Special Patient Care (Hospital Dentistry)

Drs. Evelyn Chung, Eric Sung and resident Dr. Reeva Mincer

The Special Patient Care Clinic (SPCC), formerly known as the Hospital Dentistry, provides advanced comprehensive general dentistry for patients with severe medical, physical, and mental concerns (pre and post-organ transplant patients, cancer patients, immunocompromised patients, special needs patients). 

Dental services offered:

  • Hospital Dentistry
  • General Dentistry
  • IV Sedation in clinic or operating room
  • Emergency Services at UCLA Ronald Reagan Medical Center

Hours & Contact Information

Monday to Friday, 8 a.m. to noon and 1 p.m. to 5 p.m.

Closed on weekends and major holidays

714 Tiverton Drive Los Angeles, CA 90095
Room: AO-156A - Take the elevator down to A level.

Parking Instructions
There are two handicapped parking spaces available in front of the clinic. The other spaces are Loading Only zones. Many of our patients will be dropped off with a caregiver and then park in a structure afterward. Please be mindful of leaving your loved one unattended. If you are parked in the Loading Only zone for the entirety of your dental appointment, you may be ticketed.

Detailed UCLA Dentistry clinic parking instructions and maps.

(310) 825-6510
(310) 206-4201

Clinic Overview:
This PDF general guide (guía disponible en español) provides an overview of SPCC services and our team, and information for new patients.

Insurances Accepted: 
Denti-Cal, Delta Dental PPO, Private Pay. If you are not sure what kind of Medi-Cal Dental Insurance (Denti-Cal) you have, we can verify for you when your appointment is scheduled. 

Social Work at SPCC
The Department of Social Welfare and SPCC at UCLA are collaborating to re-imagine patient-centered care. Our goal is to meet patients where they are and to increase social support as individuals navigate the healthcare system.

We offer the support of a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) and Social Work Graduate Student at SPCC. Social work can be contacted at (310) 206-6670 or email:

Social work is on-site most Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays, as well as some Thursday mornings. 

Additional Resources for Patients and Families

Provider Options and Cost of Care
  • Providers: Residents
  • Providers: Faculty
New Patients and Payment Information

Due to high interest and lack of providers in the community for people with special needs and medical complexities, we have a waitlist of 12-18 months to become a new patient. 

All new patients must attend an initial screening appointment to be accepted into our clinic. No dental treatment is provided at this appointment.

Need to Make, Cancel or Reschedule and Appointment?

For questions regarding appointments, billing, or your care, please contact (310) 825-6510.