The CU Dental Clinics at the University of Colorado School of Dental Medicine provide excellent dental care in a state-of-the-art facility on the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus. We are home to several different clinics, each providing the "academic difference" - which means that our patient's treatment plans are reviewed by experienced faculty, compared with best practices from the latest dental literature, and patient care is overseen every step of the way.
Our adolescent and adult clinics are located under the same roof, and our pediatric Healthy Smiles Clinic is located just around the corner at Children's Hospital Colorado.
The School of Dental Medicine is able to provide dental care to many patients while providing a clinical education for our dental, international, and post-graduate program students. As part of the University of Colorado School of Dental Medicine, many of our fees are more affordable and significantly less than private dental offices, however, we do charge for our dental care.
The students, residents and faculty at the School of Dental Medicine nearly 100,000 direct clinical visits each year to individuals both on the Anschutz Medical Campus and across the state to some of Colorado’s most underserved populations.
CU Dental Team Care Clinics
Patients in the School of Dental Medicine Dental Student Clinic receive thorough, comprehensive care at significantly discounted rates. Highly-supervised dentists-in-training are assisted by expert clinic staff and dentists who oversee all aspects of the treatment. Our state-of-the-art facilities ensure that your dental needs are served with outstanding results.
To learn more about our screening process and how you can become a patient, please call
303-724-6900 (select option 2).
CU Adolescent Dental Clinic
The Adolescent Dental Clinic is designed for children aged 12 - 18 and aimed at preventing and managing oral disease. In this clinic, patients will receive regular dental care including check-ups, cleanings, and fluoride treatments. Dental treatments include filings, root canals, gum disease treatment, 3rd molar extractions (wisdom teeth), and more.
To learn more or to make an appointment, call 303-724-TEEN (303-724-8336).
CU Dental Faculty Practice
In our practice, you can expect compassionate, expert care in all disciplines of dentistry. We will provide you with thorough diagnosis and treatment options, while offering state-of-the-art procedures and techniques to complete your care.
Each of our providers are educators at the University of Colorado School of Dental Medicine with many lecturing to their peers nationwide.
Learn more about our Dental Faculty Practice
To schedule an appointment, please call 303-724-5505
Our professional orthodontic faculty and residents will supervise you or your child’s treatment every step of the way. Your smile will benefit from a plan of action best suited for your particular treatment needs. Our patients end up with life-long results at a price you can afford.
Learn more about our philosophy of care, pricing and products
To schedule an appointment, please call 303-724-7002
CU Emergency and Urgent Dental Care Clinic
The CU Emergency and Urgent Dental Care Clinic provides emergency care and is available on a fee-for-service basis for individuals who are experiencing a true dental emergency. Services is limited to diagnosis (finding the cause) of the patient's emergency, and if appropriate, treatment to control pain or infection.
This clinic is available on a first come, first serve basis Monday through Friday. Clinic sessions being at 9 am and 2 pm.
Learn more about the Emergency Clinic hours and patient care
Call 303 724 6941 for Emergency Clinic information
CU Advanced Dental Care Clinics
Graduate Practice Residency (GPR), Graduate Periodontics, Oral Surgery, Radiology
CU Advanced Dental Care Clinic provides superb patient care and affordable rates while providing a high level of clinical expertise right at your chair. Care is provided by dentists who are continuing their clinical training in one of two residency programs; Graduate Practice Residency and Graduate Periodontics. Supervised by active, working endodontists, prosthodontists, periodontists, and oral surgeons, our patients receive treatment specific to their particular needs. Services include general dentistry, biopsies, bridges, crowns, dentures, implants, root canals, and third molar extractions (wisdom teeth).
The Graduate General Dentistry Practice can provide a wide array of services including but not limited to general dentistry, biopsies, bridges, crowns, dentures, implants, periodontal disease, root canals, third molar extractions (wisdom teeth) and multiple extractions with iv sedation.
To schedule an appointment with one of the Graduate Practice Residents, oral surgery or radiology, please call 303-724-6941.
The Graduate Periodontal Clinic services include but not limited to periodontal disease, receding gums, implants, gum grafting, and other gum related health concerns.
For gum-related issues, please call 303-724-7009 for the Graduate Periodontic Clinic.