Cancel, Change, or Make an Appointment

Current Patients

A current patient is someone who is actively being treated at any of our clinics or has been seen in the last 12 months. Otherwise, you will need to start as a New Patient.

Do you need to make, cancel or reschedule an appointment? 

 

Contact Your Student Dentist

First try to contact your student dentist if you need to make, cancel, or reschedule an appointment.
 

Call Your Group Practice Administrator

 

 

Clinic Director's Office

(310) 206-1184

Group Practice Administrators

 

Lidia Bolanos, Supervisor

(310) 825-4619

Veronica Cerna-Guzman

(310) 267-0502

Yancy Coto

(310) 206-8945

Lizeth Le

(310) 267-0548

Ana Ortiz

(310) 206-8947

Contact the Specialty Clinic Directly

Patient Access Website

If you are a patient of record, please visit our Patient Access. Upon entering the required information, you will be given access to request an appointment and navigate through parts of your dental records. Note: the link above will not work for new patients – a registration phone call is mandatory.

New Patients

Thank you for your interest in becoming a patient of the UCLA Dental Clinics, we look forward to treating you. The first step to making an appointment is to determine the provider level and cost of care [ink to Levels & Costs] that works best for you. If you already have a referral to a specialty clinic, please call the clinic directly.

UCLA Dental Clinics in Westwood

Call the general appointment line at (310) 206-3904. You will receive a code to our Patient Access site that will allow you to initiate your new patient registration online.

Before becoming a patient at the UCLA Dental Clinics, you will be screened to determine if the General Clinic (pre-doctoral) is a good fit for your needs. The screening is free-of-charge. After screening and if accepted as a patient, you will be assigned to a student dentist and supervising faculty member from the UCLA School of Dentistry.

Once the screening process is complete, and if you are accepted as a potential teaching case in our student clinic, you will be scheduled for a comprehensive oral examination to assess the general state of your oral health and create a full-mouth treatment plan. The fee for the oral examination is $95 in the General Clinic, which includes a full mouth set of X-rays. 

If your case is complex, you may need specialized care at one of our Residency Clinics (including specialties), the Faculty Group Dental Practice, or possibly the private sector. 

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Wilson-Jennings-Bloomfield UCLA Venice Dental Center

Call the general appointment line at (310) 392-4103. Once a staff member has registered you in the system, they will email you a link to our Patient Access site that will allow you to complete your health questionnaire and verify your contact information online.

Before becoming a patient at the UCLA Venice Dental Center, you will 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 the screening faculty. The fee for the full series of X-rays is $54.

Once the screening process is complete, and if you are accepted as a potential teaching case in our student clinic, you will be scheduled for a comprehensive oral examination to assess the general state of your oral health and create a full-mouth treatment plan. The fee for the oral examination is $49 in the student clinic. 

If screened at the UCLA Venice Dental Center and your treatment needs are complex, you may be assigned to our Adv. Education in General Dentistry Residency clinic and a secondary screening with the residency Program Director will be required.

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Faculty Group Dental Practice

Call the general appointment line at (310) 794-5750 or email fgdp@dentistry.ucla.edu.

After making your appointment, please download and complete the New Patient registration form online prior to your first appointment. For new patients under 18-years-old, in addition to the forms above, a separate health history form will be given to you at check-in. 

We ask that you please arrive 15 minutes before your scheduled appointment time to allow for new patient check–in.

If you can bring original X-rays from within the last two years, we may not need to take new ones. All digital x-rays should be sent to fgdp@dentistry.ucla.edu.
 

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