Comprehensive general dentistry for the whole family, in a relaxed and friendly environment

8th Street Dental | SW Airdrie Dentist in Midtown Plaza


At 8th Street Dental, our goal is to provide you and your family with quality dental care in a friendly and professional environment. With our team approach to dental care, Dr. Rahul Mathur and his dental team of hygienists, assistants, and dental administrators work together to meet your oral health needs. Our Team stays up-to-date with the latest dental technology and continuing education.

Dr. Rahul Mathur is a general dentist in Airdrie 8th Street Dental Clinic conveniently located at 201-1 Midtown Blvd SW, across from Tim Horton’s in the new Midtown Plaza in SW Airdrie. Our General Dental practice offers Family Dentistry, General Dental Services, and Dentistry for Children. We also provide Cosmetic (Restorative) Dentistry, Emergency Dentistry, Orthodontic Dentistry, Dental Implants, Root Canal Therapy, and Wisdom Teeth Extraction. All Dental procedures are completed by our General Airdrie Dentist, Dr. Rahul Mathur.

A Family Friendly Dentist in Airdrie.

At 8th Street Dental, we are pleased to offer our patients the convenience of Direct Insurance Billing and offer Evening and Weekend hours to meet the needs of your busy lifestyle. Our Airdrie Dentist Dr. Rahul Mathur and his team understand that every patient has specific needs and that these needs cannot always be met through a standardized approach. We strive to provide both comprehensive and friendly care welcoming your suggestions on how we can make your dental visit more comfortable.

Offering Comprehensive Family & General Dentistry Services:

Frequently Asked Questions

Q) Where is your dental clinic located, and what are your hours of operation?

A) We are located at 201-1 Midtown Blvd SW Airdrie, AB, T4B 4E7.

  • Monday: 8 am – 3 pm
  • Tues: 9 am – 7 pm
  • Wed: 9:30 am – 7 pm
  • Thursday: 9:30 am – 7 pm
  • Friday: 8 am – 3 pm
  • Saturday: 8 am – 3 pm
  • Sunday: Closed

Q) Can I request a dental appointment on your website or call?

A) You can call us at 403-980-1847 or request an appointment via our website. Our team will get back to you as soon as possible.

Q) Is Airdrie 8th Street Dental accepting new patients?

A) Yes! Airdrie 8th Street Dental is always accepting new patients. We look forward to seeing you soon!

Q) What type of payment options do you accept?

A) We accept various payment options for your convenience, including insurance plans, major credit cards, and flexible financing options. Our goal is to make quality dental care accessible and affordable for all our patients.

Q) Do you offer emergency dental services?

A) Yes, we understand that dental emergencies can happen unexpectedly. That’s why we offer emergency dental services to address urgent dental issues promptly. If you’re experiencing a dental emergency, please contact our clinic immediately for assistance.

Learn more about our emergency dental services here.

Q) What should I bring to my first dental appointment, and how long will it take?

A) Please provide a list of all current prescriptions (if any) and pertinent medical history, including any current issues or prior oral surgery or dental work, as well as any insurance information.

A dental appointment typically lasts between 30 and 45 minutes. To evaluate the growth and development of your teeth, you can anticipate a thorough examination of the following:

  • Teeth
  • Jaws
  • Bites
  • Gums
  • Oral tissues.If necessary, a cleaning might be done before polishing the teeth and removing plaque, tartar, and surface stains.

Q) Do you offer direct billing?

A) Yes, we offer direct billing as long as the Benefit Provider enables us and has a valid credit card number to cover overdue balances. Sometimes, benefit assignments are not allowed due to account balance issues. Some policies will not allow benefits to be allocated to the dental office and will only send payment to the patient. In these examples, we require payment at the time of treatment.

Q) Which costs can be covered by dental insurance?

A) The patient is responsible for knowing and understanding their insurance plan and notifying us if any policy changes occur, what the policy covers, and who it insures

Also, please note that because of privacy laws, we cannot procure information from your insurance provider on your behalf. Therefore, having a pamphlet or form with this information for your appointment will be beneficial.