Queen City Dental

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To book an appointment at one of our two locations, please call us at: 306-775-2737. Our staff will be happy to assist you!

For regular patients of Queen City Dental with a severe dental emergencies during after hours, please call one of the following numbers:

306-570-1901
306-789-8958
306-591-0056

Our office hours are:

Summer Hours
7:30am to 3:30pm (Monday to Friday)
Weekends Closed

Winter Hours
8:00am to 4:30pm (Evenings & Saturdays Available by Appointment)

Cancellations

We understand that there may be occasions that require scheduling changes to your appointments. We reserve time at our office that is dedicated solely to your care, and in order to ensure operational efficiency, we require 24 hours notice for cancellations of appointments. We ask that you give us as much notice as possible if you have to change your appointment time so that we may offer the time to another patient.

Financing

We will assist you as best as we can in financing your visit to our office. We accept cash, cheque, credit or debit.

As a courtesy to our regular patients, we do accept direct assignment from insurance companies via electronic computer submission or mail submission.

However, our professional services are rendered and charged directly to the patient’s account, and the patient or person responsible for the account is responsible for full payment of all fees incurred to the account within sixty (60) days.

Although the dental insurance process can be confusing and frustrating, we are pleased to provide the necessary instruction, direction, and documentation for you to contact the insurance company to satisfy their requirements.

Queen City Dental at Northgate Mall
489 Albert Street North
Regina SK, S4R 3C4
[email protected]
(306) 775-2737
(306) 949-4106

Queen City Dental at North Albert Mall
318 Albert Street North
Regina SK, S4R 2N7
[email protected]
(306) 775-2737
(306) 949-4106

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