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Smiles in San Francisco: Dental Clinics Now Open at University of the Pacific’s New SoMa Campus

SAN FRANCISCO--(BUSINESS WIRE)--University of the Pacific’s new San Francisco campus and home of the Arthur A. Dugoni School of Dentistry this week started welcoming dental patients to its state-of-the-art clinics.

Previously located in the Pacific Heights neighborhood, the Dugoni School of Dentistry has relocated all of its public dental clinics to its new South of Market building at 155 Fifth Street. The clinics offer a wide array of oral healthcare services including cleanings, fillings, dentures, digital X-rays, cosmetic dentistry, facial pain treatment, orthodontics, pediatric dentistry services and dental care for people with special needs.

The seven-story, 395,000-square-foot San Francisco campus contains general and specialty dental clinics for people of all ages, as well as flexible classrooms, lecture halls, a state-of-the-art dental Simulation Laboratory, research labs, a cafe and support spaces. The campus will also house university programs in audiology, music therapy, food studies and other subjects.

With nearly 1,000 dental students, faculty and staff, the Arthur A. Dugoni School of Dentistry anticipates serving approximately 10,000 patients each year. The school’s new location is close to the BART and Muni Powell Street Station and other public transportation lines, offering easier accessibility to patients visiting from throughout the region.

The Dugoni School of Dentistry delivers comprehensive patient care in a comfortable and supportive environment consistent with its humanistic approach to education. Patients are each assigned to a student dentist who assumes responsibility for the patient’s general dental treatment, consultation, and referral for specialty care. Students and residents (who are licensed dentists receiving advanced specialty training) provide care under the close supervision of expert faculty. As is typical at academic dental clinics, fees are lower than those charged by private-practice dental offices.

The school offers evening appointments on Mondays and Thursdays, emergency dental services throughout the week, and a faculty dental service group where care is provided to the public by dental faculty members.

For more information, visit www.dental.pacific.edu or call (415) 929-6501. Appointments are required. The clinics accept Denti-Cal, cash, credit cards and most private insurance plans. Flexible payment plans are also offered for those without insurance.

Contacts

Arthur A. Dugoni School of Dentistry
Dan Soine, 415-351-7106
dsoine@pacific.edu