Unit 100 9803-101 Ave., Grande Prairie, AB T8V 0X6

Preventive Dental Care

  • Migraine Pain Prevention

    Access Dental can help by customizing a small, comfortable, custom mouthpiece that can help prevent you from clenching your teeth while you sleep. Splint Therapy Are you suffering from migraines or tension headaches? Then you know just how painful and debilitating they can be. What if we told you there is a cost-effective, drug-free option that you can use to help reduce or avoid these painful symptoms altogether? Access Dental ca...
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  • Teeth Cleaning

    Access Dental offers comprehensive general dentistry services to help maintain your oral health. We believe in prevention first. Your at-home oral health routine in combination with regular visits to your dental hygienist is your best defense against dental health issues.  Oral Hygiene Do you brush twice a day? Do you floss at least once daily? If you’re not, you should be! Good oral hygiene is essential for keeping your mouth hea...
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  • Teeth Whitening

    The team at Access Dental in Grande Prairie may recommend professional teeth whitening to patients with severely stained or discoloured teeth.  Restore Your Smile Let’s be honest — our smiles look their best when they are polished. Unfortunately, consuming many of our favourite foods and drinks can dull your pearly whites easily with ugly stains — but don’t worry! Our dentists offer professional whitening services to restore the c...
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  • TMJ Therapy

    At Access Dental, we can help get you some relief from jaw pain and tightness with Temporomandibular Joint Disorder (TMD) therapy. Relief From Aches & Pains Do you suffer from unexplained pain in your ears, neck, and shoulders? It might surprise you to learn that these aches and pains are caused by the temporomandibular joint (TMJ) which connects your jaw to your skull. You can actually feel it if you place your finger in fron...
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  • Flossing can help remove food particles and other substances that can be missed with brushing alone. I recommend my patients floss at least once a day, along with regular brushing at least twice a day.
    - Dr. Perica Nonkovic