Accepting New Patients

Family, Cosmetic &
Emergency Dental Services

Patient Centre

New Patient Information

We always welcome new patients! We’d be pleased to have the opportunity to evaluate and fulfill your dental requirements and those of your entire family. 

If you’re visiting our office for the first time, we’d be happy to complete a new patient examination to determine an appropriate treatment plan for you. This usually entails an appointment (up to an hour) consisting of a complete gum examination, cancer screening, necessary x-rays, diagnosis and treatment planning. 

New Patient Form for Polar Dental | New Patient Form for Don Valley Dental

Emergency Dental Services

In pain? We can help. We try to help patients in need by providing same day emergency care where possible. Our offices are open six days a week for your convenience including Saturday and evening hours. Give our Emergency Dental Hotline a call to see if we can help you! 

Please Note: Our office hours do vary by location. Please select a location above for more information.

Appointments

It is necessary that we work by appointments to ensure you get the appropriate and comprehensive oral care you deserve & require. If you are unable to keep a scheduled appointment, we ask that you provide our office with at least 48 hours notice so that your previously reserved time can be given to another patient. Otherwise a charge may be applied.

To schedule an appointment or for any general questions call us at the number above or complete the quick contact form.


Payment Policy

  • We accept most insurance plans and expect any portion of treatment not covered, to be paid in full on the day of treatment.
  • We accept debit transactions and most major credit cards as a convenience for you and can arrange outside financing as necessary.
  • We have options for payments plans.
 

Dental Insurance

Treatment of our patients is not based on their insurance, but rather, based on their dental examination, medical history and appropriate communication to achieve a proper treatment plan.

Please keep in mind that your insurance is a contract between you and the insurance company/employer. As such, you are required to be responsible for the account. We ask that you provide the Front Desk Team with your policy numbers/information, and inform them of any changes to your policy and personal information.

As a convenience to you, our office will submit the charges to your insurance carrier. We offer electronic insurance submissions where possible.


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Our governing College, Royal College of Dental Surgeons of Ontario (RCDSO) has advised dentists that they strongly recommend that all non-essential and elective dental services should be suspended immediately. Public safety is our number one concern. We need to put our patients’ interests and the safety of the community, first. Ontario has declared a state of emergency, and the Canadian government is strongly urging all Canadians to practice social distancing.

Dental hygiene services in a time of a "pandemic" are not considered emergency or essential services. Our College has advised that we postpone all appointments for Hygiene scaling/cleanings until further notice. We may however, be open for EMERGENCIES. We ask that you call one of our offices to schedule this, and to be pre-screened.

What is the definition of an essential service?

In dentistry, a “true emergency situation” includes oral-facial trauma, significant infection, prolonged bleeding or pain which cannot be managed by over-the-counter medications.

If you are experiencing any of these symptoms, we are here for you and want to help. Please call our offices to speak with one of our representatives who will be able to screen and advise you accordingly.  CONSULTATIONS OVER THE PHONE will be available with the Doctor, if needed.

This strong recommendation to suspend non-essential services, is being followed in interest of the public, our patients and our Team. We all need to act in a socially responsible manner. The College will revisit this recommendation in the first week of April. We will continue to keep you up to date.

Stay safe, and healthy.

Drs. Jim Argyropoulos, Robert Polese, Ari Voudouris & Associates