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Dental Clinic

CVTC has partnered with the Marquette University School of Dentistry to provide dental services to the Chippewa Valley. The Dental Clinic is a working, learning clinic and its purpose is to educate our graduates while providing care to our community who lack a dental home due to their financial situation.

Here are a few things you should know about us:

  • We are not a free clinic, but we offer inexpensive dental care targeted at low-income and Medicaid patients.
  • The CVTC Dental Clinic is a learning clinic; we are not in competition with local dental offices. Our fees are about one-third to one-half of a private dental office.
  • All services are performed by either licensed dental hygienists or CVTC Dental Hygienist students under the supervision of licensed dental professionals.
  • Because our students are learning, appointments can be quite long. Depending on your needs, appointments can take several hours and may require multiple visits.
  • Due to our large waiting list, patients who miss more than three appointments will no longer be eligible for service.

Location

Eau Claire Clairemont Campus
Health Education Center
620 W. Clairemont Avenue
Eau Claire, WI 54701

Hours of Operation

Monday - Thursday: 8 a.m.–5 p.m.
Friday: 8 a.m.–4 p.m.

Make an Appointment

Call 715-833-6271 or 1-800-547-2882 x6271

Dental Services

All services are performed by either licensed dental hygienists or CVTC Dental Hygienist students under the supervision of licensed dental professionals. Because our students are learning, appointments can be quite long. Depending on your needs, appointments can take several hours and may require multiple visits. All cleaning services are performed by licensed staff hygienists and CVTC Dental Hygienist students.

Cleaning Services for Everyone

  • Health history, blood pressure, vital signs
  • Oral exam, head and neck cancer screening
  • Periodontal health assessment
  • X-rays (if needed)
  • Dental cleaning/deep scaling
  • Fluoride treatment
  • Education and advice on dental health
  • Sealants

Additional Services for Low Income & Wisconsin Medicaid Patients

  • Fillings
  • Dentures
  • Root canals
  • Extractions

Costs

The type of treatment you can receive and the cost of each treatment depends on your financial situation. All fees must be paid in full when each stage of treatment is completed. The Dental Clinic accepts the following payment types:

  • Wisconsin Medicaid Assistance
  • Debit/Credit Cards
  • Cash or Check

Cleaning Services Costs

  • Cleaning services performed by CVTC Dental Hygienist students and licensed staff hygienists cost $20 for ages 0-12 and $30 for ages 13 and older. Patients who have Wisconsin Medicaid or Badger Care will pay up to a $5 copay.
  • Cleaning services performed by staff hygienists cost in the $100 range for a routine cleaning.

Federal Low Income Guidelines

We offer reduced rates to those who have low-income status based on the federal guidelines. Use the chart below to determine if you qualify. Please bring verification in the form of three current pay stubs or a tax return.

​Family Size

​Maximum Annual Income

1​

$23,340​

2​

$31,460​

3​

$39,580​

4​

$47,700​

5​

$55,820​

6​

$63,940​

7​

$72,060​

​8

$80,180​

For families with more than eight members, add $8,120 for each additional member.

dental student working on patient
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