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Tom Harle, BSc, DDS, D(Pros), MSc, FICD(C) - Prosthodontic Dental CareTom Harle, BSc, DDS, D(Pros), MSc, FICD(C) - Prosthodontic Dental Care

Referring Dentists

Dr Harle Referring DentistsWelcome and thank you for being a colleague of ours.  Our relationship with you is very important and we appreciate the confidence and trust you place in us when caring for your patients. You can rest assured we will always deliver your patients our highest standard in prosthodontic dental care and always maintain clear transparency between you, ourselves and the patient.

For your convenience and to assist in the referral process, you can now submit a referral form to us directly online. If you prefer, you can also download our referral template and mail or fax a copy to us along with other patient information, files or images.

Dr. Tom J. Harle

Prosthetic Dental Care
414-1335 Carling Avenue
Ottawa, Ontario K1Z 8N8
Phone: (613) 722-8191
Fax: (613) 728-4926
Email: info@tomharle.com


Our Commitment to Your Patients

We will always provide your patients with all the necessary information they need to make informed decisions regarding their oral health, including:

  • A diagnosis, recommended treatment (and alternative options) and prognosis. We will always review the advantages and disadvantages of care, including costs and the risks of delayed or no treatment.
  • The need for future treatment, follow-up and maintenance care.
  • The expectation that they will return to your office for on-going recall dental treatment.

Our Commitment To You

Dr. HarleAs a referring dentist, you can count on us to:

  1. Provide you with a timely report of the diagnosis and proposed treatment.
  2. Review any anticipated general dental care, prior, during or after treatment
  3. In those situations where our office determines the need for dental care outside our specialty, we will confer with you to determine whether the patient’s needs will be met by you or by another specialist and, if the latter, which specialist.
  4. Provide progress reports when treatment has been delayed or interrupted or significantly modified, or in the event that the patient fails to keep the initial consultation appointment.
  5. Forward a final report to you at the end of active treatment with suggestions for maintenance, follow-up or review, and recommendation for further treatment. In addition any records supplied by you will be returned at this time.
  6. If continued follow-up care is anticipated it will be coordinated with your office to avoid duplication of effort.

 

To find out more about the specialty of Prosthodontics visit the following web sites:

Association of Prosthodontists of Ontario:    www.apo-online.org
The Association of Prosthodontists of Canada:    www.prosthodontics.ca

"Appreciated your kindness for letting me observe at your office."

"Thanks for the wonderful job you did on my front teeth. My husband can’t believe how wonderful they look – it certainly makes a big difference."

"It warms the cockles of my heart to see such professionalism and compassion as you demonstrated this morning."

"As you can understand, I am especially pleased that my dental treatment has finally been completed. It has been a long and difficult experience, but made easier because of the caring and compassionate manner that you treated me. Thank you for having provided the highest standard of professional service."

"Thank you so much for the generosity have shown me, it has truly touched my heart."

"Just a little note to express my gratefulness to you and the Lord for the kindness you expressed towards my daughter this summer. I am deeply thankful for your willingness to see and treat her and for the quick referral. You have always treated me and my family with exceptional generosity and thoughtfulness over the years. Not all doctors are so generous. Joy to you."

"I want you to know how much I appreciated your kindness and patience with me (even though it might not have seemed that way at times). I will always remember that it was you, Dr. Harle, that helped me with my denture problems."