LiUNA Local 183 Trust Administration

1263 Wilson Avenue - Suite 205 East Wing
Toronto, ON M3M 3G2

Office Hours:

  • 8:30am - 4:30pm(Monday / Tuesday / Thursday / Friday)
  • 8:30am - 9:00pm (Wednesday)
  • 7:00am - 12:00pm (Saturday)

Member Services Call Centre Hours:

  • 7:30am - 5:30pm(Monday / Tuesday / Thursday / Friday)
  • 7:30am - 9:00pm (Wednesday)
  • 7:00am - 12:00pm (Saturday)

Contact Numbers:

  • Toll Free:1-888-790-3534
  • Member Services:416-240-7487
  • General Phone:416-240-7480
  • Fax:416-240-7488
  • Member Family Assistance Plan: 1-888-462-8047
  • Disability Management Services:416-240-2104


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You and your eligible dependents are covered for charges up to the benefit maximum as follows:

  • Oral examinations, prophylaxis (light scaling and polishing of teeth), and bite-wing X-rays, up to once every 6 months.
  • Scaling, root planing or occlusal equilibration (limited to 8 units per calendar year for all procedures combined).
  • Fluoride treatment for the maintenance of sound natural teeth (dependent children age 16 or younger).
  • Dental X-rays (full mouth series of X-rays or Panoramic X-ray once every 24 months).
  • Complete exams covered once in every 24 months.
  • Fillings, including porcelain fillings on all teeth and surfaces.
  • Oral surgery and extractions for the removal of teeth, including the excision of impacted wisdom teeth.
  • Anesthesia and its administration when made necessary due to a dental procedure.
  • Space maintainers and pre-fabricated full coverage restorations for primary teeth.
  • Repair, relining or rebasing of dentures.
  • Repair or re-cementing of crowns, inlays, onlays or bridges. 
  • Periodontal treatment for disease of the bone and gums of the mouth, including tissue grafts, bone grafts and occlusal guards, but not athletic guards. 
  • Endodontic treatment, including initial root canal therapy and pulp conservation and root resection.
  • Root canal once per lifetime per tooth.
  • Scaling and cleaning of teeth may be done by a licensed dental hygienist.
  • Fee for the root canal has been reduced by 1/2 of the fee paid for pulpectomy.