Orthodontics Clinic Procedures
The Orthodontics Clinic located on the second floor of the Indiana University School of Dentistry is a teaching clinic which offers affordable, excellent orthodontic treatment to patients of all ages with all types of malocclusions. Treatment is provided by either dental students, orthodontic specialty students, or orthodontic faculty based on the complexity of the malocclusion. The goal of the orthodontic treatment is to provide excellent dental health, esthetics, and function to patients from the community.
The Orthodontics Clinic collaborates with the Craniofacial Anomalies Clinic at the Riley Hospital for Children to treat children with severe malocclusions associated with cleft lip/palate and other syndromes. Collaboration with various dental specialties is necessary to help some patients with missing teeth or other syndromes.
State of the art equipment is used by fourteen residents who are supervised by orthodontic faculty.
The Clinic and Business Office Staff are here to help make your visits as pleasant as possible.
For information on joining our program, please review our welcome letter and screening application. We also have answered some frequently asked questions for your convenience.
For additional information, please contact:
Department of Orthodontics & Oral Facial Genetics
Indiana University School of Dentistry
1121 West Michigan Street, Room 204
Indianapolis, IN 46202-5186
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