Dental Hygiene Clinic
Whether you are a university student or a member of the
wider northern Arizona community, at any age you can receive affordable,
preventative dental services at Northern Arizona University’s dental hygiene
clinic. Our focused students and experienced faculty manage the
cutting-edge clinic with flexible hours that fit your schedule.
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The Dental Hygiene Clinic is only staffed part-time. The majority of this time being Wednesdays and Thursdays.
Please scroll down for location and parking information.
Fall 2014 Appointment Times
Starting September 3rd and ending December 3rd, 2014.
Wednesdays: 1pm and 5pm
Thursdays: 9am and 1pm
Appointments are 2 hours and 30 minutes long
We now offer a flat fee that covers your cleaning, exam, x-rays, and fluoride.
- $65 for Adults
- $60 for NAU students, alumni, faculty, staff and senior citizens over the age of 65.
- $45 for children 13 and under
- Sealants are $5 per tooth
- Whitening is $150 ($75 per arch)
- Whitening is only offered during the spring semester
- Whitening is only available for patients of record that are current in their treatment.
We no longer offer night guards/mouth guards of any kind.
- blood pressure screening
- oral cancer screening
- dental examination
- periodontal assessment (evaluation for gum disease)
- education related to oral health
- radiographs (X-rays)
- dental hygiene therapy (prophylaxis)
- conservative periodontal therapy (scaling and root planing and periodontal maintenance)
- fluoride application
- sealants (coating to prevent decay on the chewing surfaces of teeth)
- tooth whitening
- We do not provide dental services such as extractions, fillings, crowns, root canals, etc.
Please read our new patient information pamphlet. Please be aware, your very first visit with us may take more than one appointment to complete. Some patients will require multiple appointments and may see more than one practitioner depending on the treatment needed.
Please read our notice of privacy practices.
Please complete your new patient forms prior to your appointment. After you have completed each form, please press the Submit button at the bottom of the page to automatically send us your information. On your first visit to the clinic, we will have your completed forms available for review and signatures. The security of your personal data is one of our primary concerns and we have taken precautions to protect it. We provide parking passes for our patients in room 215 prior to your appointment.
New Patient Forms
The university does require patients to have parking permits displayed in all vehicles. Please see our Parking Guidelines.
Northern Arizona University students, faculty, and staff will not be given a parking permit. It will be the responsibility of the patient to comply with NAU Parking Service’s rules and regulations. Parking passes are available to patients for the day(s) of their appointment in room 215 for AE and Patient Parking spots only. The parking lots that are closest to our building are P48A, P48, P46, P45, P45A, and P45B.
PO Box 15065
Flagstaff, AZ 86011
208 Pine Knoll Dr
66, room 215
Flagstaff, AZ 86011
Please see the building map to help you find our location.
Complaints Filed with the American Dental Association Commission on Dental Accreditation
Students, faculty, constituent dental societies, state boards of dentistry, and other interested parties have the right to file a complaint with the American Dental Association Commission on Accreditation. To file a complaint, write to the Commission at the address below. A copy of the appropriate accreditation standards and/or the Commission's policy and procedure for submission of complaints may be obtained by contacting the Commission at 211 East Chicago Avenue, Chicago, IL 60611-2678 or by calling 1-800-621-8099 extension 4653. Only written, signed complaints will be considered by the Commission; oral and unsigned complaints will not be considered.
A complaint is defined by the Commission on Dental Accreditation as one alleging that a Commission-accredited educational program, or a program which has an application for initial accreditation pending, may not be in substantial compliance with Commission standards or required accreditation procedures.
The Commission on Dental Accreditation will review complaints that relate to a program's compliance with the accreditation standards. Students, faculty, constituent dental societies, state boards of dentistry, and other interested parties may submit an appropriate, signed complaint to the Commission on Dental Accreditation (CDA) regarding any CDA-accredited dental, allied dental or advanced dental education program, or a program which has an application for initial accreditation pending. The Commission is interested in the sustained quality and continued improvement of dental and dental-related education programs, but does not intervene on behalf of individuals or act as a court of appeal for treatment received by patients or individuals in matters of admission, appointment, promotion or dismissal of faculty, staff or students.
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