Dental Clinic Overview

The Dental Clinic at Seattle Vocational Institute (SVI) offers preventive and restorative dental services performed by a licensed dentist with the support of our Dental Assistant students. The clinic is fully accredited by the American Dental Association (ADA). We offer competitive prices and we charge on a sliding fee schedule. We also accept Provider One insurance.

For appointments please call: 206.934.4973
Hours: Wednesdays and Thursdays from 9:00 – 11:00 a.m. and 1:00 – 3:00 p.m.
Location: The fourth floor of the SVI building at 2120 South Jackson Street, Seattle, WA 98144

Our Dental Clinic Services Include:

  • Exams and X-Rays
  • Scaling and Sealant
  • Fluoride Treatment
  • Coronal Polishes
  • Routine Fillings
  • Sealants and Varnishes
  • Preventative Dentistry Presentations
  • Oral Hygiene Instructions
  • Nutritional Counseling

Who performs the dental clinic services?

Our state licensed dentists perform most of the actual diagnostic and restorative services with the assistance of our qualified students. The Dental Clinic at SVI is staffed by Certified Dental Assistants under the direction of the Clinic Director, Haydon Mar, DDS.

What services are performed by your students?

Our students assist licensed dentists with hygienic and restorative procedures. Students also perform administrative duties, take x-rays, conduct patient in-take and follow-up exams, and educate patients on personal preventative dental health care procedures.

What are your student qualifications?

Our Dental Assistant program attracts students from all over the Seattle area including several who participant in the Bright Future Program at SVI. Our students receive 1,200 hours of well-supervised instruction in all phases of dental assisting.

What are your student outreach services?

Our students participate in community outreach services. They provide oral health education and care to the community. Their goal is to increase the access of dental care to populations that may otherwise be deprived of basic dental upkeep and maintenance. Our students participate in health fairs and they also offer oral hygiene services to elementary school children.

Dental care given to patients in the community is offered only by advanced students. Dental Assistant Program students are also held to the highest academic and personal responsibility standards. The patient may be assured that all care given is of the highest and most professional quality.