City Square Dental Food Drive & Raffle

Tis the season for giving and as a team we feel it is our responsibility to help those who are less fortunate than us. This year City Square Dental will be collecting food & non-perishable items to drop off at several Toronto shelters for the holidays. We are also having a raffle to win a pair of Toronto raptor tickets. Please bring in 3 items & receive 10 ballots to be entered in our contest. Feel free to drop off your contribute items to the collection. Together we can make someone's holiday season a little brighter. Drop off will at City Square Dental, location at 3660 Hurontario St.Suite 201 Mississauga ON L5B 3C4 or call (289) 521-2555 for more info. Your generosity is appreciated.

City Square Dental Food Drive & Raffle

Tis the season for giving and as a team we feel it is our responsibility to help those who are less fortunate than us. This year City Square Dental will be collecting food & non-perishable items to drop off at several Toronto shelters for the holidays. We are also having a raffle to win a pair of Toronto raptor tickets. Please bring in 3 items & receive 10 ballots to be entered in our contest. Feel free to drop off your contribute items to the collection. Together we can make someone's holiday season a little brighter. Drop off will at City Square Dental, location at 3660 Hurontario St.Suite 201 Mississauga ON L5B 3C4 or call (289) 521-2555 for more info. Your generosity is appreciated.

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Independent reviews for City Square Dental
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\"It\'s normal\"
Dr. Fadi is great. I\'m not so sure about the other dentists there.

I had an extraction performed and not all the tooth/bone was removed. After calling in to get it checked out, they scheduled me for an x-ray for the next day \"just to prove to me that there was no actual bone left\". Next got the x-ray and the dentist kept answering my question of \"what is it?\" with \"It\'s normal\". I was told to keep taking my antibiotic and come back in 6-8 weeks \"if it\'s still bothering me\". He didn\'t even bother to look at my chart.

Antibiotics aren\'t going to stop the pain every time sometime touches the protruding bones. Pain killers aren\'t going to protect my tongue from getting cut.

I\'m going to try talking to them again when my regular high-quality people are in, but the whole situation has left me sour on the wider practice.