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Selected Dental Resources for Erie County

Baker Victory Dental Center

790 Ridge Road, Lackawanna, NY 14218


Most major insurance plans are accepted, including Medicaid.

Services include: Cleanings, crowns, fillings, bridges, extractions, dentures, and root canals.  Lab work and X-ray procedures are handled on-site.  Patients with special needs can be accommodated and are welcomed.

Community Health Center of Buffalo

34 Benwood Ave. (off Main Street) Buffalo, NY 14214


Accept all insurances in addition to Medicaid and Medicare; sliding scale fee for uninsured based on income & number of household members.

Dental Hygiene Clinic, Erie Community College, North Campus

6205 Main Street, Spring Student Center, Room S-127, Williamsville, NY 14221-7095


Limited services are free.

Services include:  Individualized instruction in the care of gum; teeth Scaling and polishing the teeth; Fluoride treatment; Sealants; Dental X-ray films Recommendations for professional dental care

ECMC Dental Center

462 Grider Street, Suite 150, Buffalo, NY 14215,  


Medicaid, GHI Preferred, Univera Healthplex with site number 1238

Services provided: Preventive dental treatment at ECMC includes such procedures as sealants, fluoride applications, regular dental cleanings and check-ups.

Restorative dental treatment at ECMC includes a range of procedures which entails all phases of dentistry including fillings, root canals, crowns, bridges, dentures, etc.  The ECMC dental center also offers services for the treatment of gum diseases such as periodontitis and gingivitis which includes gum surgeries.  A variety of oral surgical services are provided at ECMC.  These services include the extraction of severely decayed teeth, the removal of impacted third molars (wisdom teeth), and dental implants, used to replace missing teeth.

Neighborhood Health Center- Blasdell

4233 Lake Avenue, Blasdell, NY 14219  (716)332-3070

Neighborhood Health Center-Northwest

155 Lawn Avenue, Buffalo, NY 14207    (716)875-2904

Neighborhood Health Center-Mattina

300 Niagara St, Buffalo, NY 14201         (716)875-2904

Accept all insurances in addition to Medicaid and Medicare; sliding scale fee for uninsured based on

income & number of household members.

The Dental Department at Neighborhood Health Center offers complete dental services including: examinations, cleanings, fluoride treatments, sealants, fillings, dentures (complete or partial), crowns, root canals, minor oral surgery, limited gum treatments and oral cancer screenings. The focus is on prevention.

The Health Center conducts special programs for children starting at age 1. Regular examinations and cleanings are encouraged. Emergency care is provided through Buffalo General Hospital and Erie County Medical Center. Dentistry is available at the Blasdell, Northwest and Mattina locations.

University at Buffalo School of Dental Medicine

Clinical facilities are located in Squire Hall on the University at Buffalo's South Campus on Main Street near the intersection of Bailey Avenue.  It is easily accessible from Millersport Highway (Route 263), Main St. (Route 5), or Bailey Ave. (Route 62).  Parking is available in the shaded lots on the map below with a daily permit obtained from the reception desk in Squire Hall.


Satellite office of the UB School of Dental Medicine  

UB First Care Dental Clinic

Erie County Health Mall, 1500 Broadway Avenue


Fee for Service.

Perspective patients are required to fill out an application and proceed through a screening appointment.  Application and screening do not guarantee acceptance.  Request a patient application packet from the patient admissions office at (716)829-2732.  Complete forms and return. There is a fee unless Medicaid active. DO NOT SEND CASH.

Patients who do not qualify to participate in the clinical educational program will be notified in writing.  We regret that all patients screened cannot be accepted for dental care.

The fees charged are substantially less than the cost of care from a private dentist and treatment progresses more slowly.  The lower fees are offered to compensate for the longer treatment time and more frequent visits.  Your estimated fees will be presented to you along with a treatment plan before any substantial treatment is begun; however, payment is required at time of service.  It may become necessary to refer some or all of your treatment to one of the post-graduate or specialized clinics. Fees for treatment by dentists in the advanced clinics are higher than those offered in the student dental clinics (pre-doctoral), because the providers are licensed dentists working either toward a specialized degree or gaining additional experience in a general dentistry setting.  You will be informed if all or part of your dental care requires referral to one of those clinics.

Please note: this is not a comprehensive list.  Contact providers in your area to inquire about dental services.