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Free Dental Care For Students

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Author: Varun P. Joseph | Category: Opportunities | March 31, 2017

Dear UT Health San Antonio Students,

There is an opportunity for UT Health San Antonio students to receive a FREE DENTAL EVALUATION AND TREATMENT this Spring Semester through the UT Health San Antonio School of Dentistry.

Every year, graduating dental students take their licensure examination (WREB) at the end of the spring semester. As a part of the examination, students are required to perform specific procedures such as fillings and a deep cleaning. For those patients who qualify, those procedures will be done free of cost on the dates of the actual exam on April 21-24th.

UT Health students are invited to sign up online for a dental screening that will include a limited oral evaluation including radiographs to evaluate any potential cavities or other problems. Students will be advised of their dental needs and whether they are eligible for treatment as a board patient. All students will be given the opportunity to receive comprehensive care and receive a 20% discount for treatment performed by a junior or senior dental student at UT Dentistry. Students with qualifying cavities or gum problems are eligible for treatment during the exam sessions at no cost.

Please sign up using the following link and select on the form that you are a student.

ONLINE SCREENING FORM

Thank you for your help.

Sincerely,

Varun P. Joseph

Regent - University of Texas System Board of Regents

President & D.D.S Candidate - Class of 2017

UT Health San Antonio School of Dentistry



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