About Dental On Location OnSite Dentistry:

Dental care where you need it, when you need it. That's the OnSite difference!


We are currently providing onsite dentistry throughout Utah,
in Salt Lake City, Sandy, South Jordan, Provo, Lehi, Layton, Ogden, and Bountiful.

Our professional, highly-experienced dentists and hygienists provide the latest in technology with a full range of procedures including exams, x-rays, cleanings, fillings, crowns, root canals, extractions, and whitening all within a few steps of your office. Even better, you’ll actually lower your expenses and your employees will get the care they need with our exclusive onsite dental care.


Get a glimpse inside our work and see how we operate.

This is a great resource if you're considering us as your helping hand.


Any further clarifications we can provide?

How does the service work?

We regularly visit the facility every three months. The facility and our clinical team work together to select a date for routine visits by the hygienist/dentist. We add new patients to the list once a signed consent for treatment form with Option A or B selected is received. Patient can also register on-line at dentalol.com and select patient registration in upper right corner.

Do you have a van or do you set up inside?

We have portable equipment that is brought inside to the patient. This includes a portable digital x-ray system, a portable operatory system, and instruments for performing the service. It’s all self-contained.

I just want a cleaning - do I have to need an exam with the dentist?

This is left up to the patient/POA.

Why are your hygiene visits quarterly?

The American Dental Association recommends for people over the age of 70 to be seen by a hygienist for cleanings to help with their overall health and wellness. As we age our dexterity changes and the dryness in our mouths increases due to medications and periodontal disease, which makes us more prone to decay on our teeth.

How far in advance do you need before I can be seen?

We typically can see you within the 1 – 2 weeks depending on our routes and schedule.

How do I know when you are coming back to my facility?

Our scheduled visit will be communicated to the facility through email, calls to the residents and/or families. Our quarterly visits are listed in the activities section of the newsletters and flyers. Signs will be posted at the facility leading up to our visits.

I have dental insurance. How does that work?

We bill all insurances, but are an out-of-network provider. Therefore, we “in network” or a “preferred provider” with any particular dental insurance carrier because we don’t have a brick-and-mortar building. There are many insurance plans in the US and they all vary to a degree on how much they will reimburse for procedures. Your dental insurance policy is a contract between you and them and we can not act as an intermediary except for providing them with the necessary dental claim form and associated information. The insurance company will send reimbursement checks to the subscriber on most occasions. We are happy to check with your insurance company before you sign up for our service.

Does Medicare/Medicaid pay?

Medicare does not currently cover most general dental procedures a supplemental plan is needed to cover dental. DOL is out of network. Please check with your insurance to see if there are out-of-network coverage. Medicaid may offer some limited benefits, first check with your case worker to see if you qualify. WE ARE MEDICAID PROVIDER.

Why are you prices higher than my dentist?

We are a mobile dental provider and have additional costs associated with the portable equipment. In addition, we have travel and a lower volume of clients than conventional offices. As our clientele tends to be older, we tend to spend more time with each client.

Do I need a Fluoride treatment? Isn’t it just for children?

Recent studies have shown Fluoride treatments to be very helpful in several ways. Firstly, it is shown to improve remineralization of teeth in which it can not only stop decay but can even reduce it. The other benefits for adults is the prevention of root decay. Adults with gum recession are at risk of root decay because the surface becomes exposed to decay causing bacteria in the mouth. The older you are, the more prone you are to gum recession.


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