Faculty Dental Practice
"I choose OHSU for expertise.
I get to see a doctor's doctor —
somebody who teaches the dentists
- Our Faculty Dental Practice, located in the School of Dentistry, is staffed by expert faculty dentists who
provide the most technologically-advanced care.
- 0% financing
- Short wait for appoinment times.
- Post-doctoral specialty clinics.
- Offering electronic dental records and digital imaging.
CONTACT US TODAY
To schedule an appointment with the Faculty Dentist Practice, call
(503) 494-4316 or email FacultyDental@ohsu.edu.
"I choose OHSU for lower cost.
The treatment is high-quality and my insurance dollars go a lot further."
- Our pre-doctoral dental students provide outstanding care under the direct supervision of faculty dentists.
- Fees are typically 30-40% lower than private practice.
- Most appointments last around three hours.
CONTACT US TODAY
To schedule an appointment with a dental student call (503) 494-8867 or email SodContactUs@ohsu.edu.
Frequently Asked Questions
Do you accept dental insurance?
Most insurance plans are accepted, including ODS, Aetna and Medicaid.
What are your hours?
Monday-Friday, 8 a.m.-noon, and 1-5 p.m.
Where are you located?
We are located on Marquam Hill near the Casey Eye Institute at 611 SW Campus Drive, in Portland, Oregon (driving directions).
Our pre-doctorial clinic has an additional location at 214 N. Russell Street in Portland. Please call 503 494-6822 for the OHSU Russell Street Dental Clinic.
FIND AN OHSU DENTIST
View a complete list of available dentists.
We offer a full range of services to meet your and your family’s oral health care needs
- General dental care: examinations, cleanings, fillings.
- Periodontal care: gum treatments.
- Endodontics: root canals.
- Dental implants
- Oral surgery: extractions, biopsies, wisdom teeth.
- Pediatric care: children’s dentistry.
- Prosthodontic services: crowns, bridges, partial dentures, full dentures.
- Radiology: X-rays, general and specialized such as cone beam imaging.
- Orthodontics: braces to straighten teeth.
- Sleep apnea treatment: oral devices to treat breathing problems while asleep.
- Temporomandibular joint treatment: treatment of the jaw joint to eliminate pain.
- Sedation for dental care: medications to relax you or put you to sleep while getting dental care.