Advanced Care

School of Dentistry advanced care clinics

Endodontists focus on the prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of diseases and injuries of the dental pulp and related tissues inside the teeth. They frequently perform root canals.

Patients in the Graduate Endodontics Clinic are treated by licensed dentists who are receiving advanced training in endodontics.

Graduate Endodontics Clinic

Indiana University School of Dentistry
James J. Fritts, D.D.S. Clinical Care Center
  • Phone: 317-274-5311
  • Email: ds-endo@iupui.edu

Procedures such as veneers are performed in the Graduate Operative Clinic. Treatment is provided by licensed dentists who are receiving advanced training in these types of procedures.

Graduate Operative Clinic

Indiana University School of Dentistry
1121 W. Michigan Street, Room S422
Indianapolis, IN 46202
  • Phone: 317-274-5333
  • Fax: 317-278-2818

Oral surgeons perform surgical procedures such as wisdom tooth removal, cleft palate repair, and facial reconstruction.

Patients in the Predoctoral Oral Surgery Clinic receive care from students who are studying to become dentists. Patients in the Oral Surgery Resident Dental Clinic are treated by licensed dentists who are receiving advanced training in oral and maxillofacial surgery.

Predoctoral Oral Surgery Clinic

Indiana University School of Dentistry
1121 W. Michigan Street
Indianapolis, IN 46202

Phone: 317-274-5114

Oral Surgery Resident Dental Clinic

550 N. University Boulevard, Room 3195
Indianapolis, IN 46202
  • Phone: 317-274-8300
  • Fax: 317-274-0965

Orthodontists address issues related to the alignment of the jaw and teeth using methods such as braces and appliances.

Patients in the Orthodontics Clinic are treated by licensed dentists who are receiving advanced training in orthodontics.

Orthodontics Clinic

Indiana University School of Dentistry
1121 W. Michigan Street, Room 201
Indianapolis, IN 46202
  • Phone: 317-274-8573
  • Fax: 317-278-1438
  • Email: dsoofg@iupui.edu

Pediatric dentists work with infants, children, and adolescents. The school’s two pediatric dentistry clinics accept patients up to age 14.

Patients in the Predoctoral Pediatric Dentistry Clinic receive care from students who are studying to become dentists. Patients in the Postgraduate Pediatric Dentistry Clinic are treated by licensed dentists who are receiving advanced training in pediatric dentistry.

Predoctoral Pediatric Dentistry Clinic

Indiana University School of Dentistry
1121 W. Michigan Street
Indianapolis, IN 46202

Phone: 317-274-8111

Postgraduate Pediatric Dentistry Clinic

Riley Hospital for Children
705 Riley Hospital Drive
Indianapolis, IN 46202

Phone: 317-944-3865

Periodontists focus on the prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of diseases and injuries of the tissues that support the teeth, such as the gums.

Patients in the Graduate Periodontology Clinic are treated by licensed dentists who are receiving advanced training in periodontology.

Graduate Periodontology Clinic

Indiana University School of Dentistry
1121 W. Michigan Street
Indianapolis, IN 46202
  • Phone: 317-274-7297
  • Email: ds-peradg@iupui.edu

Prosthodontists treat problems related to missing teeth through the use of artificial replacements such as bridges, dentures, and dental implants.

Patients in the Graduate Prosthodontics Clinic are treated by licensed dentists who are receiving advanced training in prosthodontics.

Graduate Prosthodontic Clinic

Indiana University School of Dentistry
1121 W. Michigan Street, fourth floor
Indianapolis, IN 46202
  • Phone: 317-278-1840
  • Fax: 317-278-2818

Making an appointment

To make an appointment at one of the school’s advanced care clinics, you must get a referral from a dentist who has treated you. This can be a dentist in private practice or a student dentist in one of the school’s Comprehensive Care Clinics.

Referrals from private practices

To get a referral to a School of Dentistry advanced care clinic from a dentist in private practice, have your dentist contact the appropriate clinic directly.

Referrals from School of Dentistry Comprehensive Care Clinics

If you are a current School of Dentistry patient, your student dentist can help you get a referral to an advanced care clinic.

If you’ve never been a patient at the School of Dentistry, you must undergo an initial screening exam at the school before you can be referred to an advanced care clinic.

Schedule a screening exam