The Graduate Orthodontic Program at the University of Michigan is considered the premiere residency program in the United States. We provide comprehensive levels of orthodontic care for all ages. Simple care is available at cost-effective prices in the Undergraduate Clinic by dental students under the care and supervision of our faculty. Full orthodontic treatment is available in both our Graduate Orthodontic Clinic and our Orthodontic Faculty Practice.
MAKE AN APPOINTMENT
New patients call 734-647-8824 or 734-764-1520 to schedule a screening appointment.
Print and fill out the dental treatment forms and take your completed forms to the 2nd floor Information/Cashier front desk. Plan to arrive 15 - 30 minutes prior to your appointment time to complete the registration process.
New patient exams are performed Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday mornings. At the conclusion of that appointment, you will be assigned to the most appropriate clinic (undergraduate, graduate or faculty) based upon your individual needs.
Occasionally patients are placed on a waiting list because they are not quite ready for treatment (for example, too young for braces).
Call 734-764-1520 for appointments or other information.
MEET OUR RESIDENTS
For the most up-to-date information on the Orthodontic residents, please visit the Orthodontic Residents page.
- Comprehensive Orthodontic Treatment
- Early Orthodontic Treatment
- Clear Braces
- TMJ Disorders
- Surgical Orthodontic Treatment
- Adult Orthodontics
- Interdisciplinary Orthodontics
- Digital x-rays
- Cradiofacial, cleft-palate, and special care
- Emergency Care
After-hours Orthodontic Emergencies for current patients only:
- 734-764-1520 (you will hear a message giving you detailed instructions on how to manage your emergency)
The fees for orthodontic treatment vary depending on your orthodontic needs and the clinic where you receive treatment (undergraduate, graduate, or faculty clinic). We will bill your insurance, if applicable. It is your responsibility to check with your insurance carrier for coverage of your treatment. Payment or payment arrangements must be made prior to or at the time of treatment.
For complete information, visit School of Dentistry Patient Services Billing & Insurance.
OFFICE INFORMATION & PARKING
ORTHODONTIC GRADUATE CLINIC
Robert W. Browne Orthodontic Clinic
School of Dentistry
1011 N University Ave
Ann Arbor, MI 48109
Follow signs to Patient/Visitor Parking in the Fletcher Parking Structure.