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  • NB Dental - Understanding Fees
    dentists required to follow the provincial fee guide While many dentists will follow a number of fees within the guide there is no requirement to do so Dental offices consider a number of variables when determining costs for their office Federal competition laws prohibit price fixing so definitive fees for services cannot be set Why does my dentist charge more than the provincial fee guide There is no requirement for dentists to charge the suggested fees outlined in the dental fee guides Dentists determine costs for their office based on the factors influencing their individual practice How do I find out what a particular procedure might cost Patients are advised to discuss any questions related to recommended treatment options or the cost of treatment with their dentist The fee guide is very technical in nature with over 1 400 codes covering the wide range of diseases that affect a patient s oral and systemic health and the various components of dental treatment Treatment may require one or multiple procedures codes outlined in the guide and all costs are determined by the individual dental office Patients are reminded that the provincial fee guide is only a guide and dentists are not required to charge the suggested fees outlined Why are specialist fees higher Dental specialists receive additional training in a particular field of dentistry They bring a high level of expertise to treatment provided within their specialty General practice dentists will refer patients where a specialist s care is required Treatment provided within specialty fields is often highly technical and complex It can involve the use of specialized equipment or materials required for treatment additional staffing needs and ongoing education All of these factors are considered by specialists when determining treatment costs Can I get an estimate for treatment before going to the dentist Treatment recommendations are developed by the dentist beginning with an examination of the mouth The dentist will examine the patient review their health history and discuss any symptoms or concerns the patient may be experiencing If your dentist identifies an issue in your mouth they will discuss this with you along with their treatment recommendations Depending on the treatment options presented further discussions related to materials the extent of the care required whether or not laboratory fees factor into care etc can influence the estimate Your dentist can work with you to review treatment alternatives and provide a cost estimate for the treatment plan before proceeding Note A dentist can only provide an estimate As with any medical based procedure treatment planning can change over the course of treatment this can have an influence on cost Can I get a second opinion the cost estimate seems high It is important that you feel comfortable in proceeding with any dental treatment Your dentist is there to support your health and answer any questions you may have including why they are recommending the treatment presented and or any related cost If you are concerned with any factors related to

    Original URL path: http://www.nbds.ca/en/e-understanding_fees.html (2016-05-01)
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  • NB Dental - Complaint Process
    billing disputes and civil actions How would I make a Complaint We recommend that you discuss your concerns with the Registrar prior to filing a formal complaint so that you fully understand our processes Please call 506 452 8575 In any event should you wish to proceed with a complaint or legislation requires that a written signed complaint must be submitted by mail to New Brunswick Dental Society 520 rue King St Suite Bureau 820 Fredericton N B E3B 4Z9 Further We Suggest You Include Your name address and telephone number The name and address of the dentist involved The issues of your complaint including dates where possible The name and address of any and all other dentists you consulted Any dental records you may have in your possession Written complaints are acknowledged in writing How will my Complaint be handled Once a written complaint is received the Registrar forwards a copy to the dentist who is provided the opportunity to reply The complaint and any reply from the dentist is forwarded to a local Mediation Panel composed of three dentists Mediation The Mediation Panel has 60 days to consider the complaint and to make a written recommendation to you and the dentist The panel s role is to suggest a manner to resolve the complaint and its recommendations are non binding Complaints If either you or the dentist disagrees with the Mediation Panel s recommendations the complaint will be forwarded to Complaints Committee for further investigation The Mediation Panel may also forward the complaint to the Complaints Committee at any time in its discretion The Complaints Committee consists of two dentists and a member of the public This Committee will only consider written evidence but may request additional information in writing from you to assist it in its deliberations

    Original URL path: http://www.nbds.ca/en/e-complaint_process.html (2016-05-01)
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  • La Société Dentaire du N.-B. - Trouver un dentiste
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    Original URL path: http://www.nbds.ca/fr/f-find_a_dentist.cfm (2016-05-01)
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  • NB Dental - Find a Dentist
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    Original URL path: http://www.nbds.ca/en/results.cfm (2016-05-01)
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  • NB Dental - Building Better Teeth - Tooth Care
    four minutes twice a day using a pea sized amount of toothpaste That way you can be sure you won t miss any spots the next time you brush Tips for Effective Maintenance There are many different ways to properly brush your teeth Since tooth position and gum condition varies from person to person you should check with your dentist to determine what s best for your mouth Here are some effective tips to get the job done Place your toothbrush at a 45 degree angle and gently brush both teeth and gums in a circular motion This technique removes harmful bacteria at the gumline where they mostly hide Gently brush the outer and inner tooth surfaces and the chewing surfaces of all your teeth Use the tip of your brush to clean the inside surfaces of your front teeth with a gentle up and down stroke Be sure not to brush your teeth too hard or use a hard bristled toothbrush This can cause your gums to recede and wear down the tooth structure These conditions can lead to tooth sensitivity Last but not least remember to brush your tongue to remove bacteria and freshen your breath Flossing A Little Bit of String Goes a Long Way You can floss before or after brushing but it is every bit as important as brushing Flossing gets those areas between the teeth that no toothbrush or rinse can access Without it the risk of bad breath and gum disease increases Many of us have floss in our cupboards but never use it By flossing every day you can keep that nasty plaque from hardening To help build the habit try to brush at the same time every day According to a Johnson Johnson consumer survey of daily flossers most find it

    Original URL path: http://www.nbds.ca/en/e-tooth_care.html (2016-05-01)
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  • NB Dental - Your Child's Teeth - Tooth Care
    Sealants Soda Pop Issues Thumb Sucking Wisdom Teeth Your Child s Diet Oral Health Tooth Care Your Child s Teeth Seniors Oral Health Enhancing Your Smile Dental Emergencies Tooth Troubles Amalgam Fluoride and More You and Your Dentist Dental Patient Bill of Rights What is your Dental IQ Your Child s Teeth Tooth Care Your New Brunswick Dental Society is pleased to provide you with this guide to the ever

    Original URL path: http://www.nbds.ca/en/e-your_childs_teeth.html (2016-05-01)
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  • NB Dental - For Seniors
    Nutrition Tips Oral Health Tooth Care Your Child s Teeth Seniors Oral Health Enhancing Your Smile Dental Emergencies Tooth Troubles Amalgam Fluoride and More You and Your Dentist Dental Patient Bill of Rights What is your Dental IQ Seniors Oral Health As you enter your golden years your oral health concerns change along with your body Here s everything you need to know to keep your smile healthy and bright

    Original URL path: http://www.nbds.ca/en/e-for_seniors.html (2016-05-01)
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  • NB Dental - Enhancing Your Smile
    Oral Health Tooth Care Your Child s Teeth Seniors Oral Health Enhancing Your Smile Dental Emergencies Tooth Troubles Amalgam Fluoride and More You and Your Dentist Dental Patient Bill of Rights What is your Dental IQ Enhancing Your Smile Have you ever wished your smile could be whiter Brighter Less crooked More even Thanks to advances in modern dentistry the smile of your dreams could be a couple of dentist

    Original URL path: http://www.nbds.ca/en/e-enhancing_your_smile.html (2016-05-01)
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