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Committed to Making Dental Care More Affordable
Family Dentist in NE Calgary
Delivering Smiles On Your Budget
We are your NE Calgary, AB dentist, providing quality patient care in a welcoming and compassionate environment. At London Square Dental, we know that when you look great, you feel great – which is why our goal is to make your dream of a beautiful smile become a reality. To make your stay enjoyable with us, we prefer a patient approach to keep you comfortable. Our team of qualified dentists can perform a complete range of procedures to enhance and restore the appearance of your smile. Contact our office to schedule a consultation today!
Open 7 Days A Week
Same-Day Appointments Available
Our Child Hygiene Program
We welcome patients of all ages, including young children just starting to get full teeth! Our pediatric hygiene program includes parents, caregivers and siblings. We aim to build an educational and trusting relationship between dentist, hygienist, parent and child. We focus on earning your and your child’s trust and providing quality treatment from a gentle, skilled dental team.
Our Child Hygiene Program
We welcome patients of all ages, including the little ones who are just beginning to develop a complete set of teeth! Our child hygiene program includes parents, caregivers, and siblings. We aim to build an educational and trusting relationship between the dentist, hygienist, parent, and child. We focus on earning the trust of both you and your child and giving them quality treatment from a gentle and experienced dental team.
Did You Know?
We Offer Direct Billing To Insurance
At London Square Dental, we offer various financing options to meet your budget and needs. Along with direct billing to insurance, we also provide various financial and government payment plans. Call us at (403) 291-4945 to learn more!
Emergency Walk-Ins Welcome
Same-Day Emergency Dental Care In Calgary
Are you experiencing a dental emergency? Don’t worry! Our team at London Square Dental is ready to address your concerns at any time. We welcome same-day emergency walk-ins and appointments to give you quality dental care when you need it. Give us a call at (403) 291-4945 to book an appointment today!
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Your NE Calgary Dentist
Find The Ideal Treatment For Your Smile!
Our team of educated dentists offers a broad range of dental treatments, whether you need a routine check-up and cleaning or a dental implant. We can solve any dental problem! At London Square Dental, we provide services to fit the needs of all our patients, no matter their age. Our primary goal is to create a unique treatment plan to suit your individual needs and budget while providing quality dental care. Let us give you the smile you deserve! Call or visit us today in NE Calgary.
Our Office Hours
Additional Treatment Options
London Square Dental provides a wide range of dental services to patients of all ages. Our dental services include anxiety-free dentistry, general dentistry, gum disease & bad breath, cosmetic care, orthodontics, restorative dentistry, additional care, children’s care and urgent dental care.
Questions & Answers
Frequently Asked Questions
These are the most frequently asked questions we get at London Square Dental. If you don’t see your question here, feel free to give us a call (403) 291-4945 and we will do our best to alleviate any problem!
Your child should receive their first dental check-up and exam at least six months after their first tooth erupts – or by the time they’re one year old. To safeguard their overall dental health, your child should see a dentist before a problem with their teeth arises, so they can prevent any oral complications or infections as they grow up.
A root canal is a budget-friendly treatment, where a dentist will remove the infected tissue, also known as the pulp, from the crown and roots of a tooth. Many people believe it’s a painful treatment; however, they are painless due to the local anesthesia used before the procedure. After the dentist removes the pulp, your tooth is cleaned and sealed with a temporary or permanent filling.
There are many unpredictable reasons why your tooth may get knocked out – whether there’s an accident involving the face or you play contact sports. As dental professionals call it, an’ avulsed tooth’ is the kind of tooth that gets wholly dislodged from its socket. When this happens, it’s best to get treatment from your dentist as soon as possible. Here are some first-aid tips to help you if your tooth gets knocked out:
- To lessen the damage of an avulsed tooth, get a handkerchief and clean it. Afterwards, bite it down to apply pressure to your jaw.
- Do not make contact with your tooth that has been knocked out to prevent further infection. Instead, rinse it with tap water to cleanse the dirt.
- To elevate the chance of saving your teeth, keep them in contact with your jaw because this will allow your teeth to stay in their most natural state.
- Contact a dentist in Calgary immediately to help you with your avulsed tooth.
Your gums may start bleeding if there’s a plaque buildup – this usually only happens due to poor oral hygiene. If you aren’t brushing or flossing regularly, the plaque on your teeth and gums will stick, meaning it will turn into something called tartar. Poor oral hygiene leads to more serious dental concerns, such as periodontal disease or gingivitis, which can be another contributing factor to your bleeding gums.
There are four main components of a tooth: cementum, enamel, dentin, and pulp. Your enamel is the hardest tissue in the human body and plays a significant role in protecting your overall dental health. When the enamel gets worn down, it can no longer protect the other tooth components, leaving you susceptible to bacteria and infections like periodontal disease or gingivitis. The most common cause of tooth sensitivity to cold is exposed nerve roots, which happens due to receding gums or gum disease – as the pulp is left exposed.