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Becoming a Patient


The Dental Clinics of the University of Illinois at Chicago, College of Dentistry offer a complete range of quality dental and oral health services. We are committed to serving the oral health needs of Chicago and neighboring communities, however due to our restricted capacity; we must limit the number of patients seen daily.

Minimum diagnostic fees, which include an exam and radiograph (x-ray) are required at the initial appointment. Additional fees will apply if specific treatment is warranted. Payment in full is due at the time of service. The college accepts cash, credit/debit card, or checks.

  • Medicaid (Public Aid) is accepted in selected student clinics. Your treatment may be covered by Medicaid based on eligibility. Payment out of pocket is required for non-covered procedures at the time of service.

Comprehensive Care (Adult)

Screening for our Comprehensive Care program is by APPOINTMENT ONLY. To schedule your appointment, please call 312.996.1265 Monday through Friday. Because of the high volume of calls we receive, it may be necessary to call several times to connect with scheduling personnel.

The fee for a screening evaluation and indicated x-ray is currently $97.00 and is due on the date of your screening appointment. The college accepts cash, credit/debit card, or checks.

Screenings may be limited due to student breaks, holidays, licensing exams and graduation.

Faculty Dental Practice

The Allen W. Anderson Faculty Dental Practice provides quality comprehensive oral health care in a private practice setting. Fees for treatment in the faculty dental practice are comparable to those charged by private dentists in the area. For more information, please call 312.413.2835

Specialty Clinics / Advanced Clinics

Orthodontic (Braces), Endodontic (Root Canal), Pediatric Dentistry, Periodontic, Prosthodontic, and Oral Surgery treatment is available in our post-doctoral clinics. Treatment is provided by dentists and faculty who have chosen to specialize in one of the above areas. Patients may call the main number at 312.996.7555 and listen for the appropriate prompt.


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