Dental Clinics to provide emergency care, non-emergency appointments cancelled through April 29

The University of Minnesota Dental Clinics will be providing emergency dental care as all dental elective surgeries and procedures will be postponed until at least April 29. Please read more to see if you have an oral health emergency. Read More.

University of Minnesota School of Dentistry student posing for a photo in the dental clinic

Open for dental emergencies

The University of Minnesota Dental Clinics will be providing emergency oral health care as all non-essential or elective dental surgeries and procedures have been postponed indefinitely per executive order by Gov. Tim Walz.

The University of Minnesota Dental Clincis will provide emergency care.

Call 612-625-2495 or read more for more information.

Find a clinic

There are more than 105,000 patient visits to our campus-based clinics each year, and 48,000 to our community-based clinics. Because most are teaching clinics, our fees are generally lower than average while incorporating the latest research and patient care technologies.


Clinics by type

Comprehensive care clinics

For adults: General dentistry care provided by dental students supervised by faculty

Faculty clinics

General dentistry and orthodontic care provided by School of Dentistry faculty

Specialty clinics

For a wide range of services, from dental implants to root canals to gum disease

Pediatric clinics

For children ages 1 to 15

Community-based clinics

In our communities around the state and region

Research clinics

Oral health research and clinical trials for which some patients may qualify

Conditions we treat

Below is a sampling of the services we provide. Contact individual clinics for fees, hours, insurance, and a full list of services.

  • Braces
  • Bridges
  • Cancer
  • Cleft lip and cleft palate
  • Cosmetic dentistry
  • Crowns
  • Dental anxiety
  • Dental cleanings and dental hygiene
  • Dentures and partial dentures
  • General dentistry
  • Gum disease
  • Implants
  • Infections
  • Jaw pain
  • Oral cancer
  • Orthodontics
  • Patients with underlying conditions
  • Pediatrics
  • Root canals
  • Sleep apnea
  • Special needs
  • Toothaches
  • Tooth trauma

Clinics by location

Moos Tower

Moos Tower

School of Dentistry headquarters on the East Bank of the University of Minnesota-Twin Cities campus

West Bank M-Health buildings

Campus-Wide

Other clinic locations on the University of Minnesota-Twin Cities campus

Community based clinics

Community-Based Clinics

Clinics in Minneapolis, St. Paul, Greater Minnesota, North Dakota, South Dakota, and Montana