The Prosthodontic clinic offers a full range of clinical services to patients. Patients requesting prosthodontic treatment are able to choose from different options. Treatment is available through prosthodontic faculty dentists or the graduate prosthodontic students.

What is a Prosthodontist?

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

In the graduate prosthodontics clinic, patients receive care by residents who have already obtained their DDS degree and received advanced training in the specialty of prosthodontics (crowns, bridges, complete dentures, fixed and removable partial dentures, and dental implants). Residents are instructed by faculty who are specialists in prosthodontics. The clinic invites prospective patients to look at the list of clinical services, which offer a full range of comprehensive treatments.

To schedule an appointment, please call 734-763-3326.


REFERRALS

If your dentist would like to refer you, visit External Referrals.


SERVICES

  • Fixed Prosthodontics
    • Crown and bridge restorations
    • Porcelain-fused-to-metal crowns and bridges (tooth colored crowns and bridges with metal)
    • All-Ceramic crowns and bridges (limited indications)
  • Esthetic and Cosmetic Dentistry
    • Veneers
    • Inlays
    • Porcelain
  • Combined Prosthodontics - Attachment retained removable partial dentures (are attached to crowns with invisible special parts)
  • Implant Prosthodontics
    • Single Tooth Replacement
    • Partial arch treatment
    • Full arch therapy
    • Guided Surgery

WHAT TO BRING TO YOUR FIRST APPOINTMENT

Plan to arrive 15 minutes early.

When you arrive, check-in at the reception desk in the Graduate Prosthodontic Clinic and, if you have insurance, give your insurance information to the receptionist.

Please also bring recent radiographs if you have them.

The following forms should be completed by you and brought to your first appointment:


WHAT TO EXPECT

Your first visit will include radiographs (if none are brought), health history, and dental history. At this time, the providers will propose a plan of action to address your dental needs. If appropriate, the providers will also outline a cost estimate of your care at the School of Dentistry.


FEES AND PAYMENT OPTIONS

We accept most major dental insurances. Call for more information or view the Insurance Information Sheet for details.


OFFICE INFORMATION

1011 N University, Room 1378
Ann Arbor, MI 48109

Phone: 734-763-3326

Validated Parking Available

Follow signs to Patient/Visitor Parking in the Fletcher Parking Structure.

Go to Directions and Parking for more information.