Utah Valley University

Dental Hygiene Clinic

Cleaning, X-Rays, and Exams

987 South Geneva Road, Orem, UT. | Health Professions Building Room 141

Adults

$25

Children

$15

UVU Students

$15

Make an appointment today

801.863.7608

Additional Services

$2
Single Periapical X-ray
Full Mouth X-rays | $10
$10
Panoramic film
$5
Pit and Fissure Sealants, per tooth
Maximum | $30
$40
Bleaching trays per arch
$10
Nitrous Oxide
A map on how to get to the UVU Dental clinic

Hours

  Fall Semester

Clinical sessions begin the last week in August and continue through the 2nd week of December.
 
  • Tuesday:
    • 8:30am - 11:30am
    • 12:30pm - 3:30pm
  • Thursday: 
    • 8:30am - 11:30am
    • 12:30pm - 3:30pm

  Spring Semester

Clinic resumes in January and continues through the month of April.
 
  • Monday:
    • 8:30am - 11:30am
  • Tuesday:
    • 8:30am - 11:30am
    • 12:30pm - 3:30pm
  • Wednesday: 
    • 8:30am - 11:30am
    • 12:30pm - 3:30pm
  • Thursday: 
    • 8:30am - 11:30am
    • 12:30pm - 3:30pm
picture of a sign near the Health Professions building

Medical History Form

Before your first appointment, a Health History form must be completed. We request that each patient complete a comprehensive health history (HH) prior to beginning treatment. Our clinic is HIPAA compliant. 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. 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 and complete before you arrive.

Adults/Adultos

In English En Español

Children/Niños

In English En Español

Important Information

Scheduling Information

Call the clinic at (801.863.7608) to schedule an appointment. Appointments usually last 3 hours, as this is a learning environment for the student. This is why you are receiving services for a reduced price. Please remember we are 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. Multiple appointments are usually necessary for completion of treatment; patients work with the same student each appointment.

Our primary purpose is to educate dental hygiene students to become competent professionals and to increase public awareness of oral health. Effective use of clinical time is essential. Therefore, if you cancel or miss two or more confirmed appointments, the student will be permitted to discontinue your care. Please cancel at least 24 hours in advance of your scheduled time, so the student may find another patient.

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.

pciture of the front desk with Aubrey at it
A picture of the different areas where dental hygiene appointments happen

Patient Treatment Rights

After completing an assessment, we will present recommended treatment, treatment alternatives, expected outcomes of various treatments, and the risk of no treatment. Once you understand the information about each procedure, you will be asked for consent. You have the right to refuse treatment at any time. Prior to any services, you will receive a cost estimate.

The student will strive to complete all treatment that has been discussed. When treatment is completed, we will make a referral to your dentist for further case if needed, as we cannot legally perform all dental care (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 (CDC) and the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA). 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)