Learn More About Day Dental
and Your Appointment

Are you accepting new patients?

Yes! New patients are always welcome at Day Dental—no referral needed. If you have any questions before your first appointment, please contact us at (403) 227-0228.

What should I bring to my first visit?

Please ensure that you bring your dental insurance cards along with your plan details. Our office administrators will do their best to help you understand your coverage details and whether your plan allows for the assignment of benefits.

Are families welcome?

Yes! Day Dental offers Innisfail Family Dentistry to provide you and your entire family with the care and education they need for a lifetime of healthy smiles.

Day Dental accepts patients of all ages. We take pride in creating a friendly, gentle and comfortable atmosphere for our young patients because we believe that visiting the dentist can and should be an enjoyable experience. Our team of dental providers aim to create trusting relationships with your child because the experiences your child has with their dentist at an early age impacts how they will view dental care as an adult. Studies show that children who have positive dental experiences tend to visit their dentist on a regular basis into adulthood.

Day Dental invites you to tour our Innisfail Family Dentistry practice and meet our dental team before you make your initial appointment. We want you to be confident in your choice to make Day Dental your Innisfail Family Dentist right from the start.

Why are regular check-ups important?

Day Dental provides Innisfail Family dentistry services such as routine cleanings, examinations and fluoride treatments. Regular dental appointments can identify problems early before they become more serious. In addition to our comprehensive dental examination, we use digital x-rays of the teeth and surrounding bone to diagnose cavities and any underlying concerns that could be developing beyond the naked eye.

We are trained to help you keep your teeth healthy and your smile bright between visits! Our dental team will give you tips and recommendations on brushing, flossing and rinsing to prevent plaque and tooth decay.

Do you treat dental emergencies?

Absolutely! Dental emergencies often come without warning and can be a very stressful time for everyone involved. If someone in your family experiences a dental emergency, please contact us as soon as possible, and we will do our best to determine the best course of action to help them. We offer same-day emergency appointments because providing you with pain relief is one of our top priorities.

What types of dental services are offered at Day Dental?
Will you accept payment from my insurance company?

Dental insurance benefits are used to help our patients cover some or all of the cost associated with their dental care. At Day Dental, we offer the convenience of direct billing to your insurance. Not all dental insurance plans are the same which makes it important for you to understand your specific plan details before your appointment with us. Most dental plans cover some, but not all of the cost of your dental care. The dental fees billed at Day Dental for our services are the usual and customary fees charged to all our patients, whether you have dental insurance or not. Your particular policy may cover treatments and services at a fixed fee schedule, which typically does not coincide with our usual fees. In these cases, here the difference in fees not covered by your insurance company becomes your responsibility to pay and will be invoiced to you once we receive payment from your dental plan.

My teeth feel fine, do I still need to see the dentist?

Yes. Most cavities do not cause pain. Usually if your teeth are hurting, then the small problem has turned into a big problem.

I’m pregnant/breastfeeding, should/can I see the dentist?

Yes! On top of all the other demands and anticipation of being pregnant, keeping your mouth healthy can require more attention than before. Many dental problems flair up during pregnancy due to the changing hormones and stress involved. It is very important and safe to keep up with your cleanings, check-ups, and dental work while you are pregnant. And congratulations in advance on your new family member!

If I have braces, do I still need to see my dentist for checkups?

Absolutely! In fact, when you have braces, it can be even harder to keep your teeth clean due to the added hardware in your mouth. This makes it more likely to develop cavities if checkups and cleanings are neglected at this time.

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