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About Pima Medical Institute Community Dental Clinic
Provides dental care at a student teaching clinic.
Services offered include:
- Preventive care
- Teeth whitening
- Limited root canals
Hygiene services provided by students and supervised by licensed dental hygienists and dentists
Dental services such as extractions, crowns, bridges and endodontics are provided by licensed dentists.
Appointment times in the student clinic are longer than in a private dental practice since patient care is provided by students and monitored by the faculty.
Preventive treatment appointments are about three hours in length, and patients may need more than one visit to complete treatment.
New patients: $19.95, which includes cleaning, exam and X-rays.
Amalgam Filling: $60
Composite Filling: $65
Crown: Starts at $700
Root Canal: Starts at $900
Bridge: Starts at $1400
Accepts all insurance including WA Apple Health (Medicaid).
Accepts cash and major credit cards.
Hours vary per semester, but generally:
Call to make an appointment.
Phone: (206) 529-6677
Hours of operation:
Questions To Ask Your Dentist
- Monday 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
- Tuesday 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
- Wednesday 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
- Thursday 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
- Friday 8:00 AM - 3:00 PM
- Saturday closed
- Sunday closed
1. How am I expected to pay?
2. What are the costs for services. Is this discounted or based on income?
3. What Documents am I required to provide?
4. Do you need me to provide income statements in order to verify discounts, mail to provide residency?
5. How are the instruments sterilized?
Heat sterilization is very important for all instruments. If you are not comfortable with their answer, you can choose another office.
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Question: If I don't qualify for free care or sliding scale, based on my income, how much do I have to pay for dental services?
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Question: Do I qualify for free or low cost services in a Community Health Center if I have an Insurance that does not cover everything and with a high deductible?
Answer: A community Health Center can be used by anyone, whether they have insurance or not, the cost will be based on a sliding scale. Contact your local community health care for more information.
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