments of the office *Some Conditions apply, contact the office for more detail.
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Join our Cavity Free Club! It’s EASY! If you are cavity free at your next check up and cleaning, your name is entered into the monthly draw! One lucky winner is chosen to receive movie passes and a Cavity free certificate! *Contest runs for ages 12 and under.
Your name and picture will be displayed in the office as well as on our Facebook page
What is Oral Cancer?
Oral cancer is a malignant tumour that starts in cells of the mouth. Malignant means that it can spread, or metastasize, to other parts of the body.
The oral cavity is part of the digestive system. The structures in the oral cavity help you speak, taste and chew. The oral cavity includes the lips, cheeks, gums and teeth. It also includes the part of the tongue in the mouth (called the oral tongue), the bony part of the roof of the mouth (called the hard palate) and the floor of the mouth under the tongue. A mucous membrane lines and protects the inside of the oral cavity.
Cells in the mouth sometimes change and no longer grow or behave normally. These changes may lead to non-cancerous, or benign, conditions. These conditions include candidiasis (also called thrush) and aphthous ulcers\(also called canker sores). Changes to cells in the oral cavity can also lead to non-cancerous tumours such as hyperplasias and papillomas.
Sometimes changes to cells in the oral cavity can cause precancerous conditions. This means that the cells are not yet cancer but there is a higher chance these abnormal changes will become cancer. The most common precancerous conditions of the oral cavity are leukoplakia and erythroplakia.
In some cases, changes to cells in the oral cavity can cause cancer. Most often, oral cavity cancer starts in flat, thin cells called squamous cells. These cells make up the squamous epithelium, which is a layer of the mucous membrane. This type of cancer is called squamous cell carcinoma of the oral cavity.
Other types of cancer can also develop in the oral cavity, but they are rare. These include
salivary gland cancer
The Manor Dental Centre strongly believes in prevention and education. We are proud to bring Oral Cancer awareness to our patients not only by doing a complete oral cancer exam at your regular check up appointments, we now have the technology to see what may not be apparent or sometimes not even visible with the naked eye alone. Our office uses the VELscope Oral Caner Screening Device which allows us to see tissue abnormalities, document and monitor them to help keep you up to date on any changes in your mouth. The VELscope emits a harmless, bright blue light which is used to inspect the mouth and tongue.
Ask your dental professional about Oral Cancer, the screening process and how we can help you be pro-active with your oral health.