Our Blackfalds Dentists

We are a competent team of dentists and specialists who completely understand your busy life. You should never sacrifice the importance of quality dental care. That’s why here at Blackfalds Dental Centre all specialists are under one roof, ready to serve your dental needs and desires. Our blackfalds dental practice is based on the highest dentistry standards and new technologies which reflect on beautiful and healthy smiles of our clients in blackfalds.
We believe customized, affordable dental care creates happier smiles- we think you’ll agree!

Dr Ramez Salti Dentist Toronto

Dr. Ramez Salti

Dentist HBSc, MBA, DDS, FCOI, IV certified

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Dr Ramez Salti Dentist Toronto

Dr. Ramez Salti

Dentist HBSc, MBA, DDS, FCOI, IV certified
Dr. Salti Bio
Dr Ramez Salti Dentist Toronto

Dr. Ramez Salti

Dentist HBSc, MBA, DDS, FCOI, IV certified

Dr. Salti Bio

Dr Ramez Salti Dentist Toronto

Dr. Ramez Salti

Dentist HBSc, MBA, DDS, FCOI, IV certified
Dr. Salti Bio

Dental Care for Refugees

Keeping your smile healthy and happy is the main priority of the team at the Blackfalds Dental Centre. Our family dental practice serving Blackfalds, Lacombe, Red Deer and the surrounding area provides comprehensive dental services and uncompromising care. Our office is wheelchair-friendly, and we are home to a number of benefits, including:

New patients are always welcome to become part of our dental family
Evening appointments are available to accommodate your busy schedule
Direct billing is happily accepted at our office

According to the Government of Canada website, the IFHP will cover some medical services. The services not requiring prior approval include:

  • EmergencyExams
  • BitewingX-Rays
  • Fillings
  • Bonding
  • Extractions

For a full list of benefits as well as payment rules, please click here.

Check your eligibility here.

Gum Disease Treatment in Blackfalds
Gum Disease Treatment in Blackfalds
Gum Disease Treatment in Blackfalds
Gum Disease Treatment in Blackfalds

Bond Street Dental News

Study investigates the relationship between implant dentistry and nicotine use
A 2020 study examined the relationship between nicotine use and implant dentistry to investigate whether smokers are more at risk of peri-implant diseases. The results showed that the more cigarettes smoked, the greater the risk of implant failure.
Dental implants typically last for ten years with minimal bone loss. After ten years, the risks of peri-implant bone loss and implant failure rise. However, the risks are more significant for smokers. So, if you’re a smoker and want to get implants, it’s about time you considered kicking the habit. For more information on the effects of smoking on dental implants, you should consult a reputed dental implant provider in Toronto.  Read more
Study investigates the relationship between implant dentistry and nicotine use
A 2020 study examined the relationship between nicotine use and implant dentistry to investigate whether smokers are more at risk of peri-implant diseases. The results showed that the more cigarettes smoked, the greater the risk of implant failure.
Dental implants typically last for ten years with minimal bone loss. After ten years, the risks of peri-implant bone loss and implant failure rise. However, the risks are more significant for smokers. So, if you’re a smoker and want to get implants, it’s about time you considered kicking the habit. For more information on the effects of smoking on dental implants, you should consult a reputed dental implant provider in Toronto.  Read more
Study investigates the relationship between implant dentistry and nicotine use
A 2020 study examined the relationship between nicotine use and implant dentistry to investigate whether smokers are more at risk of peri-implant diseases. The results showed that the more cigarettes smoked, the greater the risk of implant failure.
Dental implants typically last for ten years with minimal bone loss. After ten years, the risks of peri-implant bone loss and implant failure rise. However, the risks are more significant for smokers. So, if you’re a smoker and want to get implants, it’s about time you considered kicking the habit. For more information on the effects of smoking on dental implants, you should consult a reputed dental implant provider in Toronto.  Read more
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