Our Patient Care

Recently remodeled Pediatric Dental Clinic waiting area and reception desk.

Recently remodeled Pediatric Dental Clinic waiting area and reception desk.

The UNC Pediatric Dental Clinic and Orthodontic Clinic are housed on the second floor of Brauer Hall in the UNC School of Dentistry complex and were renovated in 2001 at a cost of $2.1 million. A generous gift from Dr. Frank and Mrs. Carol Stout provided an important impetus toward enabling this renovation. Clinics staffed by the Department of Pediatric Dentistry both within the School of Dentistry and in the community provide outstanding oral health care for infants, children and adolescents. Patients with special health care needs also are treated in our clinics. Below is information on each clinic, the types of services provided, clinic location and how to make an appointment for your child.

 

 

Undergraduate Pediatric Dental Clinic

Children receive comprehensive dental care at a reduced fee in the UNC Undergraduate Pediatric Dental Clinic.

Children receive comprehensive dental care at a reduced fee in the UNC Undergraduate Pediatric Dental Clinic.

Dental students treat children that typically range four to fourteen years of age in our state-of-the art clinic. Comprehensive oral health care including the most current preventive and restorative services are provided. Students work under the direct supervision of our experienced faculty of pediatric and special patient care dentists.

For more information or an appointment please call (919) 537-3737.

 

Graduate Pediatric Dental Clinic

grad-pedoDentists seeking further education and training to specialize in pediatric dentistry manage the diverse oral health care needs in infants, children and adolescents in our Graduate Pediatric Dental Clinic. The Graduate Pediatric Dental Clinic provides a bright and welcoming atmosphere for infant, child and adolescent dental patients that are healthy or present with special care needs.