Dental and Vision Care
Following the most recent direction from government and the Chief Medical Officer of Health, dentists can now provide in-person care for all deferred, non-essential, and elective services, in addition to emergency and urgent care. Learn more here.
If you do not have a regular dentist, leave a message with the Sudbury On-Call Emergency Service Centre at 249-879-1072.
Ontario Seniors Dental Program
Learn how to access free, routine dental care for eligible seniors 65 years or older, through the Ontario Seniors Dental Care Program. The program is designed to support low-income seniors.
Call Public Health Sudbury & Districts at 705-522-9200, ext. 236. Low income seniors can call and a Public Health worker will assist with the application form and help coordinate dental care.
Following the most recent direction from government and the Chief Medical Officer of Health, denturists can now provide in-person care for all deferred, non-essential, and elective services, in addition to emergency and urgent care. Learn more here.
Call your denturist and leave a message. They will ask you for information about your situation and give you advice about next steps.
Effective May 26, 2020, optometrists can begin the gradual return to work providing non-urgent care. Optometrists can see patients for both urgent and non-urgent issues, so long as they follow College of Optometrists of Ontario guidance and recommendations from the Ministry of Health. Learn more about these recommendations. If you already have an optometrist, contact them to see how they can help you and what steps you need to follow. If you do not have an optometrist, you can search the Public Register to find an optometrist in your local area.