Graduate Specialty Clinics
Providers are licensed dentists with a DMD or DDS degree who are either residents or postgraduate students training to specialize in a particular field of dentistry.
These clinics typically charge fees that are much less than a standard private dental clinic but more than the student clinics.
Treats patients with temporomandibular, facial and head pain that are not tooth-related.
Root canal therapy for prevention and treatment of pulpal (nerve) infections.
Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery
Routine and complex tooth extraction, removal of diseased tissue, and surgical treatment of injuries.
Oral Medicine Clinic
Dental care to medically compromised patients.
Braces. Correction of alignment of the teeth and jaw in adults and children.
Treatment for children 12 and under. Parents or guardians must be present.
Gum disease prevention and treatment (gingival).
Traditional treatment methods, as well as cosmetic restoration, advanced replacement of teeth with crowns, bridges, removable partial and complete dentures.
Special Care Center
Treats patients who are physically or developmentally challenged.