A dental student works on a patient's teeth at the Case Western Reserve University School of Dental Medicine Admitting Days
More than 80 dental students participated in the Admitting Days dental clinic, each day, on Sept. 17 and 18 at the CWRU School of Dental Medicine.

LOOK: More than 200 patients treated at annual ‘Admitting Days’ clinic

Students from the School of Dental Medicine provided free dental care to more than 200 people as part of the annual Admitting Days dental clinic at Case Western Reserve University on Sept. 17 and 18.

More than 80 third- and fourth-year students and residents participated in the clinics each day, under the supervision of faculty.

Anyone at least 18 years old who has never enrolled as a patient at the dental clinic could receive a free dental exam, free X-rays and optional cleaning for $25 during Admitting Days and receive a $100 voucher toward future dental services as part of an accepted treatment plan.

Following X-rays and the exam, the clinic scheduled each patient’s next appointment aimed at crafting a personalized, detailed treatment plan.

To learn more about the dental clinic and other community dentistry opportunities Case Western Reserve dental students and faculty have, visit case.edu/dental.