If you any questions about dental fees, please be sure to contact us. Our Administration team will be happy to answer any questions you may have. Click the image below to download the latest Alberta Dental Association Abbreviated Dental Fee Guide to see the cost of the most common dental procedures.
* some exceptions may apply
Dental care should be available to everyone, regardless of finances and at Midpark Dental, we offer dental financing options and accept direct payment from your dental insurance policy.
Midpark Dental offers direct billing as long as the policyholders Benefit Provider will allow us and as long as we have an active credit card number on file to cover any unpaid balances. In some cases, assignment of benefits will not be permitted due to balance on account issues. Also, there are a few policies which will not permit the benefits to be assigned to the dental office and will only forward payment to the patient; we require payment at the time of treatment in these instances.
We are here to help you understand how your dental insurance can help cover the cost of our dental fees. However, we are unable to know exactly what every patient’s dental benefits will pay. We will do our best to provide you with an estimated patient portion, but it is the responsibility of the patient to know the details of their insurance plan and to inform us when changes occur to the plan, what is covered by the policy and who is covered under the policy.
Please be aware that due to privacy laws, we are not able to access information on your behalf from your insurance provider. It is helpful if you have a booklet or form with these details to bring to your appointment.
Pre-determination is an estimate that has been submitted to your dental insurance prior to treatment. Estimates for your treatment are based on the most recent information we have on file. If you’re concerned about exactly what costs you’ll be responsible for, simply ask about our ‘Pre-Determination.’
A Pre-Determination provides you the exact cost of the treatment. Upon request, we will submit this information to your insurance provider before completing any treatment. While this may delay your treatment, you will know exactly what (if any) out-of-pocket costs you may be required to pay. We ask that you please provide us with your estimate so that we can help you understand your treatment.
We do require payment in full for your patient portion at the time of treatment. We accept MasterCard, Visa, and Interac (Debit).
We are also pleased to offer financing options; if you are interested in financing your dental treatment, then please contact us to learn more.