Important Coronavirus (COVID-19) Update

Routine dentistry was suspended with the outbreak of coronavirus. Currently we are in the AMBER phase of a phased return based on the risks.

Read more here: UDC Coronavirus Info - What you need to know

About the Dental Hygienist

What is a hygienist?

Dental hygienists are specially trained to work as part of the dental team to give care to the patients. They are mainly concerned with preventative dental health and treating gum disease. This includes professionally cleaning your teeth removing plaque and calculus.

Their most important role is advising you on how you can keep your teeth free of plaque.

Why would you see a hygienist?

A hygienist is specially trained to carry out scaling and polishing and can spend longer with you than the dentist usually can.

Services Offered at University Dental Care

We offer 30 minute appointments which include scale and polish and oral health information.

We can offer prolonged treatment which may be over several visits. We can offer local anaesthetic if necessary – please mention it to your dentist.

What we Recommend:


Phone (01792) 602 222
Registered Patients Only

8:30am-4:30pm Monday to Thursday
8:30am-3:30pm Fridays
9:30am-12:30pm Saturday by appointment only

Urgent Treatment

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Find Us

We're located in building number 23 on the campus map, at Singleton Park campus, Swansea University.

Map and directions


(01792) 602 222