We Accept Patients for the New Canada Dental Care Plan (CDCP)!

The Canadian Dental Care Plan (CDCP) is a government program intended to help ease financial barriers to accessing oral health care for eligible Canadian residents.

To be eligible for the program, you must meet the following criteria:

  • have filed your tax return in the previous year
  • an adjusted family net income of less than $90,000
  • no access to private dental insurance
  • be a Canadian resident for tax purposes

We Are Proud to Follow the 2024 Alberta Fee Guide

With Alberta having the highest dental costs in Canada, you deserve to know what you’re paying for when it comes to your dental care. That’s why we at Sierra Dental are proud to follow Alberta’s ADA Fee Guide, which is a comprehensive resource that breaks down the cost of each and every dental procedure.

With the Alberta Fee Guide, you can easily compare the prices for dental care in Alberta and know that we are not only the best dentists for you and your family but also the fairest and most honest. So don’t wait any longer – get informed and get smiling!

What To Expect At Midpark Dental

From the moment you walk into our Southeast Calgary Dental office to the time you enter our treatment rooms, we create a welcoming and friendly environment. We want you to feel as if you are part of our extended family.

To ensure that your first visit at Midpark Dental is pleasant, comfortable, and efficient as possible, there are a few things we recommend you complete before coming into the office.

Request An Appointment

You can request an appointment by filling out our online form here. One of the team members from the administrative team will follow up with you to confirm your appointment.

You can also call our office directly at (403) 201-7999 to book your appointment.

Request An Appointment

Your First Appointment

Regular dental examinations are very important for every member of your family!

New dental patients receive a thorough examination with Dr. Alina Drosu, General Dentist. She will check for the early signs of gum disease, eroded fillings, TMJ concerns, tooth decay, oral cancer screening, as well as problems with your occlusion (bite).

You may also want to discuss how they can enhance your smile as we have many options for you to consider!