Request an Appointment

For New Patient Appointments

entrance of UIC college of dentistry building

Call (312) 996-7555 to schedule an appointment. Or, choose a service/clinic below if you know which clinic you need.

Our location, hours and what to bring to appointments.

Your first visit is a screening appointment, where we will assess your overall health care needs and determine if you are a suitable candidate for treatment in our Student Dentistry or Advanced Specialty care options. You may also choose to see a faculty member for your dental care.


Are you a doctor wanting to refer a patient?

Try our new Referral+ digital referral system! It’s fast, secure and offers referral tracking.
Or, fax your referrals using our referral forms


Are you a current patient?

If you are currently being treated, please contact your student dentist or resident specialist for appointments. If you cannot reach your student, please call (312) 996-7555.

Comprehensive and Urgent Care

Choose a service/clinic below to request an appointment.


Comprehensive Adult (Non-Urgent)




Adult Urgent Care



Pediatric Urgent Care

Type of Care Provided

Comprehensive dental care and treatment plans including exams, cleanings, fillings, crowns, and other more complex treatments. An initial screening is required.


For urgent, non-life threatening oral care needed within 24 to 48 hours (for example swelling and infection)


Urgent care for children 14 years old and younger

For Appointment

Call  (312) 996-7555




Call (312) 996-8636



Call (312) 413-0972

Specialty Care

Interested in seeing a faculty specialist? Learn more about our faculty care practice


Endontics (Root Canal)


Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery






Oral Medicine & Facial Pain




Orthodontics (Braces)



Pediatrics Dentistry








Implant & Innovations Center

Type of Care Provided

Root canals and related treatments


Facial and jaw reconstructive surgery, implants, bone grafting, sinus lift procedures, skeletal deformities,  craniofacial anomalies, facial traumatic injuries, TMJ disorders, head and neck cancer microneurosurgery, obstructive sleep apnea, facial aesthetic surgery, dental and facial infections


Diagnosis and non-surgical treatment of facial pain conditions (TMD/TMJ), oral lesions, oral cancer, bad breath, and infectious diseases affecting the mouth.


Braces, bite problems, misaligned teeth and jaws, and jaw growth problems for children and adults


Comprehensive oral health examinations, treatments for children 14 and under


Treatment of the gums, therapeutic, functional, and aesthetic surgery.


Replacement of missing teeth, restorations (implants, crowns, bridges, dentures)

Faculty Care


Type of Care Provided

Care provided by our faculty dentists including general and specialty services such as oral surgery, orthodontics, periodontics, and prosthodontics – by a faculty dentist of your choice.

For Appointment

Location & Hours

University of Illinois at Chicago (UIC) College of Dentistry
801 South Paulina Street
Chicago, IL 60612
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Clinic hours are 8:00 am to 4:30 pm, Monday through Friday.
Currently we do not provide after hours urgent/emergency care.

For new appointments and general information, call (312) 996-7555. Or, choose a service/clinic from this page.

Google Map of 801 South Paulina Street

What to Bring to Appointments

For easier appointment scheduling and payments, please bring the following with you to every visit:

  • Photo ID
  • Insurance/medical card
  • Method of payment
  • List of current medications (if applicable)
  • Proof of guardianship/power of attorney (if applicable)
  • Related dental records / Current radiographs (if applicable)


Additional Resources

Fees, insurance and billing information
Frequently asked questions
Patient rights & privacy
Here what our patients say about us
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Interested in seeing a Faculty Dentist?

Did you know our faculty also see patients? By seeing one of our faculty, patients get added convenience and comfort, combined with the highest levels of expertise. Fees for treatment in the faculty dental practice are comparable to those charged by private dentists in the area.