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Penn College’s Dental Hygiene Clinic Open to Public

The Dental Hygiene Clinic at Pennsylvania College of Technology is open to the general public during the academic year.

Under the supervision of Dental Hygiene faculty in the School of Health Sciences, students can provide a variety of services for patients, including teeth cleaning and polishing; radiographs (X-rays); enamel sealants; topical fluoride treatments; denture cleaning; blood-pressure screening; and head, neck and oral-cancer screening.

The clinic accepts the Access card, and fees for self-paying patients are reasonable.

Appointments for the remainder of the academic year may be made until approximately March 1. Call (570) 327-4500 to schedule an appointment.

Penn College offers bachelor’s and associate’s degrees in Dental Hygiene. For more information, visit the College’s Web site.

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