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Frequently Asked Questions About our Dental Clinic in Winnipeg

At Dr. D H Bronstein Family Dental in Winnipeg, we offer a wide range of dental treatments to patients and their families. Our goal is to provide each of our patients with a comfortable dental experience and to help them achieve better overall oral health. On this page, you’ll find answers to some of our frequently asked questions. For more information on any of the services our dental clinic in Winnipeg provides, or to schedule an appointment, give us a call today.

Why are Dental Visits So Important?

Not only is having a visually appealing smile beneficial in our daily interactions with other people, but the condition of your teeth and gums can be an indication of your overall health as well. Good oral hygiene supported by proper brushing and fluoridation goes a long way to ensuring the quality of your teeth. However, harmful dental decay is influenced by a variety of factors and mindful care at home isn’t the end-all solution. Standard brush bristles can miss cavity-prone pits and fissures on the tooth's surface. Our dental clinic in Winnipeg understands the importance of preventative dentistry for patients of all ages. From protective sealants to proactive checkups, our staff can assess you for problematic gingivitis, demineralisation, and help in the detection of serious medical issues such as heart disease, diabetes, and even cancer.

Regular visits to Dr. DH Bronstein Family Dental can help you to look and feel your very best. Ensure your overall health with regular exams at our dental clinic in Winnipeg.

How Often Should I Go to the Dentist?

This can depend on the condition of your teeth and gums, as well as your overall oral health. If you take care of your teeth at home (proper brushing and flossing) and are not experiencing any issues, you should see your dentist preferably every six months. It is not advisable for you to wait more than a year to visit your dentist. Children under 18 should be seen by a dentist at least twice a year to ensure that their teeth are growing properly and staying healthy.

What is Cosmetic Dentistry?

Cosmetic dentistry refers to a variety of dental procedures that improve the appearance (though not necessarily the function) of a person’s teeth, gums and/or bite. This can include teeth whitening, veneers, tooth reshaping and more.

Can You Bill My Insurance Directly?

Absolutely! We offer direct electronic billing to insurance companies, offering you the convenience of not having to pay the cost of your treatment upfront.

Dr. D H Bronstein Family Dental

Unit D-2750 Pembina Hwy | Winnipeg, MB R3T 2H8 |204-269-8060| Fax: 204-261-1775

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