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CLINICS

GENERAL DENTISTRY CLINICS

Dental Faculty Associates$$$

Providers Faculty
Description The Dental Faculty Associates operates in the same manner as a private practice, with experienced dental providers and the latest technology.
Location School of Dentistry

Graduate General Dentistry$$

Providers Graduate Students
Description The Graduate General Dentistry Clinic is operated by the Graduate Restorative Dentistry Program.
Location School of Dentistry

Dental Student Clinics$

Providers Dental Students
Description Under supervision of the faculty, patients receive care by current dental students, with potentially longer time to complete treatment.
Location School of Dentistry

Community Dental Center$

Providers Dental Students and Faculty
Description The Community Dental Center provides comprehensive dental care to all patients, including those limited by finances and physical challenges.
Location 406 North Ashley Street, Ann Arbor, MI 48103

Checkup Clinic$

Providers Dental Students
Description The checkup clinic provides basic cleanings.
Location School of Dentistry

Delta Dental Integrated Special Care Clinic

Providers Graduate Students and Faculty
Description Reserved for patients over age 16 with developmental/intellectual disabilities, dementia, physical disabilities, or complex medical problems.
Location School of Dentistry

SPECIALTY CLINICS

Endodontics$$

Endodontics encompasses the study (practice) of the basic and clinical sciences of normal dental pulp, the etiology, diagnosis, prevention, and treatment of diseases and injuries.

Oral Surgery$$

Oral and maxillofacial surgeons care for children and adult patients who experience such conditions as head and neck cancer, tumors and cysts of the jaws.

Orthodontics$$

Providing personalized, state of the art, orthodontic treatment using the latest techniques in a caring environment.

Pediatric Dentistry$$

Pediatric dentistry is the branch of dentistry dealing with children from birth through adolescence.

Periodontics$$

Periodontology or periodontics is the specialty of dentistry that studies supporting structures of teeth, as well as diseases and conditions that affect them.

Prosthodontics$$

Prosthodontic restorations, like crowns, bridges, partial or complete dentures and implant retained restorations are available featuring the most up-to-date techniques and equipment.

Restorative$$

Located in the Graduate General Dentistry Clinic, the Restorative Clinic uses the latest digital dentistry technology and provides a variety of treatments ranging from direct fillings, same-day crowns, implant restorations and tooth bleaching to veneers and complex rehabilitations.

HOW MUCH DOES IT COST?

All clinics are fee-for-service. Fees vary by both the type of care (cleaning, orthodontic, etc.) and the provider of the care (student clinic, dental faculty, speciality clinic, etc.).


Student Clinics

At the Student Clinics, current dental students provide dental care for patients, while supervised by the school's licensed faculty dentists.

While the Student Clinic charges the least, wait times will likely be longer than in the other clinics.

Call 734-763-6933 to make an appointment for a Student Clinic.


Graduate Specialty Clinics

At the Graduate Specialty Clinics, dentists with a DDS degree (or equivalent) provide dental care for patients. The dentists are either graduate students, specializing in a particular field of dentistry or a member of the faculty.

These clinics typically charge fees that are much less than a standard private dental clinic but more than the student clinics.


Dental Faculty Associates Clinic

At the DFA Clinic, faculty dentists provide dental care for patients. The dentists at the DFA are considered experts in their field.

The DFA fee schedule is similar to a private dental practice and most insurances are accepted.

Visit the Dental Faculty Associates Clinic or call 734-764-3155 to schedule an appointment.


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HOW TO MAKE A PAYMENT

Payment for services or proof of insurance is required at the time of treatment.

Once a treatment plan has been developed and agreed upon by the provider, faculty and patient, payment arrangements can be made for some procedures. A signed treatment plan must be on file.

How to pay for dental services:

  • Cash is accepted at the time of service
  • Major credit cards (including Flex Benefit debit cards), money orders, and personal checks from local banks are accepted
  • Call 734-647-4246 to pay with a credit card over the phone
  • To send a payment by mail, put your account number on check or money order, make payable to "Regents of the University of Michigan" and mail to one of the following locations:

Dental School patients (student clinics)

U-M School of Dentistry
Box 223129
Pittsburgh, PA 15251-2129

Dental Faculty Associates patients (faculty clinic)

U-M Dental Faculty Associates
Box 223111
Pittsburgh, PA 15251-2111

Oral Pathology Biopsy Service

U-M Department of Oral Pathology
Box 223195
Pittsburgh, PA 15251-2195

Community Dental Clinic patients

U-M Community Dental Clinic
Box 223172
Pittsburgh, PA 15251-2172

If your account has been suspended, payment must be made in full before treatment can resume.

Billing Policy: The University of Michigan School of Dentistry is committed to complying with all federal, state and local laws regulating rules and professional regulatory body guidelines that involve delivery and payment of dental services.

Call the Clinic Billing Office at 734-647-4246 to speak with a financial counselor.

Pay Bill Online

INSURANCE

The Insurance Information Sheet has a full list of participating and non-participating dental insurance carriers/programs.

Claim handling for insurance companies we do not accept. We will issue a courtesy claim for you to submit to your insurance carrier once full payment has been received and posted to your account.


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CLINICAL SERVICES

CBCT Imaging Service

Cone-beam computed tomography (CBCT) scans generate multiple projections that are immediately processed into 3-D images.

Oral & Maxillofacial Pathology Biopsy Service

Board-certified faculty members with extensive training in the clinical, radiographic, and histologic interpretation of lesions occurring in the head and neck area including the oral cavity and the jaw bones.

External Referrals to U-M Dentistry

Providers not affiliated with the U-M School of Dentistry may submit referrals using one of the provided forms.

CAFE 32

Enjoy fresh food and drinks at the full service Cafe 32 on the ground floor in the School of Dentistry. The cafe offers hot beverages ranging from your basic cup of coffee to matcha lattes. If you’re hungry, rotating daily soups, freshly baked goods, snacks, and sandwiches are available as well.

The cafe is open weekdays from 7am - 3pm.

CAFE 32


The students there were amazing. They were attentive to my tooth and understanding of my fear of the dentist. By far the best dentist experience I've ever had.

Kim S.


They worked so well with my special-needs son. They are patient and kind.

Sherry N.