Laser Treatments

When you think of the dentist, do you think of a tooth drill? At our Grande Prairie Dental practice, our dentists offer waterlase laser dental services.


Waterlase MD

At Access Dental, one of our top priorities is patient comfort. Our team understands the importance of creating a pleasant experience for each of our patients, and the technology we use in our office reflects our commitment to that experience.

The powerful, targeted spray of atomized water and air eradicates decay and diseased tissue without heat or friction, so patients enjoy comfortable dental care that takes considerably less time to complete.

Benefits of the Waterlase MD laser?

Patients that fear visiting the dentist often attribute needles, drills, or lingering numbness as the aspects of oral healthcare that can cause anxiety. With Waterlase MD, patients often require no needles before the treatment and a water laser is used instead of a traditional drill.

Through Waterlase MD, Dr. Nonkovic is able to perform most cavity preparations without the use of an anesthetic or a drill. Patients often return to their normal routine quickly as the mouth is not typically frozen for the procedure. 

Waterlase MD can help preserve more of your natural tooth and healthy soft tissue, as it actively seeks out decayed tissue without disturbing the healthy areas of your teeth and gums.

Our patients love how efficient, comfortable, and quick their appointments are with the help of Waterlase MD.  


Experience the Difference Yourself

If you are interested in learning more about how the minimally invasive Waterlase MD dental laser can benefit you, contact our team today.

We look forward to providing you and your family with a comfortable, drill-free alternative to treat your common oral health concerns. 

Our friendly dental practice in Grand Prairie warmly welcomes patients from all over our community and surrounding areas.

Dental laser treatment, Grande Prairie Dentist

Ask our dentist about Waterlase MD during your next appointment. Book with us today.

  • Poor oral hygiene can lead to dental problems such as gum disease and bone loss, so we recommend visiting us for regular checkups and cleanings.
    - The Access Dental Team