Western university dental center

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COVID-19 Service Change: Classes and support services available online until further notice. Program: Schulich Medicine and Dentistry - Dental Clinic Organization: Western University

Contact Information Phone Numbers: Main Adult Clinic: 519-661-3326
Children's Clinic: 519-661-3329
Dental Emergency Clinic: 519-661-3331 Fax: Main Adult and Emergency Clinics: 519-661-3636
Children's Clinic: 519-661-3713 Email: [email protected] Website: www.schulich.uwo.ca/dentistry/ Address: Dental Sciences Building
University of Western Ontario, 1003
London, ON
N6A 5C1
Intersection: Western Rd Location: London (Northwest) Hours: Administration: Mon-Fri 8am-5:30pm
Adult and Emergency Clinics: Mon-Fri 9am-12noon, 2pm-5pm (by appointment only * call to confirm Fri hours)
Children's Clinic: Mon-Thu 9am-12noon, 2pm-5pm (by appointment only) Dates: Sep-Jun * closed on holidays, March Break and most of Dec
Description of Services: General dental treatment and a teaching facility for dental students who are supervised by faculty members
Requirements Fees: Set fee but lower than those recommended by the Ontario Dental Association Eligibility - Population(s) Served: Adults in need of general dental treatment Application: Call to arrange a screening appointment (clinical evaluation to determine eligibility for treatment) or referral from private dentist * waiting period for screening Accessibility: Wheelchair Accessible      Wheelchair Accessible Languages: English Area(s) Served: London and area  
Sours: https://www.informationlondon.ca/Services/Basic_Needs/Display/14907/Dental_Clinic

Steven W. Friedrichsen, DDS Message from the Dean

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About Our ProgramInnovation in dental education makes WesternU’s new College of Dental Medicine an excellent choice if you want to practice the dentistry of today and tomorrow. The curriculum and new facilities were designed to incorporate innovative ideas and the latest equipment.

DMD – 4 Year Program

International Dentist Program

Advanced Education in General Dentistry

Mission and Goals

Mission and Goals


Western University College of Dental Medicine will be a premier center for integrative educational innovation; basic and translational research; and high quality, patient-centered, interprofessional health care, all conducted in a setting that utilizes advanced technology and promotes individual dignity and potential for personal and professional growth.





Sours: https://www.westernu.edu/dentistry/
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Dental Care Services

The Dental center includes a state-of-the-art, 68-chair treatment area. It also boasts separate treatment rooms for more specialized dental exams and procedures.

Student physicians work under the direct supervision of licensed dental faculty to deliver quality and comprehensive oral health care with a strong emphasis on preventive dental care. Our faculty and student practitioners also educate you on how to practice a healthy lifestyle and maintain daily oral care habits for your good health.

You may use WesternU Health Dental services on your own or with a referral from your primary dental professional. Second opinions are welcome.

Appointments are generally longer than they would be at a private dental office. This means that you will get a thorough exam using specialized state-of-the-art equipment and have adequate time to discuss your condition and recommendations. Cost for service is usually about 40-50% less than a private dental office.

Sours: https://www.westernuhealth.com/pomona/services/dental/

About Western University of Health Sciences Dental Center

Hours: Mondays through Fridays 9:00am - 4:30pm. General Dental Services. The Dental Center is located on the third floor of the Patient Care Center and includes a state-of-the-art,68-chair treatment area. Patients are seen by appointment, but prompt emergency care is also available. Please call for more information. Dental Services:     Exams     Dental x-rays     Cleanings     Oral cancer screenings     Periodontal (gum) care     Fluoride treatments     Dental tooth sealants     Fillings     Crowns     Root canals     Bridgework     Dentures     Pediatric dentistry     Dental Implants Insurance Accepted: The Dental Center accepts Delta Dental, Met-Life DPO and Denti-Cal. As a courtesy, the Dental Center will assist in submitting claims on behalf of patients for reimbursement with most dental insurance carriers. Fees: The Dental Center offers economically priced dental services. Patients must pay for all services as they are provided. Medicaid is also accepted. The fee is $10 for the initial exam and assessment, and $50 for the entire exam. Additional treatment appointments, if necessary, are "pay as you go." Delta Dental PPO, Met Life PPO, and Medi-Cal insurance plans are accepted. Financing is available through Care Credit.  

Hours of operation:

  • Monday 9:00 AM - 4:30 PM
  • Tuesday 9:00 AM - 4:30 PM
  • Wednesday 9:00 AM - 4:30 PM
  • Thursday 9:00 AM - 4:30 PM
  • Friday 9:00 AM - 4:30 PM
  • Saturday closed
  • Sunday closed

Questions To Ask Your Dentist
1. How am I expected to pay?
2. What are the costs for services. Is this discounted or based on income?
3. What Documents am I required to provide?
4. Do you need me to provide income statements in order to verify discounts, mail to provide residency?
5. How are the instruments sterilized?
Heat sterilization is very important for all instruments. If you are not comfortable with their answer, you can choose another office.

Western University of Health Sciences Dental Center Community Questionnaire

Are you familiar with Western University of Health Sciences Dental Center? Help users like you answer some of the questions they have about Western University of Health Sciences Dental Center.

