At Dimension Dentistry we believe in giving back!
Dental Community involvement is important to us at Dimension Dentistry. Where we work, we live and we play.
Whether it is giving back to the local community of Sundance, Midnapore, Shawnessy, Chaparral, Silverado, Millrise, Evergreen and Bridlewood, Dr. Troy Michelson, Dr. Brent Fairbanks and Dr. Ben Fairbanks strive each day to improve the quality of each and every patient of theirs. They are committed to providing the highest standard of dental care possible; as well have commitment to caring and respecting every patient that walks through the door.
Both Dr. Michelson & Dr. Fairbanks have taken their dedication even further by adopting two (2) dental clinics in rural Rwanda. Both doctors have been involved in donating supplies in Rwanda from dental chairs, instruments, and much more. Both doctors travel to Rwanda up to six weeks each year donating their skills and time to help train and educate dental technicians in Africa. The mission is to educate on preventive care, along with restorative treatment. Prior to the clinics opening tooth extraction was 95%, now with the proper education of preventive and restorative dentistry that number is down to 65% in only a year’s time.
Our in-school programs are a great way for your kids to learn about caring for their teeth and why it is important to have healthy teeth throughout their lifetime.
By providing a fun educational experience for your kids, we are hoping to reduce your nagging time in getting them to brush, floss and eat healthy.
Please let us know if you would like us to arrange an in school visit, or if you have an organized group that would like to take a tour of our office.
2015 Referral Winner
Congratulations to Belinda Hung who won a luxury overnight stay with Dinner and Breakfast at the Azuridge Hotel in Priddis.
2015 Adopt a Family
We are so happy to inform our patients that we provided two families in need with their “wish” lists and more. Thank you to all of our patients who supported us by purchasing “wishes” from our tree. This was an awesome way for us to help “give back”.