Dental Schools

NEW! Dental schools are loaded with students who are eager to help and under most circumstances are required to treat real people with real problems. Most schools offer services at a fraction of the standard professional rate. The quality of care is typically very good and the latest techniques are carefully tested. A student will do the work under the watchful eye of nearby instructor. You will be carefully analyzed and receive much needed feedback from an academic environment.

I have recently had the opportunity to chat with few dental students who spoke highly of the schools ability to treat people. Although the costs are a fraction of the professional rates, there is little the school can do if you are completely broke. There is one ray of light if you have absolutely no money ... some students are given the option to pay for services rendered. Why would a student pay? Perhaps out of good will or perhaps they are required to conduct a specific procedure and need a test subject.

This is another path to follow if you need discounted dental help. Please contact the school for service before you arrive. Each school differs slight so it is importance to ask about they programs. There are currently 62 dental schools spread across the country. Find a school close to you and call away!

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AL

University of Alabama School of Dentistry at UAB
1530 3rd Avenue S.
Birmingham 35294-0007
Phone: (205) 934-4720

AZ

Midwestern University College of Dental Medicine- Arizona
19555 North 59th Avenue
Glendale 85308
Phone: (623) 572-3804

A.T. Still University Arizona School of Dentistry and Oral Health
5850 East Still Circle
Mesa 85206
Phone: (480) 219-6081

CA

Loma Linda University School of Dentistry
11092 Anderson St.
Loma Linda 92350
Phone: (909) 558-4222

Herman Ostrow School of Dentistry of USC
925 W. 34th Street
Los Angeles 90089-6041
Phone: (213) 740-3124

University of California at Los Angeles School of Dentistry
Center for Health Science
10833 Le Conte Ave
Los Angeles 90095-1668
Phone: (310) 206-6063

Western University of Health Sciences College of Dental Medicine
College of Dental Medicine
Western University of Health Sciences
309 E. Second Street
Phone: 909-706-3911

University of California at San Francisco School of Dentistry
513 Parnassus Ave
San Francisco 94143
Phone: 415/476-1323

University of the Pacific Arthur A. Dugoni School of Dentistry
2155 Webster Street
San Francisco 94115
Phone: (415) 929-6425

CO

University of Colorado Denver
School of Dental Medicine; Lazzara Center for Oral-Facial Health
13065 E. 17th Avenue
Mail Stop F831
Aurora 80045
Phone: (303) 724-7100

CT

University of Connecticut School of Dental Medicine
263 Farmington Avenue
Farmington 06030-3915
Phone: (860) 679-2808

DC

Howard University College of Dentistry
600 "W" Street, N.W.
Washington 20059
Phone: (202) 806-0019

FL

LECOM College of Dental Medicine
5000 Lakewood Ranch Boulevard
Bradenton 34211
Phone: (814) 866-6641 x5132

Nova Southeastern University College of Dental Medicine
3200 S. University Drive
Fort Lauderdale 33328
Phone: (954) 262-7311

University of Florida College of Dentistry
1600 SW Archer Rd.
P.O. Box 100405
Gainesville 32610-0405
Phone: (352) 273-5800

GA

Georgia Health Sciences University College of Dental Medicine
1120 15th Street
Augusta 30912-0200
Phone: (706) 721-2117

IA

University of Iowa College of Dentistry
100 Dental Science Bldg.
Iowa City 52242
Phone: (319) 335-7144 or 45

IL

Southern Illinois University School of Dental Medicine
2800 College Avenue
Alton 62002
Phone: (618) 474-7125

University of Illinois at Chicago College of Dentistry
801 South Paulina Street
Suite # 102
Chicago 60612
Phone: (312) 996-1040

Midwestern University College of Dental Medicine- Illinois
555 31st Street
Downers Grove 60515
Phone: (630) 515-7275

IN

Indiana University School of Dentistry
1121 West Michigan Street
Indianapolis 46202
Phone: (317) 274-5403

KY

University of Kentucky College of Dentistry
800 Rose Street
Lexington 40536-0297
Phone: (859) 323-1884

University of Louisville School of Dentistry
501 S. Preston Street
Louisville 40292
Phone: 502-852-1304

LA

Louisiana State University School of Dentistry
1100 Florida Avenue
New Orleans 70119-2799
Phone: 504-619-8500

MA

Boston University Goldman School of Dental Medicine
100 East Newton Street
Boston 02118
Phone: 617-638-4780

Harvard University School of Dental Medicine
188 Longwood Avenue
Boston 02115
Phone: (617) 432-1401

Tufts University School of Dental Medicine
One Kneeland Street
Boston 02111
Phone: (617) 636-6656

MD

University of Maryland Baltimore College of Dental Surgery
650 W. Baltimore Street
Suite 6402
Baltimore 21201
Phone: (410) 706-7461

MI

University of Michigan School of Dentistry
1011 N. University Ave.
Ann Arbor 48109-1078
Phone: (734) 763-3311/3111

