Dr. Lon Riemer
#231, 7 St. Anne Street
St. Albert, AB T8N 2X4

We are happy to confirm our dental office re-opening as of May 19th along with Alberta’s Phase 1 relaunch. We hope that you and your loved ones have been keeping well through these past few months. We can now resume booking appointments for our full scope of dental needs. Infection control has always been a top priority for our practice, but there are several changes you will see in our clinic specific to the COVID-19 pandemic.

A few examples are:

  • Our office will communicate with you upon booking to ask some COVID-related screening questions, which you will again confirm by way of a consent form when you are in the office. You will be asked to contact us to reschedule if you are experiencing any new COVID-related symptoms.
  • You will be asked to perform hand-hygiene and put on a mask when you arrive.
  • Our appointments will be staggered to allow for social distancing between clients.
  • Your treatment provider will be wearing additional PPE items as required for certain procedures.

We look forward to seeing you again and are happy to answer any questions you may have about the steps we are taking to keep everyone safe in our practice. To make an appointment, please call our office number (587-200-7028) or fill out the appointment request page on our website.


Preventative and restorative dentistry services in St. Albert, Alberta.

We want to take the stress out of coming to the dentist. That’s why our number one focus is on delivering quality dental care while ensuring your comfort and satisfaction. As a St. Albert Dentist, your whole family can access a wide range of dental procedures in a comfortable and relaxing environment.

As a dentist in St. Albert, Dr. Lon Riemer offers patients a variety of preventative and restorative family dentistry services. Whether you are looking for a family dentist to care for your child or you need a solution for a damaged or decayed tooth, Dr. Riemer is here for you. We have a team of experienced dental professionals who provide reliable care for all ages.

child brushing her teeth with a smileLOOKING FOR A ST. ALBERT DENTIST?

If you are looking for a dentist in St. Albert, AB consider visiting the office of Dr. Lon Riemer. We enjoy starting children on a path of proper oral health and are pleased to treat patients of all ages. We are a family dental clinic. Our staff understands the specific dental care needs of babies, toddlers, teenagers, adults and seniors; and we are here to customize a unique plan for you and your loved ones. From routine cleanings to dental implants, we offer a wide variety of services designed to promote the health of your teeth and gums. Routine visits to the dentist can also help prevent heart disease. Keep reading to see how we make visiting the dentist easy for you.

Directions to our Office

Easy To Access Our dental office is conveniently located at #231, 7 St. Anne Street in St. Albert. If you are coming from Northwest Edmonton we’re really easy to find, you just follow St. Albert Trail and exit at St. Anne.

Schedule an Appointment

Easy To Make Appointments It’s easy to make a dentist appointment! You can use our online form to request an appointment and we’ll confirm by email or text. That way you don’t have to worry about taking time out of your busy schedule to make phone calls.

Easy To Remember

If you have a difficult time keeping track of dates, no worries. Our patients can receive an email reminder of their appointment 4 days ahead and/or a text message reminder the day before their appointment. We also notify our clients by sending them an email reminder for annual services such as dental cleaning. For a welcoming and comfortable dental office in St. Albert who can take care of your whole family’s dental needs under one roof, think Dr. Lon A. Riemer. New patients are always welcome at our St. Albert clinic. Come and visit us today!

What It Means When Your Gums Are Bleeding and How to Treat Them

March 29, 2017

The health of your gums is important to the state of your overall oral health. If you notice that your gums are bleeding, then it may be a sign that they need a bit more care and attention. It can be a little alarming to experience bleeding gums, but Dr. Lon Riemer wants you to know that there’s no reason to panic. Once you get down to the bottom of why your gums are bleeding, it will be possible to take the correct steps to stop it. (more…)

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