At Creighton, we want you to feel fully prepared for your appointment. That’s why we ask that you please review the following resources before your appointment.
- Patient Rights
- Consent to Treat
- Creighton University Notice of Privacy Practices: in English and Spanish
- Medical Identity Theft Policy
Frequently Asked Questions
We sure are. Interested in applying? We encourage you to learn how to become a patient with us.
At Creighton, applying for an appointment is quick and easy. Complete our Patient Application Form and we’ll get back to you as soon as possible or call 402.280.5990 to speak with one of our representatives. Please note that we cannot guarantee all applicants an appointment.
I’ve already had dental X-rays done—can Creighton use these in evaluating my oral health, instead of taking new X-rays?
If you’ve had X-rays taken in the past six months by another dentist, we encourage you to have him or her send those X-rays to us. Please note, however, that it may be necessary for us to take additional X-rays before we can serve your needs.
At your first appointment we’ll provide you with an assessment examination that includes X-rays, to determine whether your dental needs match the educational needs of our students. Please note that no otherdental treatment will be provided at this appointment. If Creighton isn’t right for you, we’ll refer you to a general practitioner or specialist who is.
Because our clinic integrates dental education with quality care appointments at Creighton generally last two to four hours. Please schedule accordingly.