New York University College of Dentistry
345 E. 24th Street (corner of First Avenue)
New York, NY 10010
Emergency Services/Urgent Care: (212) 998-9458
Scheduling routine appointments: (212) 998-9800
The clinic at the NYU College of Dentistry offers quality, affordable, comprehensive patient care for all ages and all dental needs. Since NYU Dentistry focuses primarily on education and research, they are able to offer services at lower fees than the cost of comparable procedures at most private practices in the area. Diagnosis and treatment is provided by dental students under the supervision of NYU College of Dentistry faculty. Private and government-sponsored dental insurance plans (Medicaid) and multiple payment options are accepted.
Columbia University College of Dental Medicine (CDM)
At the College Of Dental Medicine's Teaching Clinics, a range of services are provied by Columbia dentists-in-training working with expert faculty.
- Affordable care
- State-of-the-art technology
- Comprehensive, personal treatment
- Multi-lingual staff
Faculty practice through ColumbiaDoctors Dentistry is also available to students with insurance.
St. Mary's Episcopal Church Basement
521 West 126th Street
New York, NY 10027
Also known as the Dr. Michael Yuan Student Run Dental Free Clinic, CHHMP Dental is a student-run free clinic that partners with CHHMP Medical on the first and third Tuesdays of every month to provide free dental care to the homeless, uninsured,and undocumented people of Harlem.
New York City College of Technology Dental Hygiene Clinic
285 Jay Street
Academic Building 701 (A-701)
Brooklyn, NY 11201
The dental hygiene patient care clinic of New York City College of Technology offers oral health services, such as: radiographs, fluoride treatment, scaling and root planing, tooth whitening, oral cancer examination, screening for dental caries, referrals and many other services, to the NYCCT community, as well as to the general public. Many of the services are FREE to NYCCT students, faculty, and staff (with valid I.D.). A small fee is charged for certain services and oral hygiene products. There is a nominal fee to the general public for all services and products offered.