Yes, as long as your plan allows it. We are happy to announce that we accept ADSC/Indian Affairs as well.
Yes, we do follow the recommended Alberta Dental Association fee guide for all procedure codes.
Yes, we are open until 7PM Tues-Thurs, and open every Saturday except long weekends.
We recommend you bring your child in within 6 months of the eruption of their first tooth or by the time they are one.
No, we do not have payment plans available. However, we will do our best to work around your budget.
Yes, we do perform wisdom tooth surgery. We will need to first examine and take a panoramic x-ray to determine if you are a good candidate to have them removed here.
We offer two different whitening options- In-house whitening for faster results, or take-home whitening trays. Unfortunately, dental insurance will never cover cosmetic bleaching.
Absolutely! We will do everything we can to see you the same day.
Yes, we do Invisalign and 6-month smile cases at our office. Your dentist will determine if you are a good candidate to have it done here.
Yes, we do recommend you come in regularly to ensure we prevent or catch common dental problems early such as gum disease and tooth decay from forming.
Yes – we recommend dental cleanings for pregnant women at 12 and 24 weeks. Xrays will not be taken unless there is an urgent issue. If you are breast feeding, please continue to see the dentist/hygienist for your regular preventative care.
This depends on the condition of your mouth- it could range from every 3 months to 9 months. On average, we typically see patients once every 6 months.
A crown is a covering or ‘cap’ for your damaged tooth. It restores your tooth to its normal shape, size and function. It is typically recommended for a structurally weak tooth that is at high risk of breaking.
Yes we offer dental implants. We will start with a consultation and 3D image to determine if you are a good candidate.
During your root canal, we will use a local anesthetic to keep you as comfortable as possible during the procedure. Afterwards, some soreness is normal and can be managed using ibuprofen.
Yes, it is completely safe to have x-rays taken on your teeth during your active Orthodontic treatment. It is imperative to regularly come in with braces as they can be a bit tricky to clean!
As a courtesy, we try our best to verify all codes prior to you coming in to avoid any surprises! Some plans such as: Alberta Blue Cross, Greenshield and Canada Life have services available to dental providers to verify your coverage. Unfortunately, some other providers such as: Claims Secure and Co-Operators Life have very strict privacy rules where they will only release this information to the subscriber of the plan, not the dental office. This means it is not always possible for us to verify on your behalf.
Some insurance plans have their own fee guide ex. The Alberta Blue Cross Fee Guide – this is NOT the fee guide set by the Alberta Dental Association and the health minister. They are saying they cover 100% of their fee guide which may be lower than the ADA fee guide.
A dentists first priority is to your health. Your dentist will first present a plan based on your oral health needs which may or may not be covered by your dental plan. Your dentist can do their best to work within your plan when possible.