When you are looking for a family dentist in Winnipeg, get in touch with the friendly staff at Bronstein Family Dental to book an appointment. We provide a wide range of dental services for your entire family. Whether your child has a cavity, you need teeth whitening, or your parents need new dentures, we accommodate patients of all ages. Our comprehensive dental services include teeth cleaning, dental filling, wisdom tooth extraction, and other restorative and cosmetic dentistry services. Dr. Bronstein and our dental hygienists are ready to provide personalized care for every patient.
What You Can Expect From Our Dentistry
New, State-of-the-Art Clinic, Same Experienced Dental Team
We have recently moved to a new location to better serve our patients, ensuring that we are able to treat them with our new, state-of-the-art dental equipment. We’ve been treating patients for over 40 years, proudly building strong relationships with families in the Winnipeg area.
We are a patient-oriented dental clinic, which means we put our patients first. No matter what dental troubles you are facing, our friendly staff will help you with it. We get to know our patients and their dental history before providing personalized services.
Insurance Filed Electronically
We accept most dental plans, and our staff electronically submits insurance forms for you. We take pride in offering you the convenience of not having to pay the cost of your treatment upfront.
Emergency Care Available
If your child chips a tooth while playing or you lose a dental crown at lunch, call Bronstein Family Dental for emergency dental care. You can easily find our dental centre in south Winnipeg’s Greencrest Plaza, located minutes away from the University of Manitoba on Pembina Highway.
To our patients of Bronstein Family Dental,
Our office has reopened! We are so pleased to be open to serve you once again.
We hope this message finds you healthy during these challenging times of the COVID-19 pandemic.
IMPORTANT: If you are infected with COVID-19 or think you may have been infected, please contact us in advance before coming in for your appointment. You will have to contact SHARED HEALTH MANITOBA.
Our dental office has always taken pride in putting your safety and the safety of the staff at top priority.
This time of COVID-19 has made it necessary for us to re-evaluate and take further steps to improve safety for everyone in our clinic. Listed below are initiatives that we at Dr. D.H. Bronstein family dental have taken to ensure that we can continue to provide you with quality oral health care in a safety-conscious environment.
We will not be accepting walk in appointments.
All patients are asked to arrive to their appointment alone unless the patient is a minor or caregiver. Only the patient and the treatment providers will be allowed in the treatment operatory.
It would be best that you wait in your car until we call you in for your appointment. Please ensure we have your cell phone number. If you arrive on foot, you can come in and sit 6 feet apart from any other person that may be in the waiting room.
We have taken steps in scheduling to minimize waiting room time and exposure to other patients in the clinic.
We have increased appointment times to allow for extra steps required for disinfection, placing and removing our specialized safety masks, shields and clothing, and allowing patient flow through the dental clinic while minimizing physical contact with others. Expect your appointment to be longer than usual. Please make sure you allow yourself enough time for your appointment. These steps are critical to ensure your safety and ours, therefore we won’t be able to shorten your visit under any circumstances. Our reception area is equipped with plexiglass to protect administrative staff.
We encourage you to wear your own non-medical mask to the office if you wish. Due to the shortage of masks worldwide it is necessary that we save our masks for dental procedures.
All clipboards, pens, debit machines, door handles and high touched surfaces are disinfected between patients using clinical disinfectant wipes.
Upon arrival and check in, a temperature scan will be taken.
Patients are asked to use the hand sanitizer provided or wash their hands in the washroom.
New regulation personal protective equipment for the dental professional will be used to provide your dental treatment. This includes the protective equipment that we used previously, plus new face shields, gowns and hats that are disposable or changed between each patient. N95 masks will be used when aerosol generating procedures are being performed. All masks have been fitted and tested by a safety regulator to ensure each dental professional uses an effective N95 mask.
The changes we have made are in compliance with the Manitoba Dental Associations new guidelines for treatment during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Dr. Bronstein and staff