Calgary, Canada

General Dentistry in NW Calgary

At our core we are a family dental practice. We are located in NW Calgary and provide all facets of general family dentistry with the philosophy that the best dentistry is no dentistry. Our focus is on education and prevention and taking the long view for your oral health.


We provide both conventional orthodontics (metal brackets and wires) and Invisalign clear aligner trays, and we also have a talented group of orthodontists that we work closely with when orthodontic treatment is more complex.

Teeth that are in their right places look better, work better and last longer, and there are several reasons why this is so. Your smile sends a message to the world and we believe that there is beauty in imperfection.  However for some people, orthodontics plays an important and conservative role in improving the appearance of their smile.


The gums and bones supporting your teeth are vulnerable to infection and inflammation, which can cause gum disease and even tooth loss. Inflammation affects your whole body. and can play a role in heart disease. diabetes. hypertension and other serious health issues. We help you protect your health and your smile with regular cleaning and maintenance from our periodontal team.


Calgary is situated in the province of Alberta in Canada. Just at the union of the Bow River and the Elbow River in the south of the province. This is an area of foothills and prairies located about 50 miles east of the Canadian Rockies. In 2016, Calgary had a population of 1,239,220, making it the largest city of the province, and Canada’s 3rd largest municipality.

The economy of Calgary is well diversified with activities in a number of huge manufacturing industries. The Calgary CMA (census metropolitan area) has the second largest number of corporate offices. It also has more millionaires per capita than any other major city in Canada.

In 1988 Calgary hosted the Winter Olympic Games, becoming the first Canadian city to do so. It is a city that offers a consistently high quality of life, and was ranked for eight consecutive years by Economist Intelligence Unit as the fifth most livable city in the world.

The city has a number of attractions featuring beautiful restaurants and bars, a couple of cultural venues, public squares and shops. Tourist attractions include the Calgary Zoo, the Chinatown District and the Calgary Tower amongst others.
The area downtown also has an urban park known as Prince’s Island Park. This area is of the city’s densest and most active area. Amongst the attractions in this district is 17 Avenue, a place known for its many bars and its vivid nightlife. It also has a lot of restaurants and shopping venues.
Other attractions especially on the west side of the city include the Heritage Park Historical Village. This village features historic vehicles like steam trains, electric streetcars and paddle steamers. The area comprises replica and historic buildings.
There is a lot to do in Calgary, with over 8,000 hectares of parkland available for recreational use. Nose Hill Park is of the biggest parks in Canada at 2,790 acres. It has been going through a revitalization plan which started in 2006.

The oldest park is called the Central Memorial Park, dating all the way back to 1911. It has also received a facelift in 2008-2009 and was re-opened to the public in 2010. These parks are connected by a 500-mile pathway system to each other and to various of the nearby neighborhoods.

Because of its nearness to the Rocky Mountains, Calgary has been a destination of choice for winter sports. It is home to a number sporting facilities for sports such as luge, downhill skiing, snowboarding, and ski jumping, amongst others.