In the past, there has been much trauma associated with dental care services, but not anymore.
With the advent of newer, more sophisticated technology and medication, trauma has become a thing of the past with respect to dental services. We undertake the best practices, keeping extensive patient records to understand your medical history and provide easy solutions to your dental needs. You can talk to us about your insurance plan. We will look into it and try to provide you with the best quote possible.
With the Province of Alberta entering Phase 3 of reopening on July 1, 2021, you may know that many of the restrictions and bans will be lifted provincially.
Please be aware that at this time and until further notice, all current safety practices and guidelines regarding COVID-19 will remain in effect at our clinic, as required by the Alberta Dental Association and College (ADA&C)
This means that we will continue to do pre-screening and take non-contact tempratures, and all patients (and staff) must continue to wear masks. Please remember to bring your own mask with you when visting our clinic.
Thank you for helping us keep everyone safe.
We look forward to seeing you all soon!
Do I Have to Brush After Dinner?
Yes. Bacteria can do nasty things to your teeth while you sleep and can cause major damage over time, directing the need for filling and root canal. It is highly advisable to brush after dinner or before going to sleep.
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