We are pleased to announce that we are returning to the full provision of dental services, as permitted by the Alberta Dental Association & College.
As always, the health and well-being of our patients, team, and community remain our highest priority. Our goal will be to continue to provide you with exceptional dental care in the warm, caring environment, while at the same time strictly following all COVID-19 enhanced infection protection and prevention protocols established by the ADA&C and Alberta Health Services, including the following:
If you would like to make a dental or hygiene appointment, or if you have any other questions regarding your dental care at our office, please call us and one of our team members would be pleased to assist you in any way we can.Stay safe and healthy everyone!
We have digital X-ray to help use provide our clients safe and convenient options when it comes to their dental care.
We use digital X-rays to help monitor the progress of your dental conditions. You may or may not be required to undergo x-ray exams depending on your teeth but it will help give valuable information that will help the dentist create a dental care or treatment plan.
Dental X-rays are important for many reasons. They can expose hidden tooth decay; reveal a tooth abscess, cyst or tumor; show impacted or extra teeth; and also help determine the condition of dental fillings, tooth crowns, dental bridges and root canals. Dental X-rays can also reveal bone loss from periodontal gum disease, locate tarter buildup, find foreign bodies within the gum or bone, and see if there is enough bone for the placement of dental implants. These are just some of the many reasons why dentists rely on dental X-rays.
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