Good oral healthcare is essential to good health. WVU offers many options to best suit your dental care needs and lifestyle. Please review the information below to get started.

Call 304-293-5831 to make an appointment.


WVU dental faculty experts offer a complete range of services, from general dentistry to advanced specialty care. Visit times and fees are comparable to a private dental office.

Graduate dentists are practitioners who are seeking advanced education as general dentists, or who are becoming specialists. Treatment in these clinics is supervised by WVU faculty dentists. Fees generally average 20 to 25 percent less than a private dental office.

Dental Services at the WVU School of Dentistry

General dental services are available in the WVU School of Dentistry student clinics. Treatment is closely supervised by experienced WVU faculty. Although visit times are generally longer than you would experience in private dental offices, fees are generally 40 to 50 percent less than a private dental office.

If you prefer to receive care at the WVU School of Dentistry Student Clinics, please click here to be redirected.

Please Note:

For emergencies which arise from Monday through Friday during normal business hours, patients can receive attention on a walk-in, first-come, first-served basis in the dental school emergency clinic. When emergency treatment is necessary after normal business hours from Monday through Friday and during weekends or holidays, you may call the WVU Healthline at 1-800-982-8242 to discuss your problem and arrange your treatment.

General and Specialty Dental Care for the Entire Family

WVU Dental Care faculty and graduate dentists provide comprehensive state-of-the-art specialty and general dental care. Your appointment will be in one of two convenient locations: our brand new offices located at the Suncrest Towne Centre, or in our familiar Health Sciences Center location (Pediatric Dentistry and Oral Surgery services).

In whichever location you are seen, we employ the most advanced techniques and equipment in a comfortable and supportive environment, thus providing you with the safest and highest quality dental care possible.

WVU Dental Care providers include:

  • Faculty Dentists – The WVU Dental Care faculty dentists offer expert comprehensive oral health services. Patients receive dental care by faculty dentists who are dedicated to various specialties or general family dentistry. When not providing expert care for children and adults our faculty dentists are busy teaching the next generation of dentists at the WVU School of Dentistry.
  • Graduate Dentists – Specialty dental services provided by graduate dentists, at a reduced cost, under the supervision of experienced faculty. Our graduate dentists are enrolled in an additional 2-4 year program to specialize or gain advanced training in a particular area of dentistry.

When calling to make your appointment, please advise our appointment agent which clinic you prefer.

Appointments are available Monday through Friday, 8 am to 5 pm

Please check the links to the left for more detailed information on our services. As an overview, the services available at WVU Dental Care include:

  • Preventive Services & Dental Hygiene, including cleaning, fluoride treatments, sealants, space maintainers (see General Dentistry, below)
  • Diagnostic Services – Examinations, x-rays, imaging, temporomandibular joint problems, special tests
  • Restorative Services – Fillings, bonding, cosmetic dentistry
  • Root canal therapy, bleaching, surgery (see  Endodontics, below)
  • Extractions, impactions, biopsies, corrective jaw surgery, sedations and general anesthesia (see Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery, below)
  • Tooth and jaw alignment for children and adults ( see Orthodontics & Dentofacial Orthopedics, below)
  • Treatment of gum and bone diseases (see Periodontics, below)
  • Crowns, bridges, dentures, partials, implants (see Prosthodontics, below)
  • Maxillofacial Prosthetics – Cleft lip & palate, reconstructive surgery, and prostheses

General dentistry

General dentists prevent, evaluate, diagnose, and treat diseases of the oral cavity, as well as maintain the function and appearance of the teeth. A general dentist may refer patients to a dental specialist or physician for further evaluation and treatment.


Endodontists are specialists in who perform root canal therapy; retreat failed root canal therapy and related infections; diagnose and treat oral and facial pain; save natural teeth and treat injured teeth after trauma; and perform apical surgeries.

Oral and maxillofacial pathology

Oral pathologists are trained to provide optimal care through accurate diagnosis or management of diseases and abnormalities of the oral and maxillofacial region. They provide state of the art, comprehensive consultation and tissue diagnostic and reporting services to hospitals, clinicians, private practitioners and specialists in dentistry and medicine throughout West Virginia.

Oral and maxillofacial surgery

Oral surgeons are trained to treat trauma, congenital and acquired oral and facial defects and disorders, oral and facial infections, cancers of the head and neck region, place dental implants, as well as to perform extractions of teeth including wisdom teeth placement of dental implants.

Oral medicine

Oral medicine patient care includes the management of patients with diseases of the oral soft tissues, oral cancer care, and oral cancer therapy complications, facial pains and Temporomandibular Disorders, atypical conditions such as sensory and motor dysfunctions of the jaws, salivary disorders, behavioral medicine as relates to oral symptoms and conditions, and orofacial diagnostic imaging.


Orthodontists treat the growth and development and alignment of teeth and jaws in children and adults. Most common orthodontic services include early interceptive treatment, comprehensive treatment, conventional braces, as well as retainers and Invisalign clear braces and range from rapid palate expander (RPE) to dental braces and retainers.


Periodontists treat problems related to chronic long term loss of teeth due to gum disease. In addition, other complex bone and soft tissue augmentation procedures related to periodontal and dental implant procedures will be undertaken. Multi-faceted inter-disciplinary treatment modalities related to dental implant dentistry are incorporated through a comprehensive dental care plan with other dental specialists.


Prosthodontists specialize in replacing missing teeth and esthetic restorations through complete oral rehabilitation. Extensive training and experience provide prosthodontists with a special understanding of the dynamics of a smile, the preservation of a healthy mouth and the creation of tooth replacements. Serving as the architect of a dental treatment plan, a prosthodontist collaborates with general dentists, other dental specialists and health professionals to develop solutions to dental and oral health concerns.

Bryan Weaver, DDS, MD

Chair, Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery
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Basel Danan, DDS

Director of Post Graduate Periodontics; Assistant Professor
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Bryan Dye, DDS, MS, FACP

Chair, Restorative Dentistry, Associate Professor
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Larry Hildebrand , DDS

Interim Chair, Assistant Professor
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Michael Meador, DDS

Associate Dean, Clinical Education and Patient Care
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Peter Ngan, DMD

Department Chair, Orthodontics
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WVU Dental Care


451 Suncrest Towne Centre Morgantown, WV 26505