Company Details

Cosmetic Dentistry Grants Program

  • Cosmetic Dentistry Grants Program logo
  • Cosmetic Dentistry Grants Program Summary

    Cosmetic Dentistry Grants Program has initiated a resolution for compaint 252424 on .

    Information about Cosmetic Dentistry Grants Program was first submitted to Scambook on Aug 31, 2011. Since then the page has accumulated 14 consumer complaints. On average users reported $2889.29 of damages. Scambook's investigation team reached out to this company a total of 1 times, Scambook Investigators last contacted them on Mar 01, 2013.

  • Company Information

  • Address:
    • 2300 Yonge St
    • Suite 2002
    • Toronto ON M4P 1E4
  • Website:
  • Phone:(866) 670-6579
  • Additional Employees: No known Employees
  • Outdated Info? Add company information suggestion

Company Rating


Company Statistics

  • Complaints Unresolved
    14
  • Unresolved Reported Damage $40,450.00
 
 

Thank you for submitting information suggestions.
We will review your suggestions and update the company profile if necessary.

Complaint Submission Activity

This company currently does not have enough data for the current sort criteria.

Search Activity

For 30 days

This company currently does not have enough data for the current sort criteria.

    The Cosmetic Dentistry Grants (CDG) Program is owned and operated by the Oral Aesthetic Advocacy Group Inc, (OAAG) a research, information and funding organization founded in 2010 by dental practitioners and industry professionals. The fundamental mission of our Organization is founded in the belief that everyone deserves a confident, healthy smile. We advance our mission by way of our community gift-giving program, Cosmetic Dentistry Grants, which provides up to $1 Million in funding grants each year for cosmetic and dental implant dentistry procedures that help people improve their self confidence, overall oral health and general aesthetic appearance. The CDG program is a not-for-profit organization, however the dentists who are affiliated with the program do pay a fee for each patient they are referred. It is only through this fee that the organization is able to issue grants, promote its advocacy programs, run media campaigns and sustain the program itself. Participating dentists understand that not every patient referred to their practice will follow through with their recommended treatment plan or will becoming a recurring patient. Occasionally a practice must even deal with the frustration of patient "no-shows", and even with no guarantees our dentists remain committed to their work of transforming people's smiles. Additionally, the Organization creates and supports programs that foster a positive relationship between dentists, their patients and their local communities.

    Recent Complaints

    Do you have a complaint?

    Add a complaint and spread the word. High volume complaints have a better chance to get their money back. Submit a report and join forces with others like you!

    Submit a Report Now

    Location of Complaints