Nuera Dental Center would like to answer your most frequently asked questions ( FAQs ). If you do not see your question below, please do not hesitate to call us at (403) 228-3088 and we will be happy to assist you.
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Nuera Dental FAQs (Frequently Asked Questions)
Where is Nuera Dental Center located?
A: Nuera Dental Center is conveniently located just outside of downtown Calgary, on 13th Avenue SE, right off of Macleod Trail at the base of the Nuera High-rise building. Our address is 201 13 Avenue SE Calgary, T2G 1Z8.
Where is the parking located at Nuera Dental Center?
A: Nuera Dental Center is pleased to provide free parking on 14th Ave. SE and 1st St. SE (dedicated parking for Nuera Dental Center patients). Please do not purchase the ticket. Simply provide us with your license plate number when you check-in.
Does Nuera Dental Center accept new patients?
A: Yes! Nuera Dental Center is always accepting new patients. Please call us at (403) 228-3088 to book your appointment and collect your free electronic toothbrush with all adult new-patient exams, X-Ray and hygiene cleanings.
Does Nuera Dental Center accept children?
A: Yes! Nuera Dental Center is pleased to offer dental services for patients of ALL ages! We understand the importance of a stress-free dental experience for young patients in particular, and we strive to make this experience truly enjoyable. We provide complimentary check-ups for all children under the age of 3 (“happy visits”). Please call us at (403) 228-3088 to book your appointment!
Is Nuera Dental Center open evenings and weekends?
A: Yes! Nuera Dental Center is pleased to offer evening appointments every Tuesday. We are also open Fridays and Saturdays by appointment only.
Do you bill my insurance company directly for my visit?
A: Yes! For your convenience, Nuera Dental Center accepts all national insurance plans, and we are pleased to offer Direct Billing (also called Assignment of Benefits), which means that we file your insurance claim electronically, if your insurance company permits, and you will pay only the remaining balance, if there is any.