Patient and Reception Area
Watch TV while you wait for your family members during their appointments.
Children’s play area and Video game centre
Your children can enjoy themselves in our play area during your appointment or before or after their own appointments.
Private Consultation Room
Discuss your treatment or financial options in our private consultation room. Patients can view digital pictures of their mouth and learn about their treatment options. Financial issues can be discussed with our treatment coordinator in privacy.
Watch cable television or listen to music while we do your dental work. Our treatment rooms are computerized so that we can digitize pictures of your teeth, book your next appointment, and print insurance forms or photos if necessary before you leave and go to the check out and account desk.
Check out / Account desk
Have you ever finished a long dental appointment and then stood in front of a desk for 10 dizzying minutes while a receptionist entered your insurance information into a computer and then asked you to book your next appointment? Patients now sit at our check-out/ account desk. Their insurance form is ready for them when they arrive at the desk and their next appointment is already booked. Sign your insurance form, swipe your credit/debit card, and you are ready to leave
We use the sterilization methods recommended by the Alberta Dental Association. Instruments are put through a commercial, high temperature washer and then sterilized in a steam autoclave. Many other items are disposable and removed by Calgary Mediwaste. Our autoclaves are regularly monitored by the University of Alberta to ensure their efficacy.
Panoramic X-Ray Machine
A panoramic x-ray is an excellent screening x-ray because it shows your entire upper and lower jaw as well as all of your teeth. The panoramic x-ray will often detect hidden problems such as abscessed teeth, cysts & tumors around impacted wisdom teeth, or missing adult teeth in children well before symptoms arise. If you have impacted wisdom teeth (under the gum), it is important to look at these teeth every five years or so to check for developing cysts or tumors.