Information Related to the Coronavirus (COVID-19)

The University of Maryland School of Dentistry and the entire University of Maryland Baltimore campus are closely monitoring the rapidly changing developments involving Coronavirus (COVID-19). We ask that our patients of the School of Dentistry take note of the following information:

  • Clinic operations have resumed. The School of Dentistry has made important safety-related changes, including enhanced air filtration and disinfection protocols, that exceed CDC guidelines for dental practices to ensure the safest environment . Please continue to refer to this website for the latest updates and other announcements. 
  • If you are a patient who has traveled to a country with a CDC Level 3 Travel Notice we ask that you self-isolate at home for at least 14 days from the time that you returned to this country.
  • Patients with the flu or flu-like symptoms (fever, coughing, difficulty breathing) should not come to the dental school and should reschedule their appointments to a later date after symptoms have cleared.
  • Patient entrance is located at Baltimore and Pine Streets. There is a drop-off location between the School of Pharmacy and the courtyard.
  • Patients are NOT to have anyone come with them to their dental appointment including family, children, or person providing transport. (Please see exceptions below)

    Escort exceptions can be made for the following:

    • Interpreters for language barrier where patient does not speak English.
    • Guardians for minor children where the child is the patient.
    • Caregivers/guardian who have power of attorney to make decisions for adult patients being treated.

    If the patient is coming from a nursing home or other long-term care facilities (for example: correctional facility, group home, healthcare for the homeless), they must bring a COVID negative test within 3 days of visit to the dental school. They will need to have a negative test within 3 days of visit for every separate visit.

    A patient will not be admitted to the School of Dentistry if they have traveled outside of the country or outside of the states of MD, PA, DE, DC, VA, WV (Maryland and its neighboring states) within the last 14 days.

  • We must comply with the CDC policies and guidelines and reduce the spread of COVID 19. A face covering is required for entry to the building.
  • Please arrive at least 15 minutes prior to your appointment to allow time for COVID screening protocols. Patients are not allowed entry into the school more than 30 minutes before their appointed time.
  • Patient parking is available at the Plaza and Grand garages. For more patient parking information, visit Driving Directions and Parking.

For more information, visit the UMSOD Coronavirus page.

Clinical Services

General Dentistry (Pre-Doctoral Clinics)      410-706-7063
  • Comprehensive dental care for adults (age 16 and over)
  • Services provided by faculty-supervised dental students
  • Fees typically lower than private practice fees
  • Clinic is not for emergency or limited care
 Advanced General Dentistry (Post-Doctoral Clinic)     410-706-2940
  • Post-Doctoral Clinic offering comprehensive dental care
  • Services provided by faculty-supervised dentists who are receiving advanced training
  • Treatment of complex general dentistry cases
  • Fees typically lower than private practice fees
 Urgent Care (Emergency) Dentistry     410-706-2716
  • Treatment of acute pain, swelling, and urgent dental needs
  • For people who are not regular patients of the school of dentistry
Faculty Practice    410-706-7961
  • High-quality dental care provided by UMSOD faculty who are experts in their respective clinical fields
  • Provides care in all the specialties except Pediatrics
  • Cost is comparable to any other dental provider in the community
Orthodontics     410-706-7803
  • Comprehensive orthodontic care for children and adults
  • Services provided by faculty-supervised dental residents who are receiving advanced specialty training in orthodontics
  • Fees are typically lower than private practice fees
Pediatric Dentistry    410-706-4213
  • Comprehensive preventive, diagnostic and restorative care for children ages 6 months to 18 years
  • All services are supervised by expert pediatric dental faculty members
  • New patients taken up to 15 1/2 years
  • Fees typically lower than private practice fees

Endodontics      410-706-2860
 
  • Root canals
  • Retreatment of root canals
  • Surgical endodontic treatment
Periodontics      410-706-0896
  • Prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of gum disease and the bone surrounding and supporting the teeth
  • Surgical placement and long-term maintenance of dental implants
  • A range of aesthetic services (periodontal plastic surgery) to address patient concerns, such as a "gummy" smile. an uneven gum appearance, or visible roots
Prosthodontics       410-706-7952
  • Fixed - restoration of natural teeth with crowns and replacement of missing teeth with fixed bridges or implants
  • Removable - design and fabrication of complete, immediate and partial dentures to replace missing teeth and oral function, correction of TMJ disorders, congenital defects of the head and neck due to trauma or disease
Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery              410-706-4010
  • Surgical extraction of teeth and removal of diseased tissue
  • Surgical treatment of injuries and developmental malformations of the mouth, jaws, and related facial structures.
Special Care and Geriatric Services    410-706-7039
  • We are committed to providing the best dental care for all special needs patients, regardless of their developmental or other special health care needs
  • Full range of comprehensive dental service for individuals with special needs that may be developmental or physical
Shady Grove Oral Health Services     240-665-6700
  • Routine Cleanings
  • Fillings
  • Restorations
  • Root Canals
  • Extractions
U.M. FDSP Associates
  • U.M. FDSP Associates is a non-profit affiliate of the University of Maryland School of Dentistry. It is the organization responsible for administration and operation of the clinics so that students and faculty may provide patient care to the general public.