University of Detroit Mercy School of Dentistry
2700 Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd
Detroit 48208-2576
Phone: (313) 494-6621

MN

University of Minnesota School of Dentistry
Room 15-209 Moos Tower
515 S.E. Delaware Street
Minneapolis 55455

MO

University of Missouri-Kansas City School of Dentistry
650 East 25th Street
Kansas City 64108
Phone: 816-235-2010

MS

University of Mississippi School of Dentistry
Medical Center;
2500 North State Street
Jackson 39216-4505
Phone: 601-984-6000

NC

University of North Carolina School of Dentistry
1090 Old Dental Bldg
Chapel Hill 27599-7450
Phone: (919) 966-2731

East Carolina University School of Dental Medicine
Lakeside Annex 7, Mail Stop 701
Greenville 27832-4354
Phone: 252-737-7401

NE

University of Nebraska Medical Center College of Dentistry
40th & Holdrege Streets
Lincoln 68583-0740
Phone: (402) 472-1344

Creighton University School of Dentistry
2500 California Plaza
Omaha 68178-0240
Phone: (402) 280-5060

NJ

University of Medicine & Dentistry of New Jersey New Jersey Dental School
110 Bergen St.
Newark 07103-2425
Phone: (973) 972-4633

NV

University of Nevada Las Vegas School of Dental Medicine
Shadow Lane Campus
1001 Shadow Lane
Las Vegas 89106-4124
Phone: (702) 774-2500

NY

State University of New York at Buffalo School of Dental Medicine
325 Squire Hall
3435 Main Street
Buffalo 14214-3008
Phone: (716) 829-2836

Columbia University College of Dental Medicine
630 West 168th Street
PH7 East Room 122
New York 10032
Phone: (212) 305-4511

New York University College of Dentistry
345 East 24th Street
New York 10010
Phone: 212/998-9898

State University of New York at Stony Brook School of Dental Medicine
Health Sciences Center
154 Rockland Hall
Stony Brook 11794-8700
Phone: 631-632-8950

OH

Case Western Reserve Univ. School of Dental Medicine
10900 Euclid Avenue
Cleveland 44106-4905
Phone: (216) 368-3266

Ohio State University College of Dentistry
305 West 12th Avenue
Columbus 43210-1267
Phone: 614-292-9750

University of Oklahoma College of Dentistry
1201 N. Stonewall Avenue
Oklahoma City 73117
Phone: (405) 271-5444

OR

Oregon Health and Science University School of Dentistry
611 SW Campus Drive
Portland 97239
Phone: (503) 494-8801

PA

Temple University The Maurice H. Kornberg School of Dentistry
3223 North Broad Street
Philadelphia 19140
Phone: 215-707-2799

University of Pennsylvania School of Dental Medicine
240 South 40th Street
Robert Shattner Center
Philadelphia 19104-6030
Phone: (215) 898-1038

University of Pittsburgh School of Dental Medicine
3501 Terrace Street
Pittsburgh 15261
Phone: (412) 648-1938

PR

University of Puerto Rico School of Dental Medicine
Medical Sciences Campus
Main Building-Office #A103B, 1st Floor
San Juan 00936-5067
Phone: (787) 758-2525 x1118

SC

Medical University of South Carolina James B. Edwards College of Dental Medicine
173 Ashley Ave. MSC 507
PO Box 250507
Charleston 29425-5070
Phone: (843) 792-3811

TN

University of Tennessee College of Dentistry
University of Tennessee Health Science Ctr;
875 Union Avenue
Memphis 38163
Phone: (901) 448-6202

TN

Meharry Medical College School of Dentistry
1005 D.B. Todd Blvd.
Nashville 37208
Phone: (615) 327-6207

TX

Baylor College of Dentistry Component of Texas A & M Health Sci Ctr
3302 Gaston Avenue
Dallas 75246
Phone: (214) 828-8201

The University of Texas School of Dentistry at Houston
6516 M. D. Anderson Blvd.
Room 147
P. O. Box 20068
Houston 77225-0068
Phone: (713) 500-4021

University of Texas Hlth Science Cnt-San Antonio Dental School
7703 Floyd Curl Drive
Mail Code 7914
San Antonio 78284-7914
Phone: (210) 567-3160

UT

Roseman University of Health Sciences College of Dental Medicine
10920 S. Riverfront Park
South Jordan 84095
Phone: 801-878-1400

VA

Virginia Commonwealth University School of Dentistry
P.O. Box 980566
520 North 12th Street
450 Lyons Building
Richmond 23298-0566
Phone: (804) 827-2077

WA

University of Washington-Health Sciences School of Dentistry
D322 Health Sciences Bldg.
1959 NE Pacific St.
Seattle 98195
Phone: (206) 543-5982

WI

Marquette University School of Dentistry
1801 W. Wisconsin Avenue
Milwaukee 53233
Phone: (414) 288-7485

