|By Marketwired .||
|March 18, 2014 03:00 AM EDT||
MISSISSAUGA, ON -- (Marketwired) -- 03/18/14 -- To better serve their patients, Square One Dental offers a number of digitally-aided treatments and services.
Square One Dental's team of dental professionals understands how important it is for good oral health care to be convenient for patients. Many people who need treatment are quick to avoid the dentist for concern over how long an appointment may take or whether they'll be uncomfortable during treatment.
That's why Square One Dental offers a variety of paperless and digitally-enhanced services. Patients can now get quicker, more detailed imaging during exams via digital x-rays. With digital imaging, patients don't have to deal with the uncomfortable bitewings that would typically be placed in their mouth. Digital images also help Square One's team of specialists more precisely diagnose oral health concerns and develop the treatment plan that will best benefit their patients. Founding dentist, Dr. Hawrylyshyn, explains, "We're excited to be able to make treatment planning more comfortable for our patients and more precise for us, as dental professionals. Our patients are pleasantly surprised to learn that the imaging -- that is so important to good oral health care -- is now more comfortable than what they've previously experienced."
Patients are also treated to online appointment requests, appointment reminders sent via text message and e-mail, and electronic billing to their insurance company. All of Square One Dental's patient files are digital and secure, so there is no waste of paper to keep track of your oral health plan and continued care.
Dr. Soota adds, "All of our digital services are aimed at helping our patients get the comfortable, comprehensive care they need so they feel good about going to the dentist. We are happy to go digital to provide our community with quality dental services."
About Square One Dental:
Square One Dental has been helping patients to healthy smiles for over 30 years and offers a number of specialists under one roof, including an orthodontist, an endodontist, a periodontist, and providing patients with the tools and education they need to maintain good oral health before and after any treatments.
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