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To make an appointment, please call (352) 273-6700. You will be directed to a UF dental center that best meets your oral health care needs.
In this center, dental students treat patients under faculty supervision. Patients appointments usually take longer since this is a dental student educational environment. Patients are selected through a screening process to ensure their needs meet the educational experiences for dental students. If you are interested, please call (352) 273-6701 or download our screening application.
Dental Residency Centers
Residents, who have a dental degree and are specializing in an area of dentistry, practice with faculty supervision. Fees are generally 80 percent of those in private practice.
- Endodontics - (352) 273-5430
- General and Esthetic Dentistry - (352) 273-7957
- Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery - (352) 273-6731
- Orthodontics - (352) 273-5651
- Pediatrics – (352) 273-7643
- Periodontics - (352) 273-7846
- Prosthodontics - (352) 273-6910
Dental Faculty Practices
Our expert faculty provide general and specialty oral health care in one location in a private practice setting for patients 14 years of age and older. Fees are comparable to private practice.
- General Dentistry, Facial Pain, Prosthodontics & Maxillofacial Prosthodontics – (352) 273-7954
- Endodontics, Orthodontics, Periodontics and Facial Pain – (352) 273-7960
- Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery – (352) 273-6731
- Oral Medicine – (352) 273-6741
- Center for Implant Dentistry – (352) 273-6715
About the College of Dentistry
Established in 1972, the UF College of Dentistry is one of three dental schools in Florida and is a national leader in dental education, research, patient care and service.
Our students, residents and faculty participate in interdisciplinary learning and research that benefits the college and community, and also results in a well-rounded curriculum that produces dentists skillful in the art and science of dentistry.
Through the UF Statewide Network for Community Oral Health, the college improves access to dental care for Florida’s residents, focusing on vulnerable and indigent populations and special needs patients. The college has become one of the largest providers of low-cost dental care in Florida, and the students and faculty also give of themselves in providing free dental treatment to underserved populations during educational service trips abroad and at home.