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.
|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|
|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||Recommended|
|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.