Your First Visit
We ask that you arrive about 10 minutes early so that you have enough time to fill out a New Patient form. If you prefer, to save time you can complete the form online in advance.
Your endodontist will begin by reviewing your medical and dental history, before examining your endodontic condition or injury. Your clinical examination will include a thorough inspection of the condition of your teeth, gums, inner cheeks, tongue and the roof of your mouth.
The condition of your oral hygiene and any previous dental work or areas of swelling will be documented. To allow your endodontist to examine the shape of your teeth's roots x-rays will be taken. These images will help your endodontist determine whether any conditions (such as cavities or tooth fractures) may be causing your pain.
Based on your history and the finding during your examination, your endodontist may require further tests to be done in order to pinpoint the source of your mouth pain and treat your condition effectively.
Read the FAQs to learn more about what to expect at Limited to Endodontics.
- What features does your clinic offer?
To help you have a convenient and stress free appointment with us our clinic offers a number of features, including:
- Convenient Locations
- Convenient Free Parking
- Wheelchair Accessible
- Phone Call Appointment Reminders
- How can I schedule an appointment?
To book an appointment at Limited to Endodontics, please contact us via phone or email.
- How do I cancel or reschedule an appointment?
To cancel or reschedule an appointment, please call us. Please notify us about any change of plans as soon as possible, so another patient may be able to use the space in our schedule.
- Do you offer appointment reminders?
In the days leading up to your appointment, you will receive appointment reminders by phone. If you need to reschedule or cancel an appointment, please call us as soon as you can to let us know.
- Do you provide services in any languages other than English?
Our office is pleased to be able to provide dental services in several languages including English, Italian, Portuguese, Spanish, Arabic, Croatian, Tagaglog, Armanian.
If you have a language preference, please let us know when booking your appointment.
- How long does endodontic treatment take?
The procedure time will vary based on the treatment being performed, but most appointments with us are last between 1 to 2 hours.
- What should I do if I am having an emergency after hours?
If you are experiencing a dental emergency after hours, please call us at (905) 601-8393.
Support for Anxious Patients
Anxiety or fear around dental appointments is very common, and can often prevent people from getting the endodontic care they need and deserve. If this sounds like you, try not to worry, we're here to help.
The team at Limited to Endodontics has a number of practices in place, including dental sedation options, to help you relax during your appointments.