Glenmore Park Dental is a firm advocate for healthy smiles.
Our staff is fully qualified to provide the best care and share tips, tools, and techniques on how to maintain good oral health. Varying backgrounds among our personnel ensure that your teeth get a 360 degree inspection for a happier mouth. Protecting your oral health is our passion.
Born and raised in Winnipeg, Jana completed an honours Zoology degree at the University of Western Ontario. She continued her education in Portland at the Oregon Health and Sciences University. She then completed an Advanced Education in General Dentistry (AEGD) program at the University of Michigan.
Jana and her husband moved to Calgary in 2005. She has been part of the Glenmore Park Dentistry team since 2008. Jana is also a provider of INVISALIGN, Sleep Apnea appliances and Botox. Jana is a proud mom of three busy boys. In her spare time she enjoys exercising, puttering around the yard and spending time with her family and friends.
Jennifer spent her early childhood in the small hamlet of Hay Lakes before moving to the city of Edmonton. She attended the University of Alberta where she first obtained her Bachelor of Science followed by a degree in Doctor of Dental Surgery. After completing her studies, she could finally move to the city she truly loved-Calgary.
In Edmonton, she spent many of her weekends volunteering with the SHINE, providing dental services primarily to youth and patients in need. She has traveled to underserved areas in Ecuador to provide emergency dental care. Dr. Lee loves working in general practice with patients of all ages and is also a certified provider of Invisalign, Botox and dental Implants.
In particular, her passion lies in preventative management of oral health and working in the field of esthetics to enhance her patients’ smiles.
During her spare time, Jennifer loves to spend time golfing, playing volleyball, cooking Korean food and going for hikes with her husband and little havanese dog. Jennifer can also serve her patients in fluent Korean.
Christine earned her Dental Hygiene Degree from the University of Alberta in 2000, and has been a member of the Glenmore Park Dental team since 2002. In addition to direct patient care, she also helps to oversee overall practice management. When not at the clinic, Christine and her husband are kept busy with their two teenage daughters and golden retriever.More
Ashleigh joined the Glenmore Park Dental team after graduating from the Canadian Institute of Dental Hygiene in 2006. With special training in administering nitrous oxide, Ashleigh helps apprehensive patients to stay calm. In her spare time she enjoys hiking in the mountains and many other forms of activity including exercising and spending time with her partner and young daughter.More
Julie has been in dentistry for over 18 years. She began as a dental assistant and her passion for dentistry inspired her to further her education by becoming a dental hygienist, graduating from the Toronto College of Dental Hygiene and auxiliaries in 2007. Julie continues taking university level courses to educate and encourage her patients to maintain good periodontal health. In her spare time she enjoys biking, swimming, and cooking. She is a dedicated mom to her two daughters and son.More
Tina graduated from the University of Alberta in 2001 with her Bachelor of science specialization in Dental Hygiene degree. Tina has special training in administering nitrous oxide and local anesthetic which allows her to tailor appointments to make her clients as comfortable as possible. In her spare time she enjoys cooking, camping and spending time with her partner and two children.More
Renea graduated from SAIT’s dental assisting program in 2003. She spent the first year of her dental career in the dental clinic at the Foothills Hospital, which provides specialized care for medically and physically compromised patients.
Her career at GPD started in 2004. Renea loves providing care to all of her patients, especially pediatric and geriatric. She takes pride in fabricating temporary crowns/bridges, loves assisting in surgeries and orthodontics, treatment planning and educating her patients. She is also trained to administer nitrous oxide sedation (laughing gas) and assist with Botox treatments.
Renea was born in Bosnia and Herzegovina and immigrated to Canada in 1994 during the Balkan war. She speaks fluently in Bosnian, Croatian, and Serbian. She has two daughters and a dog, and she is passionate about dancing (especially Latin). In her leisure time, she also likes to exercise, bike, hike, skate, raft, cook/bake and enjoys watching musical and romantic movies. She loves to travel and experience new and different foods–that’s the Bosnian in her!More
When Shawna is not volunteering with parent council you can usually find her cycling to work at Glenmore Park Dental. Not only is she a dedicated athlete, completing Iron Man triathlons, but also a dedicated mother to her daughter. Shawna graduated from SAIT in 1997, and joined our team in 2010. Currently, she is the Treatment Coordinator of our Implant and Botox Programs.More
Jerilyn joined the Glenmore Park Dental team in 2011. She oversees the coordination and booking of all patient appointments. Jerilyn is also a certified fitness instructor, and enjoys hiking, biking, and generally anything active along with chasing around her young daughter in her leisure time.More
Vivian is a native Calgarian and has been in the dental field for over 20 years. She is a busy mom of 3 boys and enjoys spending time watching and travelling for their sports. She has recently taken up golf and looks forward spending more time on the course with her husband.More
Holly joins Glenmore Park Dental after providing administrative and client services in a variety of industries. She was raised in Kelowna and has called Calgary home since 2006. You will often find Holly out exploring Calgary’s parks with her family, volunteering, or baking up a storm in her kitchen. Holly is the amazing persona behind our social media at GPD.More
Dental services consume a lot of environmental resources, from compressors and vacuums to the plastic barriers needed for infection control.
