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Patient Services

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Wednesday July 17, 2013 - Saturday July 20, 2013

Go to Directions and Parking for more information about street closures and detours.

Top Questions Asked

Who can be treated?

We are open to the public. All are welcome!
divotHow do I become a patient?  Call 734-763-6933 or 888-707-2500.
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Do I need a referral from my general dentist?

Yes, for specific procedures such as wisdom tooth extraction, root canal, etc. If you do not have a general dentist, we can provide a referral through our emergency scheduled clinic after evaluation of your needs.  Call 734-763-6933 or 888-707-2500 to make an appointment.

How much will it cost?

All clinics are fee-for-service. Fees vary by treatment option.
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How do I pay?

Most dental insurance plans are accepted including Medicaid. 
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How do I get to my appointment?

We are located on the main campus of U-M
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Treatment Options

Student & Graduate Student Clinics

For scheduling and information call 734-763-6933 or 888-707-2500, select option #5

In the Student Dentist Clinic, treatment is provided by dental and dental hygiene students under direct faculty supervision.  In the Graduate Student Dentist Clinics, you will receive treatment by residents training for a graduate degree or board certification in their specialty.

Faculty Patient Care

Cone-Beam Computed Tomography (CBCT) Imaging Service:  call 734-764-3155

Dental Faculty Associates Clinic: call 734-764-3155.  All general dentistry and other dental specialty services are available.

Orthodontic Clinic: call 734-615-8899.  Orthodontic treatment and braces, clinic is open to patients of all ages.

Pediatric Clinic: call 734-615-8899.  Providing children (under age 14) with dental care.

Student Dental Clinic

In the Student Dental Clinic, treatment is provided by dental and dental hygiene students under direct faculty supervision.

Graduate Clinic

In the Graduate Student Dentist Clinics, you will receive treatment by residents training for a graduate degree or board certification in their specialty.

Faculty Patient Care

Faculty members at the University of Michigan devote part of their time to patient care, employing the most advanced diagnostic technologic procedures available. For more information go to Dental Faculty Associates

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