Dental Aid - Longmont CO

1715 Princes Dr.
Longmont, CO - 80501
Telephone: 303-682-2619

Dental Aid serves low-income and uninsured residents of the Front Range. Dental Aid provides oral health care for: Children enrolled in Medicaid and Child Health Plan Plus (CHP+) Uninsured children Single adults Families Individuals with physical or mental disabilities Individuals who are homeless Immigrants from around the world Dental Aid provides care for individuals identified as high-risk for oral health complications including pregnant women, persons with diabetes, persons with heart disease, and individuals living with HIV/AIDS. In 2009, Dental Aid provided comprehensive oral health care for 8,389 low-income and uninsured individuals. Dental Aid has continued to expand capacity to meet the growing demand for affordable oral health care: the total number of patients receiving care at their clinics has increased more than 143% from 2000 through 2009. Inclusiveness is an integral part of Dental Aid's ability to positively impact oral health in their diverse and underserved patient populations. The patient population of Dental Aid is nearly half Latino/a, and more than half of their dental support staff is bilingual/bicultural in English/Spanish. At last count, Dental Aid staff speaks at least 11 different languages, and translation services for languages not spoken by Dental Aid staff are available via telephone.

Many of our Dental Clinics are free and/or government supported. Many are sliding scale dental care for low income. Please call the dