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Appointment FAQs:

How do I request an appointment with Campustown Dental?

You can request an appointment either directly from the website, or by calling the office at 866-757-0057

Yes, please arrive 15 minutes prior to your first visit.

Drivers’ license, Insurance card, medication list, and any prior chart information from previous offices are things that are necessary for your first visit.

Dental FAQs:

How do I become a patient at Campustown Dental?

You can call our number to set up your first visit.

It is recommended that you seek a professional exam and cleaning every six months. If it has been longer than that, or if you have any concerns, it would be best for you to see a dentist. We also provide complimentary consultations if you are considering getting additional information on procedures such as implants and Invisalign® (clear braces).

Our highly trained and friendly team of doctors, assistants, and hygienists will provide you with the best dental care.

First, call our office. If it is during office hours, we will try to fit you in the same day. If it is after hours, there is an emergency number for you to reach a clinical member of our team. Each emergency varies depending on the situation so we will advise you based on your situation. If it is during office hours we will try to fit you in immediately.

Monday – Thursday, 8.00am – 4.30pm.

We are not but if you have a real dental emergency, please call the emergency number.

Yes! We love patients of all ages.

We currently accept insurance plans from Principal, Wellmark, Guardian, and Cigna.

We are currently not accepting new patients with Delta Wellness and also not accepting Medicaid or any other state-funded insurance.

We also offer to finance through CareCredit and for patients without insurance, we provide our quality dental plan.

Although there is a small parking lot on the back side of the building, facility for parking on the street is also available. (Please note that street parking does have parking meters)