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Global Dent

At Global Dent, we take pride in being members of ASEQ, SSNA, and IFHP, and we are committed to
providing high-quality dental care and access to essential services to all the communities we serve.

ASEQ's Dental Network

Global Dent, our trusted dental clinic, is part of the prestigious ASEQ group! As a member of ASEQ's Dentistry Network, we are committed to providing exceptional benefits to our patients. With us, you can enjoy additional discounts on your visits to our clinic. Furthermore, rest assured that our prices align with the rates established in the provincial oral and dental procedures guide, as required by the ASEQ Network.


Coverage provided abroad under the
Interim Federal Health Program IFHP


If you have been selected to resettle in Canada as a refugee or if you are eligible for the Economic Mobility Pilot Project, IFHP will cover a range of essential medical services, including dental care. Global Dent is proud to be a part of this program and to provide high-quality dental care services to IFHP beneficiaries.

IFHP cares about your well-being, just like we do. We hope to become your trusted choice for your dental needs and work together to maintain your dental health in excellent condition. Welcome to Global Dent and the Interim Federal Health Program!

Dental Benefits for First Nations and Inuit:
Non-Insured Health Benefits NIHB

It is an honor for us at Global Dent to be a part of the Non-Insured Health Benefits (NIHB), which provides dental care coverage to eligible First Nations and recognized Inuit members. This initiative, which came into effect on February 1, 2023, aims to provide medically necessary services that are not covered by private insurance, provincial or territorial health plans, or social programs.

As an integral part of the NIHB program, we take pride in offering a wide range of high-quality dental care services. We understand the importance of maintaining optimal oral health and are committed to providing the best possible dental care to our First Nations and Inuit patients.

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