October 22, 2018
by David Giles, Global News
People in Saskatoon facing financial barriers to dental care now have a new option.
Four students nearing completion of their four-year dentistry program at the University of Saskatchewan are opening Direct Dental.
“We want to be able to address any barriers patients might have to oral health, and connect them with resources,” said Christopher Bertsch, one of the student’s behind the initiative.
The walk-in clinic will provide emergency dental care for uninsured people or those who otherwise could not afford it.
“We are focused on delivering treatment for dental issues that are causing pain for the patient but, more importantly, in addition to our clinical services this program will provide advice and education on how to maintain oral health,” said Kristen Kezar, another student behind the clinic.
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