You’ll meet with one of our Oral & Maxillofacial Surgeons to
discuss your procedure. During this meeting, you can expect to:

• Learn more about your diagnosis
• Learn about your treatment options
• Have your questions answered
• Have your x-rays taken (if required)
• When you arrive, check-in with our staff.

They ask you to provide them with a piece of ID and give you
forms to complete before seeing the surgeon. After your
consultation, you’ll be charged a consultation fee and an x-ray fee
(if any were taken), and you’ll receive an accurate cost estimate for
your surgery.

To ensure a smooth experience, bring the following items to your consultation:

  • Your surgical referral slip (from your dentist or doctor)
  • Any x-rays your doctor or dentist may have provided to you
  • A list of medications you are presently taking
  • Any necessary insurance forms, if you have medical or dental insurance
  • Your dental insurance forms
  • A piece of government official ID.

Some surgeries can be performed on the same day as your first visit. This is usually reserved for minor surgeries that are not complex.
Certain treatment plans are complex and some patients have a complicated medical history. For these patients, we schedule a second appointment for surgery. This way, our team has adequate time to review and prepare for your surgery. Any patients undergoing IV anaesthesia or general anaesthesia much have a pre-operative consultation and physical examination.