Children's Dental Clinic
The Dignity Health Children's Dental Clinic provides free preventive dental services and oral health education to the community. Interpreter services are available upon request.
Services provided include:
- Professional cleanings
- Fluoride varnish applications
- Dental sealants
- Oral hygiene education
- Radiographic imaging
- Referrals for restorative treatment
To qualify, a child must be 18 years of age or younger and qualified for a federal, state, county or local health care program, qualified for a free or reduced federal school meal program or from a family with a household income under 200 percent of federal poverty guidelines. Interpreter services are available.
To schedule an appointment, or for more information, please call (480) 728-5790.
Dignity Health Children's Dental Clinic also offers the following classes and programs to school aged students, parents, pregnant women, educators, community providers and community members:
- Character Counts for Parents
- Free Oral Health classes
- Pregnant and Parenting Teen Oral Health Program
- Train-the-Trainer: Parenting Oral Health Class
To schedule a class, please call (480) 728-5722.
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