Make an appointment with your family dentist in Fort McMurray at Morrison Centre Dental Group today! We provide a variety of dental services including teeth cleaning, fillings, implants, whitening, and oral surgery. Our clinic is located on 201-9914 Morrison St. inside the Morrison Centre, upstairs on the 2nd floor. Free parking is available outside, and the centre is wheelchair accessible and welcoming to everyone. At Morrison Centre Dental Group, we accommodate the whole family, including children – you won't have to travel around to a bunch of different dentists to take care of everyone! Should you be in need of our services, please schedule an appointment today or fill out our eform if you have any questions.
Morrison Centre Dental Group
201-9914 Morrison St
Fort McMurray, AB T9H 4A4
Monday 08:00 AM - 04:00 PM
Tuesday 08:00 AM - 06:00 PM
Wednesday 08:00 AM - 08:00 PM
Thursday 08:00 AM - 06:00 PM
Friday 08:00 AM - 04:00 PM
Saturday - Sunday Closed
Methods of Payment
Direct Insurance Billing is Available
To streamline the payment process, we offer direct insurance billing. This service is much more convenient for patients and allows us to communicate directly with your insurance company. You have enough to do on a daily basis, and we're committed to helping you as much as possible.
Call Us for Dental Emergencies
Emergency service is available; please contact 780-743-3570. We understand that dental emergencies happen unexpectedly, which is why we offer emergency appointments along with extended office hours. If you have a dental emergency, please call our office and then follow these steps before you come in for treatment:
We're available to answer your questions and provide guidance in the event of a dental emergency. Try to get to the dentist as soon as possible, but please do so safely! To prevent the likelihood of a dental emergency, we highly recommend wearing a mouth guard for sports games and activities. You should also avoid chewing on ice and hard foods or candies that can potentially break or chip your teeth. It's always a good idea to keep a dental first aid kit at home, in your car or with you during an outdoor activity like camping or rafting. As the popular saying goes, it's better to be safe than sorry!
Cost of Treatment
The Alberta Dental Association (ADA) publishes a fee guide every year in April. It is a guide, therefore some practitioners may bill above the guide, some below, and some as recommended by the guide. Generally speaking, our practice will charge based on the value of our time and the value of the treatment being provided using the ADA published guide as our primary guide.
Insurance coverage for treatment
Many dental insurance companies will use an older fee (older year) and a fee guide for general dentists, then take a percentage of that amount on which to base their coverage. No dental insurance company performs a dental exam on a patient before determining coverage. A dental exam would in practice determine what a patient’s individual’s needs are. We strive to understand the logic behind what they will and will not cover. It is important to understand and realize that as health care providers, our job is to diagnose and recommend treatment based on our diagnosis(es).