Santa Rosa Junior College's Dental Hygiene Teaching Clinic is located on the first floor of the William B. Race Health Sciences Building on the Santa Rosa Campus off of Elliott Avenue. Students provide dental hygiene care that includes cleaning, x-rays, application of topical fluoride, and dental sealants. The availability of appointments and services to the public vary from semester to semester.

Dental Cleanings - Standard or deep cleaning with anesthesia as necessary.  For appointments call (707)522-2844.

No restorative services such as fillings, crowns or dentures.  If you need these types of services, please contact the Redwood Empire Dental Society at (707) 546-7275

X-rays- To schedule an appointment for dental x-rays only, you must have an authorization from your dentist. You may call from January through March. 

For an appointment for x-ray only, call (707) 527-4213 and leave your telephone information.  NO messages will be retrieved from this number until January.  Appointments are available from Mid-January through March.  DO NOT leave messages here for teeth cleanings.

Every year(dates to be announced) our dental assisting students provide free sealants for children.  Please contact Jennifer Poovey (707)535-3788 or email: for information.  

 All dental patients are treated with compassion and respect. In accordance with applicable federal and state laws as well as college policy, Santa Rosa Junior College does not discriminate in any of its policies, procedures, or practices on the basis of race, color, national origin, political affiliation, marital or veteran status, sex, handicap, religion, or age. Confidentiality of all patient records (medical and dental) is maintained.

 The Public Dental Clinic is a teaching clinic, therefore, our primary responsibility is supplying learning experiences for our students. You can expect your treatment to take as much as five times longer at the SRJC Dental Teaching Clinic than it would take in a private practice because students are in training. Appointments are approximately three hours in length and multiple appointments are required. Highly qualified instructors include licensed dentists, registered dental hygienists, or registered dental assistants who closely supervise students.

You will be informed of treatment options at the initial and subsequent appointments. This includes an explanation of recommended treatment, treatment alternatives, the risk of no treatment, expected outcomes of treatment, and the option to refuse treatment at any time.


As a patient at SRJC's Dental Clinic you can expect:

  • Professional Care
  • Treatment without discrimination
  • Confidentiality of all communications
  • To have your concerns heard
  • To understand your treatment needs
  • Respectful care
  • Treatment in a safe environment
  • Quality Treatment
  • To participate in all decisions about your treatment
  • To have access to your dental records


Infection Control

 SRJC Dental Programs adhere to current OSHA Guidelines for Infection Control based on input from the Center for Disease Control and the Infection Control Regulations of the California Dental Board. All procedures undergo periodic review in order to update information and stay abreast of the ever-changing guidelines. All patients at the SRJC Dental Teaching Clinic will be treated using standard precautions and infection control procedures.


Policy On Individuals With Bloodborne Infectious Disease

 All dental personnel are dedicated to providing patient care with compassion and respect for human dignity, respecting the rights of privacy and confidentiality of patients with infectious diseases.  

Dental personnel will not refuse to treat or discriminate in any way against a patient solely because the patient has an infectious disease or is at risk of contracting an infectious disease. This includes any disease process, such as human immunodeficiency virus (HIV), acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS), or hepatitis infections. The one exception to this policy is patients with active tuberculosis (TB). Those individuals will not be treated in the Dental Clinic until medical treatment is completed and clearance is given by the physician responsible for the TB management.  

Santa Rosa Junior College is obligated to protect the privacy and confidentiality of any faculty member, student, or staff member who tests positive for an infectious disease. Dental personnel who pose a risk of transmitting an infectious agent must consult with appropriate health-care professionals to determine whether continuing to provide professional services represents a material risk to the patient. If the faculty, student, or staff member learns that continuing to provide professional services represents a material risk to patients or others, it is strongly suggested the chief administrative officer of the College be informed. The chief administrative officer will take steps consistent with the advice of appropriate health-care professionals and with current federal, state, and/or local agencies.  

Students are aware through orientation procedures that they are responsible for themselves and must demonstrate proof of immunity, which includes MMR, current tetanus, and a TB skin test. All dental personnel must demonstrate proof of immunity to Hepatitis B, be immunized, or formally decline the immunization. Dental personnel will adhere to the established protocol for infection control and Bloodborne Pathogen training that is provided at initial employment and through periodic updates. These protocols are in compliance with current OSHA and CDC guidelines and meet current federal, state, and local guidelines. 

This policy is based on the AADS Policy Statement III (Delivery of Care) C (Infectious disease) 1996.



Fee Schedule

All Dental Cleanings- includes radiographs if needed


Full Mouth Series




Bitewing Series


Periapical Image

$10.00 each

Payment is expected at the time of service. Cash, Check, and Credit Card accepted.

Individual radiology clinic services offered in Spring Semester only.

No restorative services such as fillings, crowns, or dentures.