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MIC is open Monday to Thursday from 7.30am-5.30pm and Friday 7.30am-5.00pm. Our friendly staff will schedule your appointment as promptly as possible.

Your initial appointment at MIC will consist of a consultation, an explanation of your case, and the treatment options. A complex medical history, detailed examination and any necessary diagnostic tests will allow our doctors to develop an individualised treatment plan.

All financial options will also be discussed prior to any treatment, with procedures being performed at a later visit.

You may assist our team at MIC by providing us with the following information at or before the time of your consultation:

  1. Your referral from a dentist or doctor
  2. Any X-rays you may have
  3. A list of medications you are presently taking


A parent or guardian must accompany patients at the consultation who are under the age of 18 years of age.

A pre-operative consultation and physical examination is mandatory for patients who are to undergo a general anesthesia for surgery.

Please alert the office if you have a medical condition that may be of concern prior to surgery (ie high blood pressure, diabetes, AIDs, hepatitis, artificial heart valves or joints, rheumatic fever etc) or if you are taking any medication (ie heart medications, aspirin, anticoagulant therapy etc)

You may pre-register with our office by filling out our medical history form. The form is available to download, complete and sign. Please bring it with you to your first appointment.


At the first appointment, your surgeon will examine your teeth and determine whether implants are the solution to your dental issues. Often, X-rays are required to determine the state of the jawbone, particularly if the teeth have been lost for some time. This information is necessary to determine if implants will work for you and, if so, what particular type of implant would be best for your situation.


If your dentist or medical practitioner has taken X-rays, you can request that they forward them on to the MIC office. If there is not enough time, please pick up your X-rays and bring them to your appointment.

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