Emergency Dental Care

We offer emergency walk-in services weekdays between 8:30 a.m.-10 a.m. and 12:30 p.m.-2:00 p.m., with services rendered to a limited number of patients per session on a first-come, first-served basis. Dental emergencies may include conditions in which bleeding, pain, swelling, or trauma exists; the goal of emergency treatment is to alleviate pain immediately and deal with acute problems such as infection and trauma. For more details about our Emergency Walk-in Dental Center, please click here.

After-Hours Emergency Coverage

If you are already a registered patient of GSDM and have a dental emergency when the Urgent Care Center is closed, please call 617-358-0190.

General Dentistry

Student dentists provide routine dental care in the general dentistry facilities. Patients needing extensive dental care are referred to the specialty departments on recommendation by the faculty. Appointments are available on weekdays and select evenings and weekends.

Oral Diagnosis & Radiology

Your initial visit will most likely be on the first floor. This is where most diagnostic radiographs (X-rays) and preliminary examinations are performed. Patients are then assigned to other departments for treatment and follow-up.

Specialty Services

We offer dental services in the following specialty areas:

  • Advanced General Practice: General dentistry for more complex dental needs
  • Endodontics: Root canal therapy
  • Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery: Diagnosis and surgical treatment of diseases and injuries of the mouth, jaw, and related structures, including implantology, temporomandibular disorders (TMJ), and cranial disorders
  • Cosmetic Dentistry: Porcelain veneers, bleaching, and tooth-colored fillings
  • Implant Dentistry: Replacement of missing teeth using fabricated roots that support replacement teeth
  • Orthodontics & Dentofacial Orthopedics: Adjustment of the position and alignment of the teeth using corrective appliances or braces (available for both children and adults)
  • Pediatric Dentistry: Limited services for children up to age 14
  • Periodontics: Diagnosis and treatment of diseases affecting the structures around the teeth (gums) and including implant placement
  • Prosthodontics: Restoration of damaged or missing teeth with crowns, bridges, or removable dentures to improve the bite as well as appearance. The treatment, often for complex dental conditions, may include restorations supported by implants

To make an appointment or for urgent dental care needs, call: 617-358-8300
After-hours emergencies: 617-358-0190