Free Dental Services at Germanna Training Clinic

by | Feb 1, 2015 | Health & Wellness

Germanna Community College (GCC) dental hygiene students. Photo courtesy GCC.

The Dental Assisting Training Clinic of Germanna Community College offers professional-provided, student-assisted oral care to the public free of charge. Student dental assistants work with licensed dental hygienists and dentists to provide the care.

Services provided include oral exams, periodontal scaling, ultrasonic scaling, pain control, cleaning removable appliances and prostheses, nonsurgical/simple extractions and more.

“This service is offered so that dental assisting students may fulfill the clinical requirements of their college certificate program,” said Mike Zitz, Germanna Community College public information officer. “The primary purpose of the clinic is to serve as a learning environment for students.”

The Dental Assisting Training clinic is located at the Lloyd F. Moss Clinic, 1301 Sam Perry Blvd., in Fredericksburg. Refer to the patient information page for more information. Call 540-423-9833 for more information and to be placed on the treatment request list. If you reach voice mail, leave your name, address and phone number and a student will call you to schedule an appointment.

Patients should expect to spend three hours for their appointments. Complete treatment may involve more than one appointment. Patients who need additional dental treatment that is beyond the scope of care at the facility will be referred.

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