All University of Minnesota Dental Clinics to reopen July 6
All University of Minnesota Dental Clinics will reopen Monday, July 6, with enhanced measures in place to limit exposure and potential spread of the COVID-19 virus. The clinics will continue to take emergency dental patients. Read More.
"We, the School of Dentistry at the University of Minnesota, are heartbroken by the inhumanity that led to George Floyd's death. Racism, inequality, and injustice in our community and country must be addressed now. As healthcare providers in the Twin Cities, we remain committed to serving every patient with respect, dignity, thoughtfulness, and care. Thank you for trusting us and allowing us to care for your oral health."
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
For adults: General dentistry care provided by dental students supervised by faculty
General dentistry and orthodontic care provided by School of Dentistry faculty
For a wide range of services, from dental implants to root canals to gum disease
For children ages 1 to 15
In our communities around the state and region
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.
Make an appointment: 612-625-2495