As the dental school begins to reopen classrooms, clinics, and labs, our most important priority is protecting the health and safety of the dental school community, while ensuring the academic success of our students.
REGARDING CORONAVIRUS 2019 (COVID-19)
Indiana University School of Dentistry clinics are currently open for Emergency Dental Care Only. All non-emergency dental care for our patients is rescheduled until further notice.
Our emergency clinic is open Monday - Friday from 8:30 am - 4:30 pm.
If you believe you are experiencing a true dental emergency, please call (317) 274-7433 to speak with our clinical care staff.
Indiana University School of Dentistry continuously uses best practice infection control procedures to ensure your safety. As such, before entering the clinic all patients will be screened for symptoms of or evidence of exposure to COVID-19. Anyone who is exhibiting fever, cough, shortness of breath, or who has had known contact with any person confirmed or suspected to be infected with the coronavirus is prohibited.
For patients requiring assistance, one visitor may be permitted. This visitor will be subjected to the same screening protocol as patients.
All individuals in the building are REQUIRED to:
- Wear face coverings while in public spaces
- Maintain a physical distance of at least 6’ from other persons
- Wash or sanitize hands upon entry to the building
The School of Dentistry has created a set of Frequenly Asked Questions relating specifically to the dental school:
Frequently Asked Questions about the IU School of Dentistry and COVID-19
For additional information visit the main Indiana University coronavirus website at: https://coronavirus.iu.edu/