Dental Hygiene Clinic



The Dental Hygiene Clinic has moved to the Health Sciences Building (HSC) on Central Campus
Suite 1400
Appointments: 215-641-6483

Since 1973, the Montgomery County Community College Dental Hygiene Clinic has been providing the public with comprehensive preventive dental hygiene services. Services are provided at the Central Campus' dental hygiene facility utilizing modern equipment and the latest technological advances.

Students are responsible for recruiting and scheduling patients for each clinical session in order to meet clinical requirements. All treatment procedures are supervised by licensed dentists and dental hygiene faculty. The Dental Hygiene Clinic operates September through May, by appointment.


  • Debridement (Teeth Cleaning)
  • Initial Periodontal Therapy
  • Medical and Dental Histories
  • Hard and Soft Tissue Examinations
  • X-rays, if indicated
  • Periodontal and Restorative Chartings
  • Patient Education
  • Fluoride Treatments
  • Dental Sealants
  • Intraoral Photography
  • Finishing and Polishing Restorations
  • Nutritional Counseling
  • Tobacco Cessation Counseling

View Public Notice of Competence in Dental Hygiene Procedures


Fee Schedule

Exam And Cleaning Plus X-Rays, If Indicated

  • $20.00 - ADULT
  • $20.00 - CHILD
  • $15.00 - SR. CITIZEN
  • $10.00 - MCCC STUDENT


  • $ 5.00 @ TOOTH

X-Rays Requested By Your Dentist Via Prescription

  • $15.00

Alginate Impressions And Study Models Requested By Your Dentist Via Prescription

  • $10.00

Appointments can be scheduled by telephoning 215-641-6483

Patient's Bill of Rights

Within the scope of dental hygiene practice, the Dental Hygiene Program has defined the following as Patient Rights.

The patient has a right to:

  • considerate, respectful and confidential treatment.
  • continuity and completion of treatment.
  • access to complete and current information about his/her condition.
  • advance knowledge of the cost of treatment.
  • informed consent.
  • explanation of recommended treatment, treatment alternatives, the option to refuse treatment, the risk of no treatment and expected outcomes of various treatments.
  • treatment that meets the standard of care in the profession.

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Montgomery County Community College is committed to assuring equal opportunity to all persons and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, sex, sexual orientation, religion, ancestry, national origin, age or applicable disability in its educational programs, activities, admissions, or employment practices as required by Title IX of the Educational Amendments of 1972, Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, the Americans with Disabilities Act, and other applicable statutes. Inquiries concerning any of these matters should be forwarded to the Director of Equity and Diversity Initiatives, East House 203, 215-619-7413.