As people who recycle devotedly in our homes,
we make recycling and resource conservation a top priority in our office—and hope to set an example that inspires other dentistry practices to prioritize environmental responsibility. We recycle absolutely everything we can.
The doctors and staff volunteer for multiple local societies and charities. Giving back to the community is part of the office culture and is recognized and encouraged within the team. The office has donated to fundraisers and auctions that are important to our patients, and we support local businesses when possible. We have supported patient businesses for the creation of graphic designs, printing and installation of the designs for our windows, for cleaning the clinic, and dance classes.
Here’s what to expect at your first visit:
Please bring your dental insurance or benefits information. The details of your dental benefits don’t influence our recommendations for your treatment in any way, but they make it easy for us to bill your insurer directly on your behalf. Please also bring a completed new patient form and consent form.
We only perform treatments for which we’ve received informed consent from our patients. What this means is that we’ll provide a thorough and clear explanation of your recommended treatment and our reasons for recommending it. We’ll also let you know how long the treatment will take, how much it will cost, and what side effects you might experience. Once we’ve answered any questions you may have, it’s your choice whether to decline or consent to the recommended treatment.
We value our patients’ time, so we do our best to stay on schedule. In turn, we ask that our patients arrive on time for their appointments. Please let us know at least two business days in advance if you need to cancel or reschedule. If you fail to show or don’t give sufficient warning to reschedule, you may be charged a fee. If this occurs more on more than one occasion, our office will unfortunately only be able to book you on an emergency basis.
Payment is required at the time when service is provided. We accept debit, cash, Visa and MasterCard. Once you’ve provided your benefits details, we’ll process your claims for you. Your insurance company will reimburse you directly for items for which you have coverage.
**To assist our patients, our office will submit the completed procedure codes to your insurance company.
In the event of an after hours dental emergency, please call the clinic at 403-685-3727 to be informed of the doctor on call.
Here are some common dental emergencies and how to handle them.
First call your dentist. Explain your symptoms and ask to be seen as soon as possible. Then ease the pain. Take an over-the-counter pain medicine that works for you, but do not put the pills on your sore tooth. Hold an ice pack against your face at the spot of the sore tooth.
Do not put a heating pad, a hot water bottle, or any other source of heat on your jaw. Heat will make things worse instead of better.
Broken teeth can almost always be saved. Call your dentist and explain what happened. If it’s a small break, your dentist may use a white filling to fix the tooth. If the break is serious, a root canal may be needed. Your tooth may also need a crown (also called a cap).
If the knocked-out tooth is an adult (or permanent) tooth, your dentist may be able to put it back. You must act quickly. If the tooth is put back in place within 10 minutes, it has a fair chance of taking root again. After 2 hours, the chances are poor.
If the tooth looks clean, put it back in its place (its socket). If this is not possible, or if there’s a chance that the tooth might be swallowed, put it in a container of cold milk. Go to your dentist, or to the nearest dentist, right away. If you get help within ten minutes, there is a fair chance that the tooth will take root again.
If there is bleeding, press down on the part of the mouth that is bleeding. Use a clean cloth to do this. If the lip is swollen, use an ice pack to keep the swelling down. If you are not able to control the bleeding call us. You may need stitches.
First, try using dental floss with a knot tied in it very gently and carefully, to remove the object. Never poke between your teeth with a pin or similar sharp, pointy object; it can cut your gums or scratch the tooth surface. If you can’t get the object out, see your dentist.
Put a piece of softened sugarless chewing gum in the spot where the filling was lost. This will protect the area for a short period of time. See a dentist as soon as possible.