Your Frequently Asked Dental Questions answered by our trusted red deer dentists

Why choose our office?

Our staff is eager to provide comprehensive dental care in a friendly, stress-free environment. Our convenient hours make it easy to arrange an appointment to fit your schedule, and we direct bill your insurance plan so you only pay what is not covered. We look forward to meeting you! You can learn more about our team of dentists here.

Why is it necessary to have regular dental cleanings and check-ups if I have no pain?

By performing regular dental check-ups and cleanings, we can help you prevent many larger problems, thus saving you money in the long run. The longer treatment is postponed, the worse the problem will become. Regular cleanings and check-ups will also help to improve and maintain your overall health. Cancer screenings of the mouth are also an important part of your regular visits to our office.

How often should I get my teeth cleaned professionally?

We evaluate each patient on an individual basis and recommend the best maintenance plan to improve and maintain your oral health; however, if it has been a year or more since your last dental cleaning, then you are most likely overdue and we recommend you make an appointment. We would love to see you.

What are the benefits of having a fluoride treatment?

Fluoride treatments, along with daily homecare, help to strengthen your enamel and decrease dental decay and sensitivity. We recommend fluoride treatment as a good preventative measure on an individual basis.

I have sensitive teeth, what should I do?

The first step would be to come in for a teeth cleaning and check-up to determine the cause of the sensitivity. Sensitivity may be a sign of shrinking gums, which exposes the root surfaces and makes your teeth sensitive to cold, hot and sweet foods. People who grind their teeth can also have sensitive teeth. Depending on the cause, we will recommend a treatment that is best suited to you.

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