Effective immediately there is a mandatory suspension of all non-emergency dental treatment and services.  

Able Dental Group will continue to provide emergency treatment. We will provide telephone access to address patients’.

Emergency dental treatment may include treatment of oral-facial trauma, significant infection, prolonged bleeding or pain which cannot be managed by over-the-counter medications. It is appropriate to provide needed care that if left untreated becomes a more significant burden on our health care resources and significantly compromises patient health.

If you are unsure if you qualify as a dental emergency call 403-327-7227 and speak with one of our dental professionals.

At Able Dental Group, there is no higher priority than the health and wellbeing of our colleagues, clients, and staff. We are closely monitoring the recent outbreak of COVID-19 and are following the recommendations of the WHO and the Canadian government in guiding our actions.
Effective immediately, we are reducing our risk in the following ways: 
  • Encouraging all staff that feel ill or show potential symptoms to work from home, take time to recover as needed, and get tested
  • Practicing proper handwashing hygiene at home and at the office
  • Increasing sanitization and cleaning of our offices, using disinfecting cleaning solutions
  • Implementing a single-use, non-reusable cup policy
  • Respecting our patients’ response plans for the COVID-19 virus, and adapting accordingly
  • Avoiding all non-essential travel
  • Cancellation of attendance at large gatherings
We believe that some of our best resources in these circumstances are information and education. We will continue to stay apprised of the situation, and if you wish to find the latest official correspondence on the pandemic, you can find it all here:
As the situation evolves, we will adjust our actions accordingly. We thank you in advance for your patience and understanding throughout the next few weeks.

Dental Cleanings

You’ll need regular check-ups and cleanings in order to maintain excellent dental health. Having regular cleanings may prevent further problems, such as cavities.

Fillings

If one of your teeth has become damaged, you’ll need to have one of our dentists fill it for you. Fillings keep bacteria from invading the damaged part of the tooth and infecting it.

Sealants

We all have deep grooves in our teeth where plaque and food particles collect. Cavities form easily in these areas, and sometimes regular brushing isn’t enough to prevent them. Sealants cover those grooves and prevent cavities from forming there.

Root Canals

When an infection invades the pulp inside your teeth, you’ll need a root canal. This procedure will prevent the infection from spreading and relieves you from severe pain.

Wisdom Teeth Removal

Wisdom teeth can push all of your other teeth out of their proper places. We’ll extract them for you at any of our dental clinics.

Children’s Services

Children need special attention when they come to the dentist. Our warm, compassionate staff will make your children feel calm, relaxed, and happy.