Patients may find dental insurance to be confusing when it comes to what is fully covered and what isn’t. As a rule, dental policies cover the cost of procedures that are considered preventive or routine. Regular exams and cleanings, fillings, crowns, extractions, and other treatments may be funded in full or at least in part by dental policies.
Cosmetic dental procedures, in general, are not covered by dental insurance plans. Therefore, financing or other payment options may be required outside of or in addition to insurance.
We follow the Alberta Dental Fee Guidelines
Ask our dental care team about financing options for procedures not covered by insurance. We provide financing through direct payment plans to our office and also offer payment services through a third-party organization.
Make sure to consult our dental office about financing before undergoing any procedure or treatment so you can choose the best option for your individual payment needs.
- Sun Life Financial
- Green Shield Canada
- Alberta Blue Cross
- Great West Life/ Canada Life
- Industrial Alliance
- Manulife Financial
- Johnston Group
Other Payment Methods
Patients can also pay with cash, by credit card, or CareCredit. CareCredit is a specific credit card designed to pay for healthcare treatments, including dental ones, not covered by insurance.
For more information about insurance and financing, contact your dental care team.