Below are some frequently asked questions (FAQs) to help you learn more about Canyon Dental Centre. If you do not see the answer to your question below, please do not hesitate to contact us at (403) 225-1991 and we will be happy to assist you.
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Yes. For your convenience, Canyon Dental Centre is open until 7pm Tues-Thurs, and open every Saturday, except long weekends.
Canyon Dental Centre recommends that you bring your child in within 6 months of the eruption of their first tooth, or by the age of one, whichever comes first.
At this time, Canyon Dental Centre does not have payment plans available. However, we will do our best to work around your budget.
Yes. Canyon Dental Centre is pleased to offer tooth extractions and wisdom teeth extractions. 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.
Yes! Canyon Dental Centre is pleased to offer two different teeth whitening options. In-house teeth whitening for faster results, or take-home teeth whitening trays you can do in the privacy and convenience of your own home. Unfortunately, dental insurance does not cover cosmetic bleaching.
Yes. Canyon Dental Centre recommends that you come in regularly to ensure we prevent or catch common dental problems early on, such as gum disease and tooth decay from forming.
Yes. Canyon Dental Centre recommends dental cleanings for pregnant women at 12 and 24 weeks. X-Rays will not be taken unless there is an urgent issue. If you are breastfeeding, please continue to see the dentist/hygienist for your regular preventative care.
This depends on the condition of your mouth. It could range anywhere from every 3 months to every 9 months. On average, we typically see patients once every 4-6 months. Your dentist will determine what schedule is best for you, based on your circumstances.
A dental 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. 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, Green Shield, Co-Operators and Canada Life have services available to dental providers to verify your coverage. Unfortunately, some other providers such as Claims Secure 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.
A dentist’s first priority is 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 whenever possible.