Dental Clinic in Airdrie

We have our friendly staff waiting to meet you! We always welcome walk-ins, especially in a dental emergency.

We care about more than just your teeth.

At Yankee Valley Dental Clinic we understand that there are many barriers for patients when it comes to visiting the dentist. Our mission is to reduce these barriers to make your visit the kind of experience that you always wished it to be. This is why we direct bill, follow the 2021 Alberta Dental Association Fee Guide, and are open on evenings and weekends. We have caring staff who are here to listen to your concerns and provide a comfortable environment.

We offer dentistry to patients of all ages, putting the utmost importance in the quality of work that we provide.

This includes an enthusiastic and cheerful first experience for your little ones! We have evening and weekend hours as we understand that our patients have busy schedules.

We sincerely hope to see you to help with your dental needs!

Yankee Valley Dental is all about making it easy to go to the dentist. This is why we are focused on reducing the barriers to having a dental positive dental experience.  We are happy to announce that Yankee Valley Dental follows the latest Alberta fee guide.

Why Choose Our Airdrie Dental Clinic?

We follow the 2021 Alberta Dentists Fee guide, making dental treatment more affordable for our patients. Our office offers direct insurance billing, which means that at the end of your appointment, you are only responsible for paying the part of the treatment that your dental insurance is not covering.

We never want there to be surprises for our patients. Our friendly staff will help you look into your dental insurance plan to better understand your dental coverage prior to treatment.

We also understand that life is busy, and that taking time off work is not always an option. We have evening and weekend hours to accommodate patients after work and school.

The Extra Touch

Airdrie Dentist Dr. Parsa will always give out her personal phone number after extractions, dental implants, or root canal therapy. She also wants her patients to be able to get a hold of her if there is even small a chance that they will be in pain over the weekend. At Yankee Valley Dental, we want to ensure that our patients are never left without the care of a dental professional.

Where is your dental clinic located and when are you open?2024-05-03T08:45:08-06:00

We’re located at:
#108 960 Yankee Valley Blvd SE
Airdrie, AB T4A 2E4

Our hours of operation are:
Monday: 9 am – 7 pm
Tues: 9 am – 7:30 pm
Wed: 9 am – 7:30 pm
Thursday: 9 am – 7 pm
Friday: 9 am – 3 pm
Saturday: 9:30 am – 3:30 pm
Sunday: Closed

Do you offer direct billing for your dental services?2024-05-03T08:45:45-06:00

Yes. We’re happy to direct bill your insurance provider. We can also communicate with your provider about your coverage before your visit so you can ensure you’re prepared to cover any out-of-pocket costs.

Can I request an appointment on your website, or should I call?2024-05-03T10:27:53-06:00

You can call us at 403-980-5588 or request an appointment via our website. Our team will get back to you as soon as possible.

What payment options do you accept?2024-05-03T08:46:29-06:00

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.

Do you offer emergency dental services in your dental clinic?2024-05-03T10:28:21-06:00

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

Is Yankee Valley Dental accepting new patients?2024-05-03T08:47:02-06:00

Yes, we’re always happy to welcome new patients.

What should I expect at my first appointment?2024-05-03T08:47:18-06:00

Your first appointment typically takes between 30 and 45 minutes and includes a thorough examination of your teeth, jaw, bite, gums, and oral tissues. If necessary, it may also include a thorough cleaning and polishing.

What should I bring to my first dental appointment?2024-05-03T08:47:42-06:00

Please arrive at your first appointment a list of any current medications (prescription and over-the-counter), your medical history, and your insurance information.

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