Dental Implants: Restoring Your Smile with Confidence

If you’re missing one or more teeth, you may be considering different options to restore your smile and regain your confidence. Dental implants are an excellent solution that offers many advantages over conventional treatments. It’s common to have questions about dental implants, including their versatility for single or multiple missing teeth, their long-term success rate, and immediate load implant options. Dental implants are a versatile restorative option that can be used for single or multiple missing teeth. For a single

Sugar and Tooth Decay: What You Need to Know

Many of us have been told since childhood to avoid sugary foods and drinks to prevent cavities. But just how does sugar contribute to tooth decay, and is it the only cause? In this blog, we’ll explore these questions to help you better understand the relationship between sugar and cavities. Does Sugar Cause Cavities? In short, yes, sugar is a major contributor to tooth decay. When we eat foods containing sugar, such as candy, soda, or even fruit juice, the

Continuing COVID-19 Safety Strategies in 2022: What to Expect At Your Preston Dental Visit

Dear Patients of Preston Dental Centre, We know many of you have questions about the Public Health mandate changes surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic. We want to assure you that Preston Dental Centre will continue to do everything in our power to keep patients and staff safe. We know that the relaxation of the mandates does not mean an end to the pandemic, or the danger COVID-19 presents to our population.  As such, most our COVID-19 prevention measures will stay in


Wondering about orthodontic options? Clear aligners might be for you!

Did you know that the position of your teeth and jaw is critical to the function of your bite? When your top and bottom teeth do not fit together correctly, it can make chewing some foods difficult and may cause teeth to wear down over time. Many people have overcrowded teeth which can make hygiene more difficult to maintain and can lead to cavities and gum disease. There are a variety of orthodontic options available to solve bite issues, including

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Our New Normal and Continuing COVID-19 Safety Strategies

The COVID-19 pandemic has been a difficult time for many people physically, financially, and emotionally. It has been a time of incredible change that none of us could have predicted. We are grateful to our staff who have worked hard to ensure our COVID-19 protocols are followed and to our patients for supporting our policies. As most of you know, we are keeping our COVID-19 prevention measures in place. As the pandemic continues to evolve, we work hard each day


Here’s how we’re making safety a priority at Preston Dental Centre during Covid-19

The Covid-19 global pandemic has raised many concerns for dental office patients and staff. Like so many in our industry, we have followed the guidance and recommendations of our government and global health leaders to ensure the safety of patients and staff. Now, one year into the pandemic, we are confident that the measures we have implemented and continue to follow are working to keep our clinic setting safe for all. Prior to arriving at our office, all patients must


Welcome to our new website!!

After many months of preparation, our new website has launched!!  If you’re reading this, then welcome to our new site!! We are so excited to offer our patients this resource, as we’ve added a vast collection of patient information pages and exciting interactive tools. This site will be a useful resource for anyone interested in oral health care information, diagnostics, hygiene and dental procedures and treatments. It will also provide a guide for our patients as they proceed through treatment

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Patient Update: Phase 1 Re-opening of Preston Dental Centre

Dear PDC patient,  As you may know, dental services are included in Phase 1 of the Re-open Saskatchewan plan as per the Saskatchewan Health Authority (SHA). Therefore, we are able to expand our services beyond our current emergency services model. While we continue to have some limitations to our treatment options, we are booking appointments. Our goal at this time is to ensure that patients are made comfortable and have their dental concerns addressed.  As we begin to broaden our


Patient Update

Dear Preston Dental Centre patient, I hope this email finds you healthy and staying well during this period of isolation. Due to Covid-19, Preston Dental Centre has significantly reduced our services. We continue to offer emergency services and consults on a case by case basis. As well, we are available to answer questions about your dental care and any concerns via phone or email. Please feel free to contact our office at 306-343-5566 or email: If you require care