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Oral Health Program
Dental Clinic

​The goal of the Primary Health Care Dental Clinics is to improve the oral health of children and youth.  These are children with high levels of dental disease, who are referred to our dental clinics for treatment.

The dental clinic team provides basic preventive and treatment services to children up to age 18, who have limited or no dental coverage.  These services are provided at no charge when provided by the dental clinic team.  The dental team consists of a dental therapist and dental assistant. 

Any child who lives in the Saskatchewan Health Authority, who requires dental treatment and has an inability to pay for services, can be referred to the dental clinics.

Primary Health Care Dental Clinics

  • Do you have a child who is under 18 years of age?
  • Is your child in pain?  Does your child have oral infection?
  • Does your child need dental treatment?
  • Does your child have no dental coverage, or only limited dental coverage?
  • Is it a hardship to pay for dental treatment?

If you have answered "yes" to the above questions, your child may be eligible to receive dental treatment at no charge at the Primary Health Care Dental Clinics.

Call the Oral Health Program at 306-655-4261, or contact us at  Our caring, qualified staff will answer your questions.  



 Healthy teeth help you to chew properly, speak clearly, and smile brightly

Last Modified: Tuesday, November 22, 2022 |
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