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530 Wakara Way
Salt Lake City. UT 84108
(801) 587-6453

Utah s dental school is a great place to get affordable dental work done. The prices are greatly reduced but they still do top of the line work. It does take them a bit longer than in a private practice because a student is doing the work and often times learning a certain procedure, but I think it is well worth the money. The students have a certified dentist overseeing their work so there isn t a huge worry about quality because the dentists won t let the student s proceed unless the work has been done correctly. The students and faculty are all super friendly and seem to be interested the well being of the patients. If you have a little extra time and you want to save some money, the U s dental school is worth checking out!

This is quite the racket. Do yourself a favor and research alternatives before committing to what- at first- seems like a low cost alternative for potentially expensive dental work. What they don t tell you is that you must have two prior visits before getting any work done. The first is a simple screening that takes about 3 hours! Then you have to come back (weeks) later for a cleaning and exam (another 2-3 hours) by a dental student; overseen by a professional. Even if you had previously seen a real dentist, have your own xrays, and know exactly what your issue is- crown, root canal, filling, etc. – you are forced to go through this procedure..and are charged for each visit. The total is about $100 before you get to actually have the service you need. Granted, having a cavity filled or replaced is about half the cost, but it will take an entire afternoon or morning and if you add up the previous charges and your time, you will pay more in the long run. Not to mention the iffy quality of the repairs. I had two fillings replaced because they were causing my enamel to crack and I still feel the roughness below my gumline. You are a guinea pig for students. The school shouldn t be able to charge more than you would pay a real dentist. What s worse is that if you want to continue to be treated at the School they require you to have your cleanings done there, two times a year- for $60 each! You don t have the option to have routine cleanings done elsewhere (for significantly less). If you don t use them they will boot you from their system and not allow you to come back-ever- for any serious dental work which is what you came to them for in the first place. It s basically a scam to fund the School.

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University of Utah School of Dentistry

Utah s dental school is a great place to get affordable dental work done. The prices are greatly reduced but they still do top of the line work. It does take them a bit longer than in a private practice because a student is doing the work and often times learning a certain procedure, but I think it is well worth the money. The students have a certified dentist overseeing their work so there isn t a huge worry about quality because the dentists won t let the student s proceed unless the work has been done correctly. The students and faculty are all super friendly and seem to be interested the well being of the patients. If you have a little extra time and you want to save some money, the U s dental school is worth checking out!

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This is quite the racket. Do yourself a favor and research alternatives before committing to what- at first- seems like a low cost alternative for potentially expensive dental work. What they don t tell you is that you must have two prior visits before getting any work done. The first is a simple screening that takes about 3 hours! Then you have to come back (weeks) later for a cleaning and exam (another 2-3 hours) by a dental student; overseen by a professional. Even if you had previously seen a real dentist, have your own xrays, and know exactly what your issue is- crown, root canal, filling, etc. – you are forced to go through this procedure..and are charged for each visit. The total is about $100 before you get to actually have the service you need. Granted, having a cavity filled or replaced is about half the cost, but it will take an entire afternoon or morning and if you add up the previous charges and your time, you will pay more in the long run. Not to mention the iffy quality of the repairs. I had two fillings replaced because they were causing my enamel to crack and I still feel the roughness below my gumline.
You are a guinea pig for students. The school shouldn t be able to charge more than you would pay a real dentist. What s worse is that if you want to continue to be treated at the School they require you to have your cleanings done there, two times a year- for $60 each! You don t have the option to have routine cleanings done elsewhere (for significantly less). If you don t use them they will boot you from their system and not allow you to come back-ever- for any serious dental work which is what you came to them for in the first place.
It s basically a scam to fund the School.

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