A Message to our Patients and their Families
Masks are required in all clinical areas of the School of Dentistry.
About Our Care
From preventive dental hygiene services to general dentistry and specialty services, the students and faculty of the UMKC School of Dentistry are committed to providing the finest oral health care. Our philosophy of total patient care means you will receive comprehensive care from your first appointment through the completion of your individualized treatment plan.
This commitment is rooted in over a century of dedicated service to the community. We use evidence-based techniques to ensure your comfort and quality of care.
With extraordinary precautions in place, your safety and your health are our priority. Read more about our extensive safety precautions here.
The School of Dentistry is open and welcoming patients to ALL clinics!
If you have not been seen as a patient or have only been seen as an emergency patient and would like to become a regular patient at the School of Dentistry, please call (816) 235-2100.
If you would like to become a patient in the school’s Orthodontic clinic, please call (816) 235-2141 or click here.
If you are interested in becoming a patient at the school’s Dental Faculty Practice, please call (816) 235-2121.
Our Emergency Clinic is Now Welcoming Walk- in Appointments for Patients That are Experiencing Pain
If you are in pain arrive at the dental school at 7:30 am for morning session or 11:00 am for afternoon session. Walk-ins are first come first serve and there are no guarantees of being seen. Patients will need to be sure they have a valid ID to be seen. If the address on your ID is not correct, you will need to present a utility bill within the last 30 days to verify the address. The fees for emergency will be $54 (assessment fee) plus the cost of treatment that is rendered. We ask that no extra people are in the building other than the patient unless you have a legal guardian, interpreter or caregiver.
For emergency dental services:
Existing patients with student doctor(s), contact student doctor(s) directly.
Existing Faculty Practice patients, call (816) 235-2121.