Wentworth Family Dental is always happy to answer any questions you may have. If you cannot find the answer to your question in the list of frequently asked questions below, please do not hesitate to contact us at (403) 217-6453 and we will be happy to help.
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Wentworth Family Dental is pleased to accept almost all insurance plans, and we offer easy, direct billing to your dental insurance company. Since we submit your claim directly to your insurance company (if they support this service), you have fewer out-of-pocket expenses and can be reimbursed faster.
Yes! For your convenience, Wentworth Family Dental is pleased to offer no interest financing, through PayBright Financing, with 0% down, 60 second approval, 85% approval rate, and no early payment penalties.
Yes! Wentworth Family Dental is pleased to offer our patients professional teeth whitening options, both in office treatment and professional take-home kits. In fact, we are happy to offer complimentary teeth whitening with our hygiene program! We are excited to help you achieve the wither, brighter smile you have been dreaming of.
Yes! At Wentworth Family Dental, we are proud to offer services geared towards children and their unique needs, from birth all the way to adolescence. We understand the unique needs and concerns that children have when it comes to visiting the dentist, and we do our very best to create a comfortable and friendly atmosphere for your younger patients. We offer all children under the age of 3 a complimentary “happy visit” general checkup and cleaning.
At Wentworth Family Dental, we follow the recommendations made by the Canadian Dental Association that children have an assessment by a dentist within six months of the eruption of their first tooth, or by one year of age, whichever comes first. If children begin their dental visits at an early age, it starts the road to a lifetime of good oral health and healthy smiles.
Yes! Fluoride is safe for use in toothpaste and mouthwash, and most municipal districts even add small amounts of fluoride to tap water. It is important to note that aside from trace amounts in tap water, fluoride is not meant to be ingested.