The Oklahoma City Doctors

Meet Your Dentists

Grand Dental Studio dentist, Dr. Michael KirkDr. Michael Kirk

Dr. Kirk was born in southeastern Oklahoma, grew up in Tulsa, and has lived in Oklahoma City for the past 25 years.

"The absolute best part about being a dentist is the opportunity to really get to know those we serve. The relationships that I have been fortunate enough to develop with my patients over the past 15 or so years are priceless."

"Balance is important to me. Living a healthy lifestyle, spending time with my wife, daughter, and two young sons, and taking time to be grateful are part of my daily routine."

"Being outdoors whether doing yard work, enjoying an afternoon football game, or fishing a mountain stream is a big part of who I am. When I designed our office, installing large windows with a Zen garden view in every treatment room was the first order of business.”
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An Outstanding Education

"Education is a continual process of learning. I am constantly learning new techniques and expanding my training. I am always asking questions and looking at old problems in new ways."

  • Fellowship Certificate in Dental Implants –ICOI 1999
  • Dental Implantology Certificate-University of Texas 1997
  • DDS-University of Oklahoma 1993
  • BS-University of Oklahoma 1988


Oklahoma City dentist, Dr, Dan McNairDr. Dan McNair

Dr. McNair was born and grew up in Little Rock, AR. He has lived in Edmond for the past twelve years.

“The most important skill in any relationship is listening. I take the time to get to know my patients; I want to understand their goals and their concerns. I strive to maximize patients’ comfort while helping them to achieve healthy smiles.”

“Outside of the dental office, I love spending time with my wife Amy and our three children: Drew, Elise, and Lucas. I enjoy learning about anything and everything, taking long walks, studying Tae Kwon Do, programming computers, and making music.”

An Outstanding Education

“One of my favorite aspects of the dental field is that there are always new concepts to study and new techniques to perfect. As a dentist, the trouble isn't in finding new things to learn. It's in not stepping on them when you get out of bed in the morning! I am committed to continuing education; I want to provide my patients with the highest quality of dental care available.”

  • BS, Ouachita Baptist University (Summa Cum Laude) 2004
  • DDS, University of Oklahoma 2008
  • Dawson Academy