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COVID-19 PPE

The UF College of Dentistry, along with dental centers across the United States, made changes to the physical environment and took other steps to help protect our patients, and our care providers, in light of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. Some changes may be transparent to you but some things may look a little different. Below we outline what patients can expect to see during your dental appointments. While many things have changed, one thing has remained the same: our commitment to patient safety.

We are happy to answer any questions you may have about the steps we take to keep you, and every patient, safe in our practice.


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Infection control has always been a top priority for UF College of Dentistry centers so that when you receive care, it’s both safe and comfortable.

All UF College of Dentistry centers follow infection control recommendations from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) and guidance from the American Dental Association (ADA) including new ones created as a result of COVID-19.

If new recommendations are issued by the CDC, OSHA, the ADA or other regulatory agencies, we will adjust as necessary to help protect you, our care providers, and everyone in the communities we serve.


What Can I Expect at My Next Appointment?

  • We will contact you before your appointment to ask some screening questions. You’ll be asked those same questions again and we will take your take your temperature when you arrive for your appointment.
  • Please wear a mask to your appointment. If you do not have one, we will give you one when you enter the dental center.
  • If possible, come to your appointment alone or, if someone traveled with you, ask them to wait in the car or outside. We are doing our part to minimize the number of people in any area. If your child has a dental appointment, we ask that only one adult accompany him or her.
  • We will ask you to use hand sanitizer when you come in our facility before and after your procedure.
  • Our waiting areas will no longer have magazines or children’s toys since those items are difficult to clean and disinfect.
  • Our appointments will be staggered as best as possible to allow for social distancing so you may not have as many options for appointment times. We appreciate your patience during this time.
  • Care providers will wear higher-levels of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) depending on the type of care provided including head covers, face shields and face masks that provide additional protection for everyone in the clinical environment, including you and all our patients.
  • We also enhanced our disinfectant procedures between appointments and added environmental protections to clinical care spaces and check-in/check-out areas. These include physical barriers like plastic screens and sheeting, air filtration, and other safeguards.

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Video appointments provide emergency care and patient screening via a secure platform, Zoom. This allows patients to remain at home for screening and appropriate care management.

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Teledentistry video appointments are safe and secure, and support directives for social distancing.

Teledentistry video appointments are safe and secure, and support directives for social distancing.

 

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Patients for the day are selected by a lottery system at 7:00 am (Monday-Friday). If you prefer to be treated in the afternoon, you must be here for the 7:00 am drawing.


The Student Oral Surgery Clinic is a walk-in facility that provides urgent care for adult patients in pain. Minors between the ages of 13 and 17 years old can also be seen here when accompanied by a parent or legal guardian. If you have a toothache or facial swelling, you may be treated at the Student Oral Surgery Clinic even if you are not a current patient at the college’s clinics.


Clinic Contact Information & Map

  • Clinic Phone: (352) 273-6705
  • Clinic Location:1395 Center Drive, D1-108, Gainesville, FL 32610
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Fees and Payment

  • $195.00 (includes exam, X-ray and extraction of one simple tooth)
  • Dental fees must be paid upon registration.
  • The Student Oral Surgery Clinic accepts payment in the form of cash, check and credit card. No billing or payment arrangements can be made.
  • The clinic accepts the following insurance: CMS and Medicaid. Medicaid patients must present proof of Medicaid (gold card or Social Security card with a picture ID).

Patient Information

If your problem should occur after 5:00 p.m., on a weekend, or on a date the clinic is closed, you should go to the emergency room at your nearest hospital and ask for the dentist on call. Please bring a list of all medications you are presently taking and the dosage.

Patients seeking extraction of multiple teeth, third molar/wisdom teeth extraction, IV sedation or any other procedure deemed not to be appropriate for a student will be examined with the aid of an X-ray and will be referred to patient screening for student assignment or the resident oral surgery clinic.

Patients requesting treatment with nitrous oxide sedation will be assessed an additional fee.

Children are not allowed in the clinical area. If you must bring a child under 12, he or she must remain with a responsible adult at all times.


Reduced-Fee Dental Care

UF College of Dentistry students and faculty participate in programs such as the We Care Physicians Network (352-334-7926).Such programs provide limited services for qualified individuals that may be reduced in fees.


Dental Records Request

All requests must include the following:

  • Patient’s full name
  • Date of birth
  • Verification of Indentity (Driver’s License, ID Card, Passport, etc.)
  • Name, address, and telephone number where the records are to be sent
  • Purpose of the request
  • Specific items or dates of service needed
  • Any restrictions on the request
  • Date of the request
  • Signature of the patient or, if the patient is a child, the parent or guardian
  • Date this authorization expires (authorizations must be less than one year old)
  • If signed by a personal representative, a description of his/her authority to act for the individual and a copy of the document giving that authority.

Email request to:

Fax request to:

Mail request to:

  • University of Florida – College of Dentistry
    Dental Records
    P.O. Box 100425
    Gainesville, FL 32610-0425
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If you are experiencing a medical emergency or life-threatening circumstances, please call 911. If you wish to speak to a mental health clinician immediately, please dial 352.265.5481. 

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New Patients - Call Us

  • Medical Appointments: Call 352.265.5555 to schedule an appointment. We’re available 8 a.m. - 5 p.m., Monday - Friday.
  • Dental Appointments: Call 352.273.6700, or fill out the Dental Appointment form below.

Online Dental Appointments

To request a dental appointment online, please fill out the form below or call 352.273.6700

Do not use this form if you have a dental emergency, such as oral pain or swelling. If you have an emergency:

  • Current UF Dental patients should call your primary dental provider. If you call after we close, you will be given emergency directions.
  • If you are not a current patient and do not have a dental provider, contact your primary care provider, an urgent care or emergency medical center, or UF Student Oral Surgery.

The UF College of Dentistry does not provide free care.

For free care, visit this search engine of federally-funded safety net clinics where fees are charged based on your ability to pay. These clinics provide primary care, prescriptions and other health care; some have dental clinics.

To request a dental appointment online, please fill out the form below:

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  • Faculty Dental Practice | Expert faculty provide care in a private practice environment; fees are comparable to private practice
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The Department of Restorative Dental Sciences offers patient care in four clinics:

D.M.D. Student Dental Clinic

  • Patients are seen by student dentists of junior and senior standing, under faculty supervision.
  • Fees are typically 30 to 50 percent less than in private practice.
  • Phone: 352-273-9097

Graduate Operative and Esthetic Dentistry Clinic

  • Patients are seen by residents (graduate dental students) under the supervision of faculty who are advanced trained in operative and esthetic dentistry.
  • Fees are typically about 30% less than in Faculty Practice or private practice.
  • Phone: 352-273-7957

Graduate Prosthodontic Clinic

  • Patients are seen by residents (graduate dental students) under the supervision of faculty who are certified prosthodontists.
  • Fees are typically about 30% less than in Faculty Practice or private practice.
  • Phone: 352-273-6910

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  • Patients are seen by College of Dentistry faculty members.
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  • Patients may be referred to faculty practice dentists by a licensed physician or dentist.
  • All types of general and specialty treatment are available.
  • Phone: 352-273-7954

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  • Maxillofacial specialists restore defects resulting from trauma, cancer or congenital factors with prosthetic devices (artificial palates, ears, eyes, noses, etc.).
  • Phone: 352-273-6910
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