Faculty and Staff

Dental Services for Faculty and Staff

York Lanes Dental Office also accommodates York University Faculty and Staff. We are conveniently located in York Lanes Mall, and are welcoming Faculty and Staff to join our dental office.

Faculty and Staff

Faculty and Staff

Services for Faculty and Staff

We offer a wide range of services for faculty and staff, as well as their family members. Learn more about our services:

We also offer sedation options if you have anxiety during your visits to the dentist. Learn more about our sedation options >>

Faculty and Staff Dental Plans

As a York University Faculty or Staff you may be entitled to benefits according to your benefits plan. Read more about your options on the Employee Portal.

If you desire services that are not included in your York University Faculty and Staff dental plan, we offer flexible financing options for your treatment. Read more about our financial options>>

Convenient Hours

We know that you and your family are busy! This is why we offer convenient hours, open on evenings and weekends, to keep you smiling. You can visit us for emergency services between classes, or come on your day off and bring the whole family in for a cleaning.

Contact our office to book an appointment.

FAQ

What is a Comprehensive Oral Exam?

A COE is like a physical for your head and neck. It is a thorough evaluation and documentation of your teeth, gums, jaw bones, lymph nodes, and jaw joints. It is the foundation of the routine check-up. Your course of treatment is determined as a result of this exam.

What is a Recare Exam?

A recare is exam is the check-up which determines any changes since the previous COE.

Why do I need to have x-rays?

Digital x-rays show areas not visible to the eye.

How often do I need to have a COE?

A COE is recommended every 3-5 years depending on your history. Your dentist will determine what is right for you.

Can I just have a cleaning without a exam?

Yes, it is possible to have your teeth cleaned without having a check-up, but it is recommended that you see the dentist for a check-up every 6-9 months to catch problems early.