INITIAL VISIT AT KENEDY RUTH DENTAL CENTRE
NO REFERRAL NECESSARY
At Kenedy Ruth Dental Centre, you don’t require any referrals before your initial visit. However, if you’re referred by a physician, we suggest you to email or fax any referral documents prior to scheduling your initial visit with our dentist.
SCHEDULE AN APPOINTMENT FOR YOUR DENTAL TREATMENT IN BRAMPTON
Kenedy Ruth Dental Centre is widely preferred for family dental care in Brampton and the Greater Toronto Area. Our extensive range of services includes dental cleaning, teeth whitening, root canal treatment, dental filling, gum treatment and many more. If you face any oral issue, feel free to contact us for an appointment. We’re sure that you’ll be impressed with our advanced dental treatment and techniques. Also, our dental facility has amenities like a children’s play zone, TV and video games, and a massaging dental chair to keep you and your children relaxed and comfortable. Call us to learn more.
APPOINTMENTS AND CANCELLATIONS
As we’ve reserved a time for you with our dentist or hygienist, we request that you provide us with at least 24 hours’ notice before changing or cancelling an appointment. This will help us to accommodate other patients in need of a dental treatment.
Dental Insurance and Finance in Brampton
At Kenedy Ruth Dental Centre, we believe that all of our patients are entitled to comfort and health, and we can assist you in making that possible. We accept various payment methods, which include Visa, MasterCard, and e-transfers from your bank account.
Should you or a family member have private dental insurance, Kenedy Ruth Dental Centre would be happy to assist you in completing all the necessary paperwork; pre-authorizations and treatment claims. This will allow for a reimbursement to you or us from your dental benefits for the services provided in our practice.
FOR REIMBURSEMENT, PLEASE PROVIDE:
We accept multiple insurance benefits.
Understanding Your Dental Insurance
Avoid misunderstandings that may arise regarding your insurance coverage and payments. Insurance problems may arise when your insurance says it covers, for example, 80%, but actually only pays for 65% of the bill. The fee schedule that the insurance company uses to compute its percentage may be less than the doctor's fee schedule, or a deductible may have been applied. Some dental procedures aren’t covered. You’re responsible for the actual fee charged.