UAA Dental Clinics

UAA offers opportunities for students, staff, and community members to receive limited dental care through its Dental Hygiene and Dental Assisting Clinics. We are always in need of patients. Please call or see below for more information.


Dental Hygiene Clinic

Our Dental Hygiene Clinic provides reduced cost dental hygiene care to staff, students and community members. As part of the Dental Hygiene program, students see patients under the supervision of a dentist from the Anchorage community. The Clinic is HIPAA compliant and maintains the highest level of infection control procedures for patient safety.

Services & Pricing

Services offered consist of:

  • dental examinations
  • dental cleanings
  • x-rays
  • sealants

Costs are less than private dental practices, however the time needed to complete each service takes longer.

Academic Year 2015-2016 Price Sheet 

X-rays are taken only at the request of the on-site dentist or with written approval from a personal dentist. The x-rays are kept with the patient's file. A copy of the patient's x-rays/records can be sent to a dentist of choice with written authorization from the patient. Please allow at least two weeks for x-rays and records to be duplicated for transfer. Requests for additional copies of patient x-rays/records are $10 per request.

Payment for the complete treatment is expected at the end of the first visit. Payment can be made with check, money order, most major credit cards or cash. The Hygiene Clinic does not file or accept health insurance.


New Dental Patients

Save time by completing your Health History form before your appointment.



Schedule an Appointment

Dental Hygiene Clinic
The Clinic is only open during the academic school year (September-April).
  • During the Fall semester (September - Mid December), students see patients on
    • Tuesday and Thursday
    • 8:00 - 11:15 a.m. and 1:00 - 4:15 p.m.
    • 3 hour and 25 minute appointment
  • During the Spring semester (January - April), students see patients on
    • Tuesday, 8:00 am - 12:00 pm and 1:00-5:00 p.m.
      • 2 hour appointment
    • Wednesday, 10:00-1:30 a.m.; 2:30-6:00p.m.
      • 3 hour and 30 minute appointment
    • Thursday, 8:00-11:30am
      • 3 hour and 30 minute appointment 
    • Thursday, 12:30-4:30pm
      • 2 hour appointment
    • Friday, 8:00am-11:30am
      • 3 hour and 30 minute appointment

Appointments are either two hours (2) or three and a half (3.5) hours long depending on the day scheduled.  Patients should plan their time accordingly.  More than one appointment may be required to complete treatments.

 To schedule an appointment with the Dental Hygiene Clinic, please contact: Rena at 907-786-1243 or the Dental Clinic at 907-786-6960.

Dental Assisting Clinic
To schedule an appointment with the Dental Assisting Clinic, please contact:

Cindy Armstrong at 907-786-6983

Karen Geer at 907-786-6943

Appointments are limited.

 Dental Assisting Clinic

UAA's Dental Assisting Clinic provides reduced cost dental care provided by a licensed dentist and assisted by our dental assisting students. Criteria for patients seeking treatments include:
  • the patient must be in reasonable health;
  • blood pressure no higher than 140/90;
  • patient must meet income eligibility and have no dental coverage
  • patient must be 18 or older.

Patients will become ineligible for treatment if a scheduled appointment is missed.

Available treatments include:

  • x-rays
  • dental exams
  • fillings
  • sealants

Academic Year 2015-2016 Price Sheet


Appointments are limited
For additional information about the Dental Assisting clinic or to schedule an appointment, please contact:

Cindy Armstrong
P: 907-786-6983
Karen Greer
P: 907-786-6943


Clinic Location

The Dental Hygiene Clinic is located in Suite 131 of the Allied Health Sciences Building (AHS) on the UAA Campus at 3500 Seawolf Drive. Patients must park legally in a decal space and a validation will be given to the patient upon departure from the clinic which, when mailed in, will void parking citations for not having a decal. Other citations are the responsibility of the patient; this includes parking meter violations.