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School of Dental Medicine

Specialty Clinics

A patient receiving treatment in the dental school with a view of Boston in background

Our Specialty Clinics are usually for patients who have specific needs or a referral for a specialist. Prices and policies vary, but fees are generally 25-50% less than area specialists. Please select the appropriate specialty clinic below for more information.

Name Services Referral Required
Advanced General Dentistry Comprehensive general dentistry for complex cases No
Craniofacial Pain Center TMJ, TMD, sleep apnea, complex disorders Recommended 
Emergency  Acute pain, swelling, urgent dental needs No
Endodontics  Root Canals Yes
Esthetics  Teeth Whitening, Veneers, Crowns No
Implant Center  Dental Implants No
Oral Medicine  Cancer, lesions, dry mouth, HIV/AIDS, taste disorders Yes
Oral Pathology Services  Biopsy/cytology analysis and education for doctors; oral disease management for patients No
Oral Surgery  Extractions, surgical treatment of injuries and malformations Recommended 
Orthodontics  Braces for adults and children No
Pediatric Dentistry  Patients age 6 months to 18 years  No
Periodontal   Gum disease, loose teeth, bone grafting, dental implants, esthetic surgery Recommended
Prosthodontics  Crowns, Bridges, Dentures, Implant Restorations Yes
Radiology & CBCT Services  Diagnostic services and CBCT for doctors and patients with referrals Yes
Tufts Dental Facilities  Adults and children with intellectual/developmental disabilities No

 

Not sure our teaching clinics are the right fit for you?

Tufts Dental Faculty Practice is a full-service option, where your care is provided by experienced faculty members. Although it is part of the dental school, it is not a teaching clinic. Fees are similar to those of a traditional private practice.

Learn more about the Faculty Practice