At Cornwall Dental, we make it our mission to serve you quickly and comfortably. When you book an appointment with us, we reserve that time to treat you. We schedule appointments for a specific amount of time, depending on the treatment you will receive. Every attempt is made to stay on schedule, however due to the delicate nature of some procedures, and our commitment to provide every patient we serve with skillful, quality dental treatment, sometimes appointments last longer than we anticipate.
Our commitment to your oral health means that we will contact you when it is time for your next appointment. This proactive approach to dental health is one way to ensure your teeth and gums remain healthy.
When you make an appointment, we allocate time in our schedule for you. We understand if you must cancel an appointment, but we require one business days (24 hours) notification. This allows our staff time to offer the appointment to another patient. Depending on the individual situation, a fee may be charged for missed appointments or short-notice cancellations.
Dental treatment fees are charged for diagnosis, treatment, consultations and other services, and are based on the complexity of the dental procedure. Cornwall Dental follows the current Fee Guide suggested by the College of Dental Surgeons of Saskatchewan. According to law, all fees are the same regardless of whether you have dental insurance or not.
Patients are responsible for payment of services rendered in our office at the time services are provided, and regardless of any third party dental coverage you may have. You are encouraged to ask questions regarding procedures or treatments and the resulting fees. We accept VISA, MasterCard and provide Interac services. We will be happy to assist you with the completion of insurance forms.
Cornwall Dental acknowledges, as our duty and responsibility to hold in confidence your personal information gathered in the course of our professional relationship with our patients. As such, we comply with the Personal Information Protection and Electronic Documents Act and the Health Information Protection Act (2004).