Health From Home

We’re in this together, even though we’re apart. You’ve probably heard that a few times since March. Throughout all of this we have adapted, and guided our members—the dentists and dental offices in the province—on a framework for continued care.

In accordance with government guidelines we have prepared a plan to “re-open” dentistry beginning May 4.

Our plan is methodical and cautious. We will be implementing a careful, phased-in approach to welcome you back to your dental healthcare family. Your safety is our utmost priority.

MEDIA ADVISORY: Re-Open Dentistry Plan

Welcoming you Back

Dentist’s offices will be open again starting May 4.

Prepared with Protocols

Our plan is methodical and cautious.

Safety is our Priority

We will be implementing a careful, phased-in approach to welcome you back to your dental healthcare family.

Trusted Public Health Resources

Click for the most up to date provincial and federal health guidelines, restrictions and public health orders from the Saskatchewan Health Authority and Health Canada.

Saskatchewan Health Authority

Learn about COVID-19 symptoms, assessment site information, and access to mental health resources. Click for the latest updates from the province.

Health Canada

See details about COVID-19 from the Government of Canada. Find answers to questions about your health and prevention, as well as federal programs in response to the pandemic.

Stay Smart – Do Your Part

These simple measures are proven effective in reducing your risk of transmitting or contracting COVID-19.
Do your part to avoid being infected, or infecting others.

Socialize only with your family members. Do not have guests over or visit friends or family and avoid any large gatherings. Designate one person in your home to shop and have them go to the store only when you need essentials.
Physically stay at least 6 feet (2m) away from people whom you don’t share a house with. Avoid gatherings, public spaces, and buildings and work from home if possible.
Wash your hands frequently throughout the day and avoid touching your face at all times. Scrub with warm water and soap for at least 20 seconds.
Always cough or sneeze into your elbow or a tissue. If you have a cough and it could be related to COVID-19, you must follow provincial guidelines.
Wearing a non-medical mask won’t protect you but it is an additional measure that can protect those around you. Click for further information including instructions on how to make your own.

Assessing Your Risk

Lung Disease? Cancer? Diabetes? Heart Disease? Over 65?

If you are over 60 or have any underlying health conditions you may be at a higher risk for contracting or becoming ill from the coronavirus. By following the simple proven measures above, you can reduce the risk of contracting COVID-19 for you and your family.



Oral Health At Home

Nothing can replace the treatment and preventative dental care you get from your dentist. But, it’s important you pay close attention to your oral healthcare routine while unable to see your dentist in person. Watch these quick videos to see the proper technique.