Below, we have gathered information to addresses many of the questions and challenges that we know members have. If you have further questions or are seeking more information, call the ADA&C reception at 780-432-1012 to be redirected appropriately. Returning Traveler Guidance for Health Professionals: If you or your staff have you returned from travel anywhere […]
The Dental Fee Guides are a helpful tool to increase transparency of dental costs and procedures. The Fee Guide is a recommended guide and not a mandatory fee structure. Dentists set the fees they charge on services based on their individual dental practice. The Fee Guide can help you compare prices so you can choose […]
2021 Alberta Dental Fee Guides and Requests for Dental Records
The document is the Standard of Practice, and the Guide for core competency profile and educational requirements for the administration by dentists of Schedule 1 drugs such as neuromodulators (e.g. Botulinum toxin type A), dermal fillers, other agents (injected and/or topical), and adjunctive non-surgical and/or surgical therapies used to provide comprehensive therapeutic and esthetic oral and maxillofacial treatment […]
The Alberta Dental Association & College (ADA&C) produces an annual suggested fee guide for dentists in Alberta. The 2020 Alberta Dental Fee Guide will go into effect Jan 1, 2020. Click here for the Alberta Dental Fee Guide for General Dentists & Specialists, the Abbreviated Dental Fee Guide and FAQs.
The Alberta Dental Association & College (ADA&C) produces an annual suggested fee guide for dentists in Alberta. The 2021 Alberta Dental Fee Guide will go into effect Jan 1, 2021. Click here for the Alberta Dental Fee Guide for General Dentists & Specialists, the Abbreviated Dental Fee Guide and FAQs.
Dentists are focused on providing you with individual care to support your dental and overall health. Understanding how those costs are established will help you make the best decisions for your health. The costs related to operating a dental office are the dentist’s responsibility. For dentists, these costs include capital costs, rent, dental instruments, staff […]
This section reviews the bylaws, legislation and standards of practice to regulate dentists in the province of Alberta. Bylaws ADA&C Bylaws Continuing Education Continuing Education Program Requirements Code of Ethics The ADA&C Code of Ethics is a set of principles of professional conduct that governs all registered dentists (generalists and specialists) and establishes the expectations for dentists in […]