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Chinook Centre Dentist

Chinook Centre Dentist

Choose the best Chinook Centre dentist for your family- one who will keep smiles bright and healthy between visits. Chinook Smiles is here for you when you need a thorough cleaning, a routine examination, emergency dental services, restorative dentistry, cosmetic dental, and specialty services, as well. You don’t have to drive to multiple locations to meet all of your family’s smile needs- we offer you more under one roof than most dental clinics:

  • Family Dental
  • 3-month visits
  • Regular polishing and cleaning
  • Fluoride treatments & sealants
  • Pain-free office visits
  • Sedation dentistry
  • Root canal therapy
  • Crowns & bridgework
  • Dental implants
  • Wisdom teeth removal
  • And much more!

Should I Switch Dentists?

It’s not an easy decision whether or not to switch dental care providers, especially if your family has been seeing a specific dentist for any length of time. Before you switch dentists, ask yourself a few simple questions:

  • Is my dentist available for walk-ins and emergency visits?
  • Am I paying too much for dental care?
  • Is my family experiencing positive checkups at the dentist?
  • How convenient is my dentist’s location?
  • Does my dentist offer discounts and family incentives to keep prices low?
  • Does everyone in my family look forward to office visits?

Your answers may surprise you- and they may make you give a second thought to who is taking care of your family’s smiles. If you’re not 100% satisfied with the service you receive at the dentist, consider switching to Chinook Smiles when searching for a new Chinook Centre dentist.

Learn More About Chinook Smiles

Visit our FAQ page to see why we are one of the most popular dentists in the community. There, you’ll find information to help you decide whether we’re the right Chinook Centre dentist to keep your family’s smiles healthy and bright. You’ll discover that we’re open late into the evenings and every other Saturday, as well, that we follow the latest dental fee guideline set forth by the Alberta Dental Association, and that we have simple solutions for patients who experience dental anxiety. Continue to browse our website and see for yourself that we are here to help when you need a new dentist.

Does Chinook Smiles Accept Insurance?

We proudly accept all insurance plans- and we assist with the claim process, so you won’t have to worry about filing paperwork or handling the incidentals. We can direct bill your insurance provider, accept a credit card payment, take a check, or receive a cash payment.

Keep Smiling!

It’s easy to maintain a beautiful, healthy smile at Chinook Smiles. Book a new patient appointment over the phone or through our website, meet with our staff to discuss a treatment plan, and be on time for your office visits- we’ll take care of the rest. For more information, take advantage of free resources on our site, such as the ‘Services’, ‘Blog’, or ‘FAQs’ pages. Don’t hesitate to call our office if you have any questions about our dental practice.

Chinook Centre Dentist
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Chinook Smiles
(403) 252-1404
Suite 408
6455 Macleod Trail SW Calgary AB T2H 0K9

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The intra-oral camera we use in clinic is held like a pen and takes high quality photographs of your teeth and gums. We use these photos to augment our explanations of certain situations within your mouth. With our digital x-rays, intra-oral camera, and 3D imaging, we are able to SHOW and explain to patients exactly where we see the areas of interest and what we will be doing to correct the situation. Our dual computer screens located in every operatory, allow you to sit comfortably while the dentist takes the time to show you the images on the monitor indentures won’t move, slip, or require removal for cleaning as they’ll become just like your regular teeth when in action. You’ll continue to care for you crown or dentures as you would your teeth. With excellent care plaque are present along with traces of food, they produce acids which demineralize the tooth and consequently weaken it. Once the tooth is weakened enough, the bacteria can break through causing cavitation or what is more commonly known as a cavity. When a cavity appears, the tooth is in need of a filling because the tooth cannot repair itself, the site cannot be cleaned, and ther to obtain the clearest images possible. Our digital x-rays provide patients with a lower dose of radiation and an instant image compared to the traditional film. The intra-oral camera we use in clinic is held like a pen and takes high quality photographs of your teeth and gums. We use these photos to augment our explanations of certain situations within your mouth. With our digital x-rays, intra-oral camera, and 3D imaging, we are able to SHOW and explain to patients exactly where we see the areas of interest and what we will be doing to correct the situation. Our dual computer screens located in every operatory, allow you to sit comfortably while the dentist takes the time to show you the images on the monitor indentures won’t move, slip, or require removal for cleaning as they’ll become just like your regular teeth when in action. You’ll continue to care for you crown or dentures as you would your teeth. With excellent care plaque are present along with traces of food, they produce acids which demineralize the tooth and consequently weaken it. Once the tooth is weakened enough, the bacteria can break through causing cavitation or what is more commonly known as a cavity. When a cavity appears, the tooth is in need of a filling because the tooth cannot repair itself, the site cannot be cleaned, and ther to obtain the clearest images possible. Our digital x-rays provide patients with a lower dose of radiation and an instant image compared to the traditional film. 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