Your dentists in Aldershot
We want you to feel confident that your dental health professionals are highly-trained and skilled clinicians. We take pride in providing you with the care that is needed to keep your smile healthy. Our success is based on building trust with our patients by treating them as individuals. We know how anxious some patients feel about their dental appointments, and we want to make sure that they have a positive and relaxing experience. Our entire team is committed to providing you with excellent personalized care and service in order to make your visits as pleasant and comfortable as possible.
Our ultra-modern dental practice is fully equipped with the latest in dental technologies and equipment. We offer digital X rays, panoramic X rays, laser treatment and oral cameras. Nitrous oxide sedation is also available. Our primary goals are your safety and the quality of your treatment. Children and adults will find our super comfortable dental chairs, as well as the TVs in each room, to be a relaxing and stress-free atmosphere. While you wait for a family member, enjoy our bright waiting area equipped with a fireplace, TV and comfortable chairs.
For your convenience, we can direct bill to most insurances. Let us handle the hassle of corresponding with your insurance company. Most insurance companies will pay us directly. We accept Visa, Mastercard, Debit, Cash, and Visa Debit for our patients who do not have insurance. Payment is due at the time of service. Financing options are available if you need a payment plan. We are always transparent with our fees. We will send you and your insurance company an estimate whenever possible so there are no surprises when you come for your visit.
Burlington is a city in the Regional Municipality of Halton at the west end of Lake Ontario in Ontario, Canada. Located approximately halfway between Toronto and Niagara Falls, it is part of the Greater Toronto and Hamilton Area and Hamilton metropolitan census area. == History == Before the 19th century, the area between the provincial capital of York and the township of West Flamborough was home to the Mississauga nation. In 1792, John Graves Simcoe, the first lieutenant governor of Upper Canada, named the western end of Lake Ontario "Burlington Bay" after the town of Bridlington in the East Riding of Yorkshire, England.The British purchased the land on which Burlington now stands from the Mississaugas in Upper Canada Treaties 3 (1792), 8 (1797), 14 (1806), and 19 (1818). Treaty 8 concerned the purchase of the Brant Tract, 14.0 km2 (3,450 acres) on Burlington Bay which the British granted to Mohawk chief Joseph Brant for his service in the American Revolutionary War.