Patient Assurance for COVID-19

We are prepared for your return
We are prepared for your return
April 28, 2021

Under the guidance of dental associations, local and state public health offices, and the UCLA campus, our clinics are open to provide dental treatment during the ongoing pandemic.

For patients of record who need to make an appointment, please contact your assigned dental student or Group Practice Administrator, listed on our General Clinic page.

For those interested in becoming a patient, please call:

  • (310) 206-3904 for our clinics in Westwood
  • (310) 392-4103 for our clinics in Venice
  • (310) 794-5750 for our Faculty Group Dental Practice

For directions to our clinics 

We are prepared for your return

We have implemented several safety precautions to help stop the spread of Covid-19. Please view a message from the dental school’s dean, Dr. Paul Krebsbach, to hear about our new protocols, which include pre-appointment health screenings, mandatory face coverings, increased personal protective equipment, and physical distancing.

We look forward to seeing your smiling faces and thank you for your patience during these challenging times. 


Recent News

Dr. Paul H. Krebsbach, Dean and Professor

In the first year of my deanship, I found myself surrounded by faculty, students, staff, and fellow academic leaders wanting to introduce me to the beauty of this campus, this city, and this outstanding dental school – UCLA Dentistry. I have been warmly welcomed by the entire community to what has now become my home.

Jul 01, 2017
Dr. David Wong

Making Saliva a Serious Business

“Most people are surprised when I tell them that saliva can reveal as much, if not more, than blood or urine can. We have made it our mission to make saliva testing a clinical reality to detect for serious diseases. And we’re getting very, very close.” 

Jul 01, 2017
Diana Wang, Class of 2017

Decoding Oral Health: Diana Wang, Class of 2017

“I believe there’s a little bit of pathologist in all of us,” said Diana Wang, Class of 2017. “Patients always want to know why something happened to them, and pathology helps answer those difficult questions.”

Jul 25, 2017