Midwestern University partnership with Royal Oaks is brag-worthy
For many years, Royal Oaks residents have enjoyed the convenience of a dental clinic on-site, operated by Midwestern University. The rates for dental work are usually much less than private dentists and the atmosphere of learning makes getting dental work done less stressful since the students take their time and explain what is happening as they complete the work.
Many people don't realize they can use Midwestern's clinics in Glendale. They have six colleges,including Arizona's largest medical school and only veterinary college. Four campus clinics offer quality, affordable healthcare to the community, including the Midwestern University Dental Institute, Eye Institute, Multispecialty Clinic, and Companion Animal Clinic.
The Dental Institute offers comprehensive dental care at affordable prices. Third and fourth-year students provide the following services under expert faculty supervision: cleanings, fillings, crowns, implants, dentures, and more. Our Institute also offers specialty suites for cone-beam imaging, wheelchair exams, oral surgery, pediatric dentistry, orthodontics, and more.
At the Eye Institute, third and fourth-year students also provide quality care under close faculty supervision.Specialty areas include: primary eye care, ocular disease management, pediatrics/vision therapy, sports vision training, contact lenses/ocular prosthetics, low vision/ visual rehabilitation, and a vision center/optical services.
The Multispecialty Clinic offers complete family care in one location, provided by fully-licensed physicians and other healthcare professionals. Services include: Family Medicine, Osteopathic Manipulative Medicine, Speech-Language Pathology, Clinical Psychology, Foot and Ankle care, and Pharmacy consultations.
Our newest clinic, the Companion Animal Clinic, provides comprehensive small animal care, including internal medicine, diagnostic imaging, surgery, dentistry, wellness check-ups, senior pet care, oncology services, physical therapy/rehabilitation, and more. Currently, faculty veterinarians provide care, and starting in 2017, third- and fourth-year students will see patients under faculty supervision.