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Oral health care for students

  • Service
  • Helsinki
  • Public service

Students of upper secondary schools and vocational institutions are admitted for treatment based on urgency and the need for treatment.

Appointments at the dental clinic can be booked by calling 09 310 51400 (Mon–Thu 7–18, Fri 7–15), where the urgency of treatment is assessed.

Background information

Students in upper secondary school, vocational education and training institutions, universities of applied sciences and universities are entitled to oral healthcare services. The Finnish Student Health Service (FSHS) is responsible for the oral health of higher education students.

No fee is charged at health centres for the oral and dental care of students under the age of 18. In addition, the dentistry services provided by student health care services for higher education students are usually free of charge.

Students can schedule an appointment with a student health care dentist by following the instructions issued by their educational institution.

Basic information

The service is provided byCity of Helsinki
Responsible for the serviceCity of Helsinki
Area Helsinki
Available languagesFinnish, Swedish
Text edited by: City of Helsinki
Updated: 6/17/2021