For years, the Emergency Dental Access Clinic, held twice a month at the Prince George Indigenous Friendship Center, has provided treatment to low-income residents in need of toothache relief. . But for help with anything beyond basic extractions, they’ll have to look elsewhere or simply live with what they have – until this past fall, when they started being referred. to the University of New Caledonian Dental Research Program. With the help of local dentists and with instructors keeping track of everything, students in the program work on what instructor Cyndi Lewis calls “restorative services” from fillings to tubes. marrow – the types that EDOC volunteers often don’t have time to provide due to patient lineups.