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Dental and Oral Health

Dental and Oral Health


1060 Hinesburg Road
Suite 201
South Burlington,  Vermont  05403

Monday 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Tuesday 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Wednesday 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Thursday 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Friday 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Make an Appointment

Please call us to reserve your appointment. Most insurance accepted. Plenty of free parking available. Please bring your insurance ID to your office visit. Call us today.


Dental Health at UVM Medical Center

Special Notice:

Dental and Oral Health at the University of Vermont Medical Center is temporarily closed starting Monday, March 23 through Friday, April 10. Patients with appointments during this time period will be contacted.

If you are a current Dental and Oral Health patient with a dental emergency, please call to be put in touch with the provider on call.

The Dental General Practice Residency program at the University of Vermont Medical Center has been serving our community for nearly 50 years. Our residents collaborate with UVM Medical Center staff dentists, volunteer dentists, and specialists from the community to bring the finest clinical and academic experience to our Dental & Oral Health practice.

Our dental office provides preventive and comprehensive oral health care for patients of all ages.

  • Teeth Cleanings and exams
  • Oral cancer screenings
  • Fillings, crowns, bridges, implant restorations, extractions and root canals
  • Urgent care appointments available to evaluate minor infections, toothaches, chipped or cracked teeth and re-cementing crowns

The Importance of Establishing a Dental Home

Establishing a “Dental Home” means that your oral health care is delivered in a comprehensive, coordinated, accessible, and family-centered way. The ongoing relationship between the dental professionals and the patient is crucial. Having a dental home also helps ensure that the appropriate referral is given when the recommended treatment is outside of the general dentist’s scope of practice.      

The Benefits of Good Dental Health

Oral disease and gum inflammation impact some of the top health issues Americans face, such as stroke, heart disease, diabetes, cancer and premature labor. A professional dental examination is the first step in assessing your personal risk factors. Our residents can then recommend appropriate treatment to improve your oral health.

Your dental and oral health is an important part of our commitment to your family's wellness.