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Dr. Piché graduated with distinction from the University Of Saskatchewan College Of Dentistry in 2000 and has been practicing in Regina at Pasqua South Oral Health Clinic since. He is bilingual, being fluent in both English and French. Dr. Piché credits his talented staff to help him better care for his patients. From the moment you walk through the doors of the office, you can feel that Dr. Piché and his staff are passionate about helping clients achieve their dental goals and are dedicated to making your visits to the office enjoyable. Dr. Piché provides all types of general dentistry, including full mouth reconstruction and implant restoration to his patients. He is an active member in the Academy of Osseointegration and the International Team for Implantology and has completed advanced occlusal studies at the Dawson Academy. Dr. Piché also lectures for the Straumann Implant Company.
Dr. Ebenal graduated from the University of Saskatchewan College of Dentistry with great distinction in 2000. Upon graduating, he practiced general family dentistry in the communities of High River, Alberta, as well as Lillooet and Pemberton, British Columbia. In 2007, Dr. Ebenal returned to Saskatchewan to practice at Pasqua South Oral Health Clinic. Dr. Ebenal works with an extended team of hygienists, assistants, and receptionists who are skilled at what they do and work great together. Together with his long-standing, committed team, Dr. Ebenal provides all types of general dentistry, including implant restoration to all the patients of Pasqua South Oral Health Clinic. He also enjoys participating in a variety of volunteer dental projects, which has taken him to such places as Mozambique and Guatemala. He is an active member in the Academy of Osseointegration and the International Team for Implantology.
Dr. Barker began attending the University of Saskatchewan in 2004 where he obtained a Degree in Chemistry while also playing for the Huskie football team. He was then drafted to the Canadian Football League by the Hamilton Tiger-Cats where he played for four years. He then returned to Saskatchewan in 2012 to pursue a degree in dentistry. Dr. Barker grew up in Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan. He comes from a large family with three brothers and two sisters. Dylan’s passion for dentistry started at a young age in large part to his father who currently practises in Moose Jaw. Dentistry is quickly becoming a family affair. Dr. Barker is hardworking and excels in providing clear communication and quality treatment to his patients. Dylan was involved annually in the Mouth Guard Clinic at the College of Dentistry, and particularly enjoyed merging two of his passions: sports and dentistry.