Dr Brian Meyer, General Dentist
Dr Brian was raised an hour east of Saskatoon in the town of Humboldt where he was very active playing basketball and baseball. His lifetime passion is fishing, and spent many summer and winter days with his father out on a lake trying to catch “the big one.”
Dr Meyer has always had an interest in healthcare and initially decided to pursue a career in pharmacy. In 1992 he graduated from the University of Saskatchewan with a Bachelor of Pharmacy degree and due to limited job options in the west ended up moving to Ontario to start his career.
Brian managed a busy community pharmacy in Coburg, Ontario for four years where he developed an appreciation for personally connecting with his patients.
After some self-reflection and a lot of homesickness for the west, Brian decided to go back to school to obtain a degree in dentistry. In 2001 he graduated with great distinction and was awarded a Doctor of Dental Medicine degree. Upon graduation, Brian was presented with the College of Dentistry Gold Medal for the highest academic standing in his graduating class. After graduation, Brian had a desire to establish a practice in a small-town environment.
In September of 2001, he opened the office in the once small town of Martensville and has been practising in Martensville ever since.
Although the community has grown and changed greatly, Brian still appreciates making a personal connection with his patients, making a positive impact on the community, and providing them with reasonable, compassionate care.
“I believe in providing quality care based on prevention and when treatment is needed it should be kept to a minimum.”
Brian has been a part-time clinical instructor at the University of Saskatchewan’s College of Dentistry since 2005. He first acted as a clinical instructor in the department of pediatric dentistry and later emergency and diagnosis.
In his free time, Brian enjoys spending time with his son exploring the outdoors. When not providing dental care Brian enjoys downhill skiing, canoeing, waterskiing and fishing. He also greatly appreciates fishing tips from patients 😉