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Clinical Facilities

The clinical facilities in the Department of Orthodontics at Texas A&M University School of Dentistry offer state of the art equipment and furnishings in a pleasant atmosphere. The School of Dentistry Clinic and Education building was built in 2020. Each floor has an inviting waiting room with views of downtown Dallas. The orthodontic clinic is named after one of our esteemed alumni and former Department Head, Dr. Phillip M. Campbell, with the support of funds provided by our generous alumni.

Our clinic consists of 24 chairs; each resident has their own chair to treat patients and there are 6 overflow chairs. We have 4 wonderful chairside assistants, as well as an in-house lab and skilled lab technician to help deliver the highest quality care to our patients.

In our inviting clinic, we offer treatment to children, adolescents and adults. We use a thorough method of data (record) gathering to properly assess, diagnose, and treatment plan each patient. We practice a wide range of modern techniques, and our prestigious faculty carefully choose which techniques to use on a patient-by-patient basis, utilizing the latest technology, digital imaging, cone beam 3D radiography, lasers and mini-screw implants when indicated.

Our goal is for every patient to feel relaxed and at ease while receiving the finest care by our talented residents and faculty. Our Graduate Orthodontic Clinic is located in on the fifth floor of the Clinic and Education Building at 3000 Gaston Avenue. For more information or to schedule an orthodontic appointment, please call 214-828-8121. Parking is available in the pay parking facility on the second and third floors of the clinic building or at parking meters, usually available on the adjacent streets.