If you have a toothache or facial swelling, you may be treated at the Student Oral Surgery Clinic even if you are not a current patient at the college's clinics.
2020 Center Closed Dates
- Friday, June 26
- Friday, July 3
- Monday, September 7
- Friday, October 2
- Monday, October 19 -- Friday, October 23
- Wednesday, November 11
- Thursday, November 26
- Friday, November 27
- Monday, December 21 -- Friday, January 1, 2021
Fees and Payment
- Dental fees must be paid upon registration.
- The Student Oral Surgery Clinic accepts payment in the form of cash, check and credit card. No billing or payment arrangements can be made.
- Please view our accepted Group Insurance plans and Medicaid and Managed Care plans for the Oral Surgery clinic here.
- Patients for the day are selected by a lottery system at 7:00 a.m., Monday-Friday.
- The drawing for both morning and afternoon clinics takes place at 7:00 a.m., so even if you would prefer to be treated in the afternoon, you must be here for the 7:00 a.m. drawing.
If your problem should occur after 5:00 p.m., on a weekend, or on a date the clinic is closed, you should go to the emergency room at your nearest hospital and ask for the dentist on call. Please bring a list of all medications you are presently taking and the dosage.
Patients seeking extraction of multiple teeth, third molar/wisdom teeth extraction, IV sedation or any other procedure deemed not to be appropriate for a student will be examined with the aid of an X-ray and will be referred to patient screening for student assignment or the resident oral surgery clinic.
Patients requesting treatment with nitrous oxide sedation will be assessed an additional fee.
Children are not allowed in the clinical area. If you must bring a child under 12, he or she must remain with a responsible adult at all times.
Reduced-Fee Dental Care
UF College of Dentistry students and faculty participate in programs such as the We Care Physicians Network (352-334-7926).Such programs provide limited services for qualified individuals that may be reduced in fees.
Conditions & Services
- Analgesia (nitrous oxide)
- Dental x-rays
- IV sedation
- Oral Surgery
- Tooth extractions
To obtain a copy of your medical records from UF Health Student Oral Surgery, please contact 352-273-6705.
Pay your bill
Please have your billing statement along with your debit / credit card or bank account information. Your account number is located in the top righthand corner of your statement.
The UF College of Dentistry dental centers in Gainesville, Hialeah, Naples, St. Petersburg and Wildlight accept a variety of Group Insurance and Medicaid and Managed Care insurance plans. Please visit our Accepted Insurances page for information on accepted insurance for each of our statewide dental clinics. If you have a different dental insurance, payment is required at the time of service. However, we can assist you in filing for reimbursement from your insurance company by providing a dental claim form.
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Help us maintain our strong commitment to patients and to promoting good health in our communities: please don't smoke, chew tobacco or use electronic cigarettes on UF Health-owned or -operated properties. Thank you.