8th Street Dental Team

Meet the 8th Street Dental Team

Thank you for considering 8th Street Dental as your Airdrie Family and General Dentist. We are here for you, and your family’s dental needs and ALL new dental patients are always welcome! 8th Street Dental is a brand new general and family dentistry practice located in SW Airdrie, Alberta in the new Midtown Plaza, directly across from Tim Horton’s. Our office is easily accessible, with free parking and convenient extended hours as well as after-hours emergency services. We are open six days a week, so feel free to call us!

At 8th Street Dental – We Love New Patients!

We accept new dental patients without the need for a referral and look forward to the privilege of being your Airdrie Dental Health provider. We are dedicated to providing your entire family quality care. If you are a new patient, please download and complete our new patient package to help facilitate your intake. Should you have any questions, please contact us at (403) 980-1847, and our administration team will be happy to assist you.

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What to Expect at Your First Visit

To ensure that your first visit at 8th Street Dental is pleasant and as comfortable as possible, our team creates a welcoming environment from the moment you walk into our office and are greeted by our administrative team, to the time you enter our treatment rooms. We want you to feel as if you are part of our extended family.

We value your time and will always try to keep your visit as efficient as possible, ensuring that it starts on time and ends on time. We also follow up with you after your visit for you to provide us with your valuable feedback.

Regular dental examinations are very important for every member of your family! New dental patients receive a thorough examination by Dr. Rahul Mathur as he checks for the early signs of gum disease, eroded fillings, TMJ concerns, tooth decay, oral cancer screening, as well as problems with your occlusion (bite).

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What To Bring to Your First Visit

Please bring your insurance information, including information on your plan details. We will do our best to help you understand your coverage information including your annual and lifetime maximums and whether your plan allows for the assignment of benefits.

Your health and safety are important to us. We will collect a detailed health history from you in order to determine if there are any risks for treatment. In addition, please bring a list of medications you may be taking, including prescription and non-prescription medications to your visit.

If you have x-rays’ from a previous dentist, you can have them released to our office. We will ask you to sign a release form in order for us to obtain them under the Health Information Act of Alberta.