Basic dental care and
other necessary care
Basic dental care includes systematic examinations, the prevention and treatment of caries, treatment of dental connective tissues, surgical and occlusal treatment at the level of general dentistry, and the most common X-ray procedures.
When you come in for your appointment, you will also receive preventive treatment and individual health counselling in dental and oral questions.
Oral health services
New student - Respond to SätKy!
All first year students receive an electronic health inquiry. The form contains questions relating to your general health and oral health as well as to issues affecting them, to which you may respond electronically.
After studying your answers, a public health nurse will reply with a message to you, giving you his/hers assessment of your general health and oral health. If necessary, you will be asked to make an appointment with a nurse and/or for a dental examination or dental care.
Why would you come in for treatment?
Systematic, regular dental care promotes the health of your teeth and mouth, allowing you a troubleless studying time. The most important for the welfare of the mouth and teeth is, however, good self-care, for which FSHS oral health care professionals give you advice and support.
For those who started their studies on 1 September 2005 or later, the first oral health care examination (extensive dental examination which is done once during the study time) is free of charge. The first visit for examination is always free for students regardless of the phase or length of their studies. All later appointments and emergency treatment are subject to charge.