WV

West Virginia University School of Dentistry
Robert C. Byrd Health Sci Ctr.
1150 HSC North/Medical Center Drive
PO Box 9400
Morgantown 26506-9400
Phone: 304/293-2521

 

 

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DATE: 11/25/2016 12:28:32 PM ... SCREEN NAME: nhobbs
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DATE: 10/10/2015 12:53:57 PM ... SCREEN NAME: Morena
Hi Mary,I would advise you to try and gain some work exnrciepee in a dental practice or hospital, and do anything you can to show potential employers that you are serious about becoming a dental nurse, for example, complete an approved first aid course, make sure you are up to date on CPR techniques, read about what is involved in being a dental nurse and learn as much as you can about the dental profession and dental treatments. There is lots for you to read about on my website!!With some exnrciepee and knowledge behind you, you will be able to show your enthusiasm not only in your covering letter and CV, but also in an interview!!Good luck.Katy.
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DATE: 5/11/2013 3:48:49 PM ... SCREEN NAME:
I live in Woodbridge, Va. I need help big time and my wallet along with my mouth is near death it would take a intervention from God to get the help I need
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DATE: 12/1/2012 4:46:57 PM ... SCREEN NAME:
i am 29 i need all my teeth to come out please help me God bless you it wold change my life i have no monney dennisrodgers12@gmail.com
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DATE: 12/1/2012 4:40:54 PM ... SCREEN NAME: dennis
i am 29 i need all my teeth to come out please help me God bless you it wold change my life dennisrodgers12@gmail.com
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My screen name is Babe. It didn't go through with my husband is in the military.
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DATE: 10/14/2012 1:23:42 PM ... SCREEN NAME:
My husbands served six years in the military and we can't get help with his teeth problems. His teeth are all decayed and they are going to be falling out soon. We need help asap. Thank you.
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DATE: 10/1/2012 8:24:02 PM ... SCREEN NAME: bonitalotus@gmail.com
I am a 35 year old woman with two teeth that need to come out I have no slept in about two months and I still in pain need so kind of help please God help anyone if u or u know a place I can get help email me A.S.A.P. thank you and have bless day or night.
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DATE: 9/23/2012 8:06:49 PM ... SCREEN NAME: Vincent
Hi Flo,I think if you really do enjoy being a danetl nurse you need to do whatever you can to overcome your fear of vomit!!In all my years as a danetl nurse I think I've only ever seen two patients be sick and that was young children having their first ever alginate impressions, and nothing whatsoever to do with aspirating!!When you aspirate you need to be confident, it's a massive part of the job. Try not to put the suction tube too far back in any patients mouth! Usually if the tooth being treated is on the side closest to you, positioning the aspirator tip buccally is sufficient. If the tooth being treated is on the side of the mouth furthest from you, place the aspirator tube either lingually for lowers and palatally for uppers. A good tip if you have a patient who gags easily is to place the aspirator either buccally (if possible) or resting on an existing tooth ensuring you dont touch their tongue .basically avoid their soft tissues if possible.Practice makes perfect! You will eventually learn to become quite skilled at aspirating but while you are learning try not to worry about patients being sick, some may gag but it is highly unlikely they will actually vomit.Perhaps you could look into some sort of treatment to help combat your fear hypnosis or anything else which may help you, obviously this phobia could hold you back if not dealt with, so its definitely worth finding some treatment which could work for you!I hope this helps answer your question,Katy.
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DATE: 4/27/2012 1:08:25 PM ... SCREEN NAME: froggie04101@gmail.com
im a 30 yr old female and i resently had two beautiful children im diabled and i dont have money to cover my dental work ive tryed free clinics but they refuse to help me until i buy 195 dollars worth xrays besides that my front teeth are loose and i have tons of other work that they dont do so there for i need help i cant afford dental assuranse and i cant afford the work sooo pleeeese help me i dont want to be a pumpkin head the best thing about me is smile and i would really like to keep it that way i already starting not to like to smile as much as i use to if you can help me notify me asap thanks
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DATE: 4/9/2012 8:28:31 PM ... SCREEN NAME:
iam 57 years old cancer survivor haD PRETTY GOOD TEETH UNTIL CHEMO AND RADITION NOW MY TEETH ARE ALL LOOSE AND BREAKING OFF IN GUMS AND HAVE A LOT OF PAIN CAN NOT AFFORD TO GO TO DENTIST SOCIAL SECURITY DONT LEAVE IT IN THE BUDGET IF YOU CAN HELP PLEASE NOTIFY ME THANKS
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DATE: 3/19/2012 6:51:15 PM ... SCREEN NAME: nitamowill@yahoo.com
im 38 and i grind my teeth at night. i have done this all my life. all of my teeth are falling out. i don't smile, and i put my hand over my face when i talk. please help i would like to smile again.
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DATE: 2/12/2012 4:01:19 AM ... SCREEN NAME: reneeforney@yahoo.com
i need dental work really bad don't have dental insurance someone please help me
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