Welcome to the Longworth Dental patient documentation page

We have everything you need for a great first visit, and beyond.

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Getting started as a new patient

We are accepting new patients. Keep reading for everything you need to know to on how to get started.

Call us

The easiest way to get started is to pick up the phone.

Email us

If you aren't able to reach us for any reason, you can also email us.

Get directions

If you live nearby, or you're on your way, this is how to get here.

Book online

If you want to book conveniently and directly, you can do that here. We will reach out to follow up.

Quick start

Experiencing a dental emergency?

If you are experiencing an emergency, the fastest way to get started is to call, email, or make an appointment.

Otherwise, if you are simply curious about the process and want to know what to expect, keep reading!

New clients join our practice in several ways

Our philosophy of care is to help you achieve the highest level of dental health you desire. Different clients have different desires.

Some want to relieve sensitivity in one specific area

In this case, we will set you up with a 15-minute 'specific exam', where your dentist will look at only the area of concern. Since your objective is to get a diagnosis for a specific issue, your doctor will not examine the rest of your teeth and gums.

Once you have a diagnosis, we will offer you an appointment to perform whatever treatment you choose. Click this link to read about the specific exam.

Some want a complete exam and a report of all findings

In this case, your objective is to get a full understanding of what is happening with your teeth, gums and smile. Your complete oral exam is about 60 minutes.

At the end of the appointment, the doctor will take you on a “Tour of Your Mouth”, sharing any concerns they found, what the consequences may be if not treatment is done, and how treatment would benefit each problem, including what treatment options exist for each diagnosis. Click this link to read about the complete oral exam.

Looking for a dental hygiene appointment?

When you book a complete oral exam, you can also book a hygiene appointment on the same day. Please let us know if you would like to book both.

Some are looking for a first visit for their child

The Ontario Dental Association recommends first dental check-ups within 6 months of kids getting their first tooth (and at the latest around their first birthday). Click this link to read about the first happy visit.