Dentistry provides expert comprehensive general and specialized dental treatment for adult and pediatric patients, including care for compromised patients.
Depending on a patient's needs, treatment is available from expert UK College of Dentistry faculty dentists, dentists working in a resident clinic to complete advanced education, or a dental student.
Learn more about our clinic options or request an appointment by calling 859-323-DENT (3368).
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There are several factors you may wish to consider when selecting a UK Dentistry clinic, including your needs, location preferences, allowable time and cost.
Use the graphic below to help you make a decision. It helps explain the differences in care by our various providers. Please note that not all services are available at all locations or by student providers.
If you have any questions or need assistance with selecting the right clinic for your needs, please call 859-323-DENT (3368).
Kentucky ClinicSecond Floor740 S. LimestoneLexington KY 40536-0284
Call 859-323-6261Call 859-323-5896Fax 859-257-9813
AmenitiesDining, Internet/Wi-Fi, Information desk, Pharmacy services, Wheelchairs
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College of DentistryUK Chandler Hospital800 Rose St.Lexington KY 40536-0297
Call 859-323-DENT (3368)
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UK HealthCare at TurflandSuite 1752195 Harrodsburg RoadLexington KY 40504-3504
Monday - Friday, 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.
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UK North Fork Valley Community Health CenterBailey-Stumbo Building750 Morton Blvd.Hazard KY 41701-0998
Call 606-439-1559Call 800-851-7512Fax 606-436-6988
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Marshall County Health Department267 Slickback RoadBenton KY 42025
Call 270-527-8441Fax 270-527-5321
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A variety of research, whether clinical, performed in laboratories, or in support of public service is constantly taking place at the UK Center for Oral Health Research (COHR).
See details on current efforts.
UK Oral Health patients interested in supporting research can agree to be contacted for studies they may qualify for during patient registration. Patients are also encouraged to register at no cost at
ResearchMatch and indicate their willingness to support research.
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