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Dental Hygiene Program

College of Clinical and Rehabilitative Health Sciences

Patient Information

The dental hygiene clinic in Lamb Hall on campus is open to the public with clinic hours scheduled to coincide with each academic semester. Initial appointments provide the patient with a thorough patient assessment (check-up) after which the patient will be assigned to a student for cleaning at a later time.  Services include:

  • Thorough Examination
  • Oral Cancer Screening
  • Dental Cleaning
  • Dental Charting
  • Periodontal Assessment and Therapy
  • Preventive Oral Health Instructions
  • Fluoride
  • Occlusal Sealants
  • Dental Radiographs
  • Referral

Senior Citizens (55 and older) receive free treatment (there is a charge to copy x-rays to be sent to your dentist). All others (who can afford to pay) are charged $20.00 for cleaning. The cost for sealants is $12.00 each and the costs for reproducing x-rays are as follows: $30.00 for full mouth, $20.00 for bite wings or panoramic, and $5.00 for single periapical x-rays. All exams are free and there is only a charge for x-rays when they must be reproduced. Current fees are subject to change. For information regarding blood borne pathogens and infection control please refer to clinical education and our clinic manual pages 4 through 19. Our students are taught to follow stringent infection control policies.

Please remember that we are a teaching facility and you will receive excellent care but it may not done as quickly as in a private dental office. Our students need time to learn and to have their work evaluated. Thank you for your patience. Also, please be advised that our services do not replace routine visits to your dentist.

Please phone (423) 439-4514 for an appointment. We are located in room 70 just off the breeze way (which is a walkway through the building) in Lamb Hall which is number 19 on the campus map or you can locate the building by choosing Main Campus and Lamb Hall.

StudentsParking on campus can be quite challenging. Please go to Parking Services to have a guest parking permit emailed to you. Note that you simply have to click where instructed on this site and follow directions to receive your parking pass. You do not have to log in with a username and password. You will need your tag number to complete the parking pass request. You may also request a parking pass at 132 Stout Drive. Visitors should review the Visitor Parking Policy in order to know where they are allowed to park. 

To assist the clinic, please complete the following forms and bring them with you to your first appointment. You will need to print the forms and then fill them out in pen.

Patient Consent Form

Medical History Form


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