Garden Ridge Dental wants to make sure our community is protected and healthy.

As oral health care professionals we want to assure you that we are committed in every way to the continued health and safety of our patients and staff, especially during the current COVID-19 crisis. Following the Re-Open Saskatchewan plan mandated by Premier Scott Moe, the recommendations of the Chief Medical Officer, and in accordance with the most up-to-date recommendations of the College of Dental Surgeons of Saskatchewan, Garden Ridge Dental has implemented the following protocols:

We provide all hygiene and essential dental services      (please call the office to book an appointment).

Individuals in need of an appointment will be managed in the following manner:

  1. Patients MUST phone the office at which time they will be pre-screened.

  2. Individually scheduled clinic times (during designated clinic hours) will be arranged for patients requiring hygiene and/or dental care.

In addition to our stringent Infection Prevention and Control Protocols, we have implemented additional measures during the COVID-19 pandemic.


Scheduled patients will be asked to:

  • Have their temperature recorded

  • Wash/sanitize their hands upon entering the practice

  • Fill out and sign a short questionnaire

  • Complete a one-minute oral rinse prior to examination

  • Limit/restrict extra family members in the waiting room and treatment rooms.

Door handles, payment terminals, and TV remote controls are being sanitized regularly and/or will have sanitized protective barriers.

Patients and staff will be screened for:

  • Fever

  • Cough

  • Shortness of breath

  • Flu-like symptoms

  • Sore throat

  • Having close personal contact with any individual who is suspected of or confirmed with having the COVID-19 virus

  • Having been tested for COVID-19 where results are confirmed or still being processed

  • Returning from travel (in or outside the province) within the past two weeks

If you are a regular patient of Garden Ridge Dental in need of an appointment, or you are experiencing severe dental pain, facial/jaw swelling or have sustained a trauma involving teeth, jaw and/or mouth, please call the office (306-545-7455)

for further assistance.

last updated: May 25, 2021