Commitment To Quality

We are committed to providing affordable, quality dental care solutions to all of our patients.

Affordable Dental Care

We follow the Alberta Dental Fee Guide and offer payment plans to make dental care more affordable.

Direct Insurance Billing

We deal with the insurance company so there’s no hassle and no payment due at treatment.

Free Consultations

Come in and have your questions answered for no charge and with no obligation.

General & Preventive Care

We are a family-friendly dentistry with a variety of comprehensive dental care solutions for patients of all ages.

Dental Emergency?

Dental emergencies can arise at any time and for a multitude of reasons. If you are experiencing a dental emergency, please don’t hesitate to call our office. Emergency walk-ins welcome.

Sedation Options

One of our top priorities is to make our patients feel as comfortable as possible. We offer sedation options to help patients with dental anxiety ease their fears for a more relaxing treatment.

WORKING HOURS

Monday
7am to 3pm
Tuesday
7am to 3pm
Wednesday
7am to 3pm
Thursday
7am to 3pm
Friday
7am to 3pm
Saturday
Closed
Sunday
Closed

What to do in case of a dental emergency?

If you believe you’re experiencing a dental emergency, remember that quick evaluation and treatment is very important. Please don’t hesitate to contact our office. One of our friendly and informed team members will give you instructions on what to do next.

Experiencing A Dental Emergency?

Dental emergencies can happen at any time for a multitude of reasons. Some dental emergencies may need immediate treatment, while others can hold until regular office hours. Regardless, it is important to understand what kind of injuries require emergency dental care, as well as what to do when they occur. Our experienced dental team is here to help in cases where dental problems may need immediate care.

Dental emergencies can include cases of extreme pain in the gums or teeth, a traumatic dental injury, a dental abscess or infection, excessive bleeding in the gums, a broken tooth, extreme tooth sensitivity, teeth that have been knocked out or simply fall out on their own, or other factors.