Frequently Asked Questions

Question:If I don't qualify for free care or sliding scale, based on my income, how much do I have to pay for dental services?
Answer:The cost of dental services varies from State to State, and, from one Clinic to another. We have a question and answer section above that may answer some of your questions. If it does not, please call the clinic directly. We list the phone number above.

Question: Do I qualify for free or low cost services in a Community Health Center if I have an Insurance that does not cover everything and with a high deductible?
Answer:A community Health Center can be used by anyone, whether they have insurance or not, the cost will be based on a sliding scale. Contact your local community health care for more information.

Question:Can I schedule, reschedule, or cancel an appointment with a Clinic through your website?
Answer: No. We do not have direct contact with any of the Clinics listed on our website, we only provide the locations with the clinics and/or Community Health Centers contact information, you must call them directly.

Question:Who should I contact to inform that a Clinic have moved to a different location, and/or changed their phone number, or, any other information changed or is wrong, to update the listing?
Answer:Please leave a comment on the form directly above this section. Please be specific on the listing that needs updating, with the new information; or, you may send an email to [email protected] with the new information. Make sure you mention the name and address of the listing. If the Clinic moved location, please mention the previous address in order for us to locate it within our listings.

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Sours: https://www.dentalclinics.org/lis/ca-western_university_of_health_sciences_dental_center

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We Care Dental

Dental Residency Program


Program Overview

The Advanced Education In General Dentistry (AEGD) program located in Rancho Mirage is a one-year postdoctoral certificate program in general dentistry. This residency program is specifically designed to provide advanced training in clinical dentistry and refine the skills necessary for the general dentist to provide comprehensive patient care for all population groups. The program includes didactic and clinical components. The didactic experience is designed to enrich pre-doctoral training in diagnostic and clinical sciences. The focus of the clinical curriculum provides in-house comprehensive care to a wide range of patients including special needs/medically compromised presenting with complex dental needs.

We Care Dental has served the Coachella Valley and Riverside population since 2009. In 2015, the AEGD program was established by a joint effort between Western University of Health Sciences College of Dental Medicine and NYU Langone Medical Center. The program includes 2 residents and a general dentist faculty member in attendance during each clinic period to assist the resident with patient management and clinical problems as comprehensive care is administered. Predoctoral students from WesternU College of Dental Medicine rotate to the clinic and participate in a team based approach to patient care with residents and faculty. Residents learn and participate in the practice management aspects of the clinical operation.

At the state-of-the art facility residents have many opportunities to enhance their clinical skills and knowledge in various dental disciplines such as prosthodontics, periodontal and oral surgery, esthetic dentistry, implant dentistry, orthodontics, and endodontics. If you have question about the AEGD program, please contact the individuals listed above.

This program is accredited by the Commission on Dental Accreditation of the American Dental Association.

For more information please contact:

Dr. Candice Schwartz, BDS, MBA
Community Site Managing Partner

Denise Frances, DMD
Associate Director
[email protected]

Sours: https://www.westernu.edu/wecaredental/
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Main Clinic (Adult)

Working with dental patient in the main adult clinic

LocationGround Floor of the Dental Sciences Building
AppointmentYou MUST have an appointment
Appt. Times9:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon and 2:00 to 5:00 p.m.
Closed onFederal/provincial holidays
March break
Summer (July – August) break
Most of December to allow for exams

Schulich Dentistry is a teaching institution, and thus, all care is provided by dental students, and supervised by licensed dentists. High standards are required of our students and our clinical faculty continually evaluates their skills. However, patients will pay lower fees for dental procedures of very high quality.

We are open only during the academic school year. Thus, the dental school is closed on all federal/provincial holidays, March break, summer (July – August) break, and most of December to allow for exam.

Please plan to spend up to 3 hours per appointment. This attention to detail requires more of your time, but assures you of quality dental care. We will work with you to incorporate your dental treatment desires into the treatment plan that will be designed for you.

Schulich Dentistry reserves the right to terminate, limit, or refuse treatment to any patient who is uncooperative, or refuses to accept and follow our policies or the treatment proposed to you.

The first step in becoming a patient is to schedule an initial screening appointment. The length of time it takes to be called for the screening appointment depends on the types of treatment needed by our students for the purposes of progression through the program. The wait can be months to over a year in length. It is during the screening that it is determined whether the patient is accepted for regular treatment, based on the teaching needs of the School, patient's time availability, patient's health and the complexity of the patient's dental needs. 

The initial screening appointment consists of an evaluation by a faculty member. At this time, the educational value of your dental needs is determined. You will be informed that you are accepted for all or part of the treatment you need. If your dental needs would not serve as a good teaching case, it will be suggested that you seek outside care. Examples that patients are not accepted are some medical problems or treatment may be too complex for our teaching program.

You will be assigned to a dental student who will contact you to arrange a treatment planning appointment. During this appointment you will be examined by students and faculty to determine your dental needs and develop a treatment plan. Your proposed treatment plan will be explained to you and and the estimated cost. Communication regarding appointments, treatment and any other pertinent matters should be directly with the student dentist that you have been assigned to.

 For more information, please view the Being a Patient page.

Sours: https://www.schulich.uwo.ca/dentistry/dental_clinics/main_clinic_adult.html

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