To schedule an appointment, please call 734-763-6933.
- Examination and x-rays
- Teeth cleaning
- Restoration of broken and decayed teeth
- Esthetic dentistry, tooth whitening, veneers
- Periodontics (gum) treatment
- Oral cancer examination and evaluations of oral lesions
- Education in diet and health management
- Bite guards
WHAT TO EXPECT
As a teaching clinic, you can expect to have a different experience than when visiting a private practice dentist or community dental clinic.
SCREENING VISIT FOLLOWED BY COMPREHENSIVE EXAM
Before your treatment begins, new patients will have a screening visit in the Patient Admitting and Emergency Services Clinic for initial evaluation and dental x-rays. A subsequent visit will then be scheduled by your dental student to do a required comprehensive examination of your mouth, teeth, and gums before your treatment begins.
ADDITIONAL TIME FOR YOUR APPOINTMENT
You will be assigned to a dental student who is always supervised by a clinic instructor. Everything a student does must be evaluated and approved by a clinic instructor. It is a teaching and supervisory process that divides all the procedures performed by students into a series of steps. Your student is required to stop at certain points during these steps and call for an instructor check to evaluate and sometimes grade that particular step. Therefore, your appointment will likely take longer than in other dental settings.
We set our dental student fees at approximately half of what a private dentist in this region would charge for the same procedure.
We hope you will experience the satisfaction of participating in the training of future dentists eager to serve the public.
WHAT TO BRING TO YOUR FIRST APPOINTMENT
The following forms should be completed by you and brought to your first appointment:
- Registration Form
- Health History Form
- Consent Form - (read only) Electronic signature required at registration
- Temporary Consent Form for Adults with a Guardian and Minors - Are you bringing someone who has a guardian that is not available for the appointment? Ask the guardian to complete this information so you can bring it to the patient's appointment.
If you are accompanied by a family member or friend and would like that person to be involved in discussing your care, please print, complete and return the Family Members and Friends Involved In Discussing Patient Care Form.
FEES AND PAYMENT OPTIONS
We accept most major dental insurances. Call for more information or view the Insurance Information Sheet for details.
If your dentist would like to refer you, visit External Referrals.
1011 N University
Ann Arbor, MI 48109
Phone: 734-763-6933Validated Parking Available
Follow signs to Patient/Visitor Parking in the Fletcher Parking Structure.
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