New Patients

The dental school provides dental treatment for patients at a cost lower than most private doctors’ offices. Treatment is provided by dental students and graduate students who are supervised by licensed dentists.

How to Make a New Patient Appointment
• Call (317) 274-7433 Option #1 (Dental School’s Patient Admitting Office)
• Information needed to make appointment:
        o Your legal name
        o Date of Birth
        o Home address
        o A telephone number that is best to reach you

What will be done at the 1st New Patient Appointment
• Screening Exam Only
• X-rays will be taken (If you have had x-rays taken in another doctor’s office recently, bring a copy with you or send them electronically to   If  the doctor and student determines that the x-rays can be used, you will not be charged for more x-rays).
• Cost for the 1st new patient appointment visit is between $60 - $68.
• Expect to be at your appointment 3 to 3 ½ hours

What you will need to bring with you at the 1st New Patient Appointment
• Picture ID
• Emergency Contact Information
• Insurance Card (If you have dental insurance)
• Medicaid Card (If you have  Medicaid insurance)
• If you do not have dental insurance or Medicaid, you must pay for services by cash, check, money order or credit cards (Visa, MasterCard, Discover Card, American Express or JCB) on the day of your appointment.
• Do not bring children with you unless they are supervised by another adult in the waiting room.

Patient Parking - Free parking is available in our patient-only parking lot located West of the Dental School.   The lot will be attended by parking ambassadors daily who will assist and direct you if needed.  You will be issued a parking decal to display in the interior lower right corner of your windshield.  This will allow you to park in this lot for future appointments.

If you have questions regarding patient parking, please call (317) 274-7433.

Construction has begun on the conversion of Michigan Street to accommodate two-way traffic between West Street and White River Parkway. 

This will significantly impact traffic flow around the Dental School through early 2018.  

It is recommended that incoming traffic take New York Street to Barnhill Avenue to Vermont Street to access the dental school parking lot.

Please plan for unexpected delays.

Patient Rights and Responsibilities Statement