Just moved to Northwest Calgary? It’s important to look for a new dentist!

Let’s talk about tips to choosing your next family dentist in Calgary NW.

  1. Gather recommendations.

The best way to start looking for a dentist is through referrals. Family and friends are great resources. Patients have unique dental care needs and having many loyal patients is proof that a dental clinic is doing a great job providing customized services. If you are new to the city, talk to your previous dentist if they know dental professionals near your new home.

Once you already have a list of dental offices, you can start your research on each of them.

  1.  Look into accessibility.

Inquire about the dental office’s practice hours. It would be beneficial to sign up with a dental clinic with a schedule that’s favorable for you. Should anyone in the family need urgent assistance, you’ll want to be sure that the clinic would be able to accommodate you.

Apart from the practice hours, another important factor to look into is the location of the clinic. Traveling to your dentist in NW Calgary should be easy to accommodate in your schedule.

  1.  Visit the dental clinic.

Take time to visit the dental office and meet the staff. If you have children, ask if the team also provides dentistry services for them.  Treating children is special so you’ll want a team that’s fully experienced when it comes to dealing with young patients.

Looking after your family’s oral health requires teamwork between you and the dental  team. It’s important that you and your family feel comfortable with the dental team.

As much as possible, you’ll want routine dental checkups to feel as though you are seeing a family friend.

Choosing a new family dentist in Calgary NW can feel overwhelming.  However, once you’ve found a dental team that genuinely cares, you’ll feel more confident about your family’s oral health. You know you’re working with dental professionals that you can trust.

Meet our team at Beacon Smiles Dental.  Here in our dental office, we treat our patients as family.