Dental Hygiene Clinic at UVU

Services and Fees

Prophylaxis, X-Rays, Exam, and Fluoride $25.00 Adults
$15.00 Children
$15.00 UVU student/faculty
Full Mouth X-rays Single Periapical X-ray


Panoramic film $10.00
Pit and Fissure Sealants, per tooth $5.00
$30.00 maximum
Bleaching trays with 2 syringes of bleach,
per arch
Nitrous Oxide $10.00 per session



Fall Semester: Clinical Sessions begin the last week in August and continue through the 2nd week of December.
Tuesday: 12:15pm to 3:30pm
Wednesday: 8:15am to 3:30pm
Thursday: 12:15pm to 3:30pm

Spring Semester: Clinic resumes in January and continues through the month of April.
Monday: 12:15pm to 3:30pm
Tuesday: 8:15am to 3:30pm
Wednesday: 8:15am to 3:30pm
Thursday: 8:15am to 3:30pm


The UVU Dental Hygiene Clinic is located on UVU West Campus in the HP #1 building west of the 15 freeway. The address is 987 South Geneva Road, Orem, UT. There is parking available on the north side of the DH clinic.  Campus Map, Clinic Map


The UTA Frontrunner stops right in front of the UVU West campus (Orem Station), with a short 3 minute walk to get to the UVU Dental Hygiene clinic.

Scheduling an Appointment

Dental Hygiene Clinic Receptionist:
Phone: (801) 863-7608
Fax: (801) 863-6409
Appointments can be arranged by calling the clinic receptionist or through a dental hygiene student. Multiple appointments are usually necessary for completion of treatment, and patients work with the same student each appointment. Appointment lengths are usually 3 hours at a time, as this is a learning environment for the student. This is why you are receiving services for a reduced price. Please remember you are in a teaching institution, not a private dental office. If you do not have the time to spend with the student, this is not a good fit for you. Our primary purpose is to educate dental hygiene students to become competent professionals and to increase the public's awareness of oral health. Patient care provides dental hygiene students with a variety of experiences to prepare them to serve the public in the future. We believe that quality dental hygiene care is important to the total well-being of every patient treated. Because the clinical services are provided to educate future dental hygienists, effective use of clinical time is essential. Therefore, department policies have been established about cancelled and failed appointments. If you cancel or do not come to two or more confirmed appointments, the student will be permitted to discontinue your care, and you will need to find care elsewhere. If you need to cancel your appointment, please do so within 24 hours of the scheduled time.

Health History Form

Before your first appointment, a Health History form must be completed. We request that each patient complete a comprehensive health history prior to beginning treatment. All dental records are confidential and will be used during the provision of care or for educational purposes. A copy of your records and x-rays can be transferred to your dental office by request of the dentist. All HIPPA regulations are followed at our clinic. If you choose to complete this form in the Dental Hygiene Clinic, please arrive 20 minutes early. If you prefer, we have provided a copy of the HH form to download, so you can have it already filled out when you arrive. Just click on the link below. Medical Form  -  Medical Form Spanish

Our Teaching Environment

We hope you will take a few moments to review the following information concerning your experiences as a dental hygiene patient. In making an appointment today you are expressing a concern for your health. Once again, please understand this clinic is a teaching/learning environment; therefore, increased time will be required for completion of services. At the same time, fees for services are nominal. The students and faculty will always strive to provide dental hygiene care in a considerate and respectful manner while providing you with the most current standards of care. At your final appointment we would appreciate your comments about the treatment received. A patient questionnaire is available in the reception area.

Patient Treatment Rights

After an assessment has been completed, an explanation of recommended treatment, treatment alternatives, expected outcomes of various treatments, and the risk of no treatment will be explained. Once you understand the information about each procedure, consent for care will be requested. You also have the right to refuse treatment at any time. Prior to initiating your care, costs will be explained. The student will strive to complete all treatment that has been discussed. When treatment is completed, a referral to your dentist will be made as we cannot legally perform all dental care needed [e.g., restorative work (fillings), root canal therapy, periodontal (gum) surgery, etc.]. If at any time during or after treatment you wish complete and current information about your care, please contact the clinic receptionist or your student dental hygienist. The UVU Dental Hygiene Clinic operates using strict infection control practices as recommended by the Centers for Disease Control and the Occupational Safety and Health Administration. These practices are incorporated to protect you, the patient, as well as the student dental hygienist and faculty.

UVU Department of Dental Hygiene Exposure Control Plan (Bloodborne Pathogens Policy)