Wilson-Jennings-Bloomfield UCLA Venice Dental Center

Male dental students with a patient in a clinical setting.

The Wilson-Jennings-Bloomfield UCLA Venice Dental Center has been serving the community since 1969 and welcomes new patients to the practice. They offer comprehensive dental care for the entire family provided by dental students, residents and faculty. The clinic has grown from a five-chair storefront operation to a 27-chair state-of-the-art facility that sees more than 12,000 patient visits annually. Services at the facility include general dentistry, restorative dentistry, oral surgery, pediatrics, orthodontics, endodontics, implants, and more.

Hours & Contact Information

Clinic Office Hours: Monday - Friday, 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.
*** Please note that the front office is closed from noon to 1 p.m. daily. ***

Dental Student General Clinic Hours of Operation: Tuesday - Thursday, 8:30 a.m. - 5 p.m.

AEGD Clinic Hours of Operation: Monday - Wednesday, Friday, 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.

Pediatric Clinic Hours of Operation: Monday, 8:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m., Wednesday and Thursday, 8:30 a.m. - 5 p.m.

Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery Hours of Operation: Monday, 1 - 5 p.m., Tuesday and Friday, 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.

323 S. Lincoln Boulevard, Venice, CA 90291

Phone
(310) 392-4103
Fax
(310) 392-8513

Directions and Parking to the UCLA Venice Dental Center

Adult Dental Care

  • Provided by dental students and post-graduates supervised by dental faculty

  • Implant dentistry

  • General dentistry (fillings, crowns, bridges, partial and complete dentures, occlusal guards)

  • Endodontics (root canal treatment - please note that more complex cases may be referred to Westwood UCLA Endodontics Clinic)

  • Periodontics (prophylaxis, gum surgery and long-term maintenance)

  • Esthetic dentistry (porcelain veneers, bonding, bleaching)

  • Orthodontics (on a limited basis for Venice AEGD patients of record)

  • Radiology-CBCT provided by dental residents

Pediatric Services (Visit this clinic page)

Oral Surgery

  • Procedures are provided by our Board-Certified Oral-Maxillofacial surgeon

  • Conscious or intravenous sedation and/or general anesthesia

  • Surgical extractions, wisdom teeth

  • Implant surgery

  • Biopsy

Emergency Care

During business hours for the Venice Dental Center: Please call (310) 392-4103 to schedule an appointment for urgent care. It is recommended that you are seen with your original treating student, trainee or resident dentist with the same faculty coverage. If this is not an option, you may be directed to proceed with call-in urgent care as noted above.

After Hours/Weekends/Holiday/Quarter breaks at the Venice location: Please call the Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center and tell the page operator that you are a patient of the UCLA Venice Dental Center and ask them to page the Venice Advanced Education in General Dentistry (Venice AEGD) resident on call. The Venice AEGD resident will call you back directly. UCLA Medical Center Page Operator: (310) 825-6301.

Please note: There are fees associated with Urgent Care visits and associated radiographs. Specific urgent care procedures will vary from clinic-to-clinic

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

STEP #1: 

If you are interested in becoming a new patient, please choose from the following options:

  • Option A: Please call (310) 392-4103 (for pediatric dentistry, please call (310) 392-4103), and follow the initial patient registration recording, you will then be given access to complete a medical history form electronically and other information related to dental care at UCLA. If you have questions, you can also email the clinic at vdc@dentistry.ucla.edu

  • Option B:  Download the New Patient Registration packet, fill out and email to VDC@dentistry.ucla.edu, send via fax to (310) 392-8513, or bring with you to your first appointment.

STEP #2:

Before becoming a patient of record at the UCLA Venice Dental Center, you will first be screened by a faculty member to determine if your treatment needs are a good fit for the teaching environment. A full series of X-rays or basic X-rays will be taken as needed, determined by screening faculty. The fee for the full series of X-rays is $54. 

STEP #3:

Once the screening process is complete and the patient is accepted as a potential teaching case, he/she will be scheduled for a comprehensive oral examination. The fee for the oral examination in the student clinic is $49 and patients will receive a full-mouth treatment plan created by an assigned faculty and pre-doctoral student. Once the patient signs the treatment plan, he/she become a patient of record and then procedures will be started in the following appointment.

If your treatment needs are complex, you may be assigned to the Venice Residency Clinic (Venice AEGD) and a secondary screening with the residency Program Director will be required. The fee for the oral examination in the Venice AEGD clinic is $62. If your treatment needs are more complex than can be treated in Venice AEGD, we will determine if your dental needs can be addressed by more specialized care at: