WE are accepting new patients
Our client registration form is now available online.
Please submit the form before you come into the office for your appointment to streamline your time spent in the waiting room.
If you have any questions, contact us during regular office hours at 403-263-4030 or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Q: I don't want anybody to know that I have had my smile done. Will this look natural?
A: While every case is unique, we use special techniques to create the most natural smile possible. A style for your smile will be determined, taking into account your lifestyle, facial proportions, gender, age, complexion, hair and even eye color. Most often patients hear questions like; "Have you changed your hairstyle?" , or "Have you lost weight?". Their friends know that something is different - they just don't know what.
Q: How quickly will I be able to complete my treatment?
A: Most aesthetic procedures, can be completed in as little as one to three visits.
Q: How will my temporaries look?
A: Often the differnce is so dramatic that you will feel as though your new smile is already complete. However, temporaries are just that - temporary. They are not meant to replace natural teeth, and is left in too long, will stain and are susceptible to breakage. It is important for you to come to the final restoration appointment.
Q: How long will my new smile last?
A: Today's materials are actually stronger than natural teeth, and are far more resisitant to wearing and breakage than your natural teeth. With regular checkups and care, your smile should last for many, many years.
Q: How will a new smile change my life?
A: It is not uncommon for patients to cry with joy. Patients tell us they are filled with selfconfidence, they feel more outgoing, and they simply cannot stop smiling. Shy patients are often transformed into social butterfliesl professionals tell us of greater career success; older patients often look and fell decades younger. Sounds impossible but it is true. Think aboiut how a new and improved smile woud change your life...
Q: Will my insurance pay for these procedures?
A: Unfortunately, most dental insurance have a maximum annual benefit. Since insurance companies are in business to make money, they allow only the least expensive possible treatment - not necessarily the treatment that is optimal for your dental health. Most cosmetic treatment is considered elective and not covered by insurance. We will do everything possible to maximize our insurance benfit but be prepared to pay for the treatment with alternative finances.
Q: What are my payment options?
A: Our office accepts cash, debit and credit cards. We also offer third party financing. The financing company allows you to stretch the payments for your new smile out over time, making the payment fir comfortably into your monthly budget.