The University of Pittsburgh School of Dental Medicine will offer free dental care to patients with cavities who are available in February and agree to participate in a cavity screening.
The class of 2015 at the University of Pittsburgh School of Dental Medicine is preparing to take their clinical boards to obtain licensure. Class members have begun screening for patients with specific types of cavities to fulfill requirements on the examination. Individuals with these types of cavities who agree to serve as patients during the board examination will receive free filling(s) for these cavities from a class of 2015 dental student.
You will receive the following free services:
- Cavity screening and x-rays
- Report identifying existing cavities
- Duplication and distribution of x-rays to your private dentist, if needed
- Fee waiver for initial exam and treatment plan if you receive treatment at the School of Dental Medicine
- Free oral health kit
Free services rendered are valued at up to $257.
Please note: participants must be available to serve as a patient during one of the board examination dates: February 5th and 6th, from 7:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. The cavity screening process will take only about 30 minutes.
Please use the SONG contact page to request the link to their signup page.