Dental Faculty Practice

University of Colorado School of Dental Medicine

If you’re looking for an experienced dentist or oral surgeon in the Aurora and Denver metropolitan areas, the CU Dental Faculty Practice is the perfect solution. We treat disease, infection, and trauma involving the teeth, gums, and jaw. Located on the Anschutz Medical Campus, our full-service dental office offers comprehensive dental care like a private practice.

From routine office visits and simple cosmetic treatments to complex reconstructive oral surgeries, you can expect expert specialized care for various dental problems. Our dedicated faculty members continue to update their skills with the latest techniques and technology in dentistry.

We offer consultations and specialty care from board-certified prosthodontists, periodontists, oral surgeons, general dentists, and dental hygienists under one roof. If you’re in need of surgical dental care, you must be referred to our clinic by your dentist, doctor, or other health professionals.


Our Dental Faculty Services

At the CU Dental Faculty Practice, you’re sure to find a compassionate dentist who is highly skilled in one or several of the following dental services:

  • General dentistry covers routine dental care, including oral exams, head and neck cancer screenings, preventative care, and fillings.
  • Cosmetic dentistry includes teeth whitening, veneers, bonding, and tooth-colored fillings.
  • Implant dentistry involves surgical replacement of teeth.

Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery Services

  • Anesthesia
  • Dentoalveolar (teeth, gums, and jawbone) surgery

Whether you need a dental filling or oral surgery, our experienced faculty dentists and specialists can meet all of your dental needs. The CU Dental Faculty Practice Clinic located on the Anschutz Medical Campus provides a wide range of dental services to patients in Aurora and the surrounding communities. To become a patient, please schedule an appointment by calling 303-724-5505 today. 


If you must cancel or reschedule your appointment, please notify the CU Dental Faculty Practice Clinic at least 48 hours before the scheduled appointment time. Keep in mind that we may need to discontinue treatment for patients who cancel or miss multiple appointments within a short period of time.

To help you save time at your first appointment, make sure you have the following materials and information ready:

  • Your photo ID.

  • Completed patient forms.

  • Your medical and dental insurance cards.

  • Current x-rays from within the past two years from your dental provider, which should be emailed to (this email is not for referrals).

  • If you are receiving oral surgery services, you will need a copy of radiographic images, which your dentist may email to

  • A list of your current medications and dosage information.

Bill Payment

The Dental Faculty Practice Clinic accepts cash, checks (with ID), debit cards, and credit cards. We currently do not accept Health First Colorado (formerly Medicaid). 


We are also an in-network provider for Delta Dental, but we accept other forms of out-of-network dental insurance as well. We are not accepting BEAM insurance at this time. We are happy to work with your insurance provider to help you understand your insurance benefits. 


Patients are required to pay all fees at the time of their appointment, regardless of insurance status or whether or not the insurance plan covers the services provided. However, we are always available to help you with your insurance claims and paperwork. For your convenience, you can also pay your bill online. 


Depending on your treatment, you may receive a bill from CU Medicine, UCHealth (University of Colorado Hospital), and/or the University of Colorado School of Dental Medicine.


If you have any questions regarding your bill, please call: 


Pay Your Bill

Medical and Dental Insurance

Please bring your medical and dental insurance information to your consultation so you can be reimbursed as quickly as possible. We’ll work with you to maximize your insurance reimbursement for covered procedures. 


If you receive medical treatment and/or do not have dental insurance and receive dental treatment, expect to pay out-of-pocket.

Private Insurance

As a courtesy to our patients, we will send a bill to the insurance company. We recommend requesting a pre-determination for treatment above $200. Insurance coverage disputes are between you and your insurance provider; the School of Dental Medicine does not intervene. 


The dental and medical benefits plan is based upon a contract between your employer and the insurance company. If you have questions regarding your dental and/or medical benefits, it’s best to contact your employer or insurance company directly. While we will do our best to interpret your benefit plan, we cannot guarantee reimbursement coverage. 


Please remember that regardless of your insurance coverage, you are fully responsible for all fees that our office charges. These fees must be paid at the time of your appointment. You must also pay the remaining balance after your insurance has paid its portion. 

Contact Us

13065 E. 17th Avenue, 1st Floor
Mail Stop F742
Aurora, CO 80045
Directions and Parking Map

Phone: (303) 724-5505
Fax: (303) 724-5456

Clinic Hours:

Monday - Friday: 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.
(Closed on all federal and state holidays)

After Hours Emergencies:


24-hour emergency care is available for current CU Dental Faculty Practice Clinic patients. For emergencies, please call the University of Colorado Hospital operator at 720-848-0000 to connect with the general practice resident on call.


Let Us Help You Navigate Your Dental Care Journey

We encourage our patients to provide feedback about their experiences at the School of Dental Medicine. In the event you have a concern, complaint, or question about your dental experience, please contact our Patient Liaison at or 303-724-7040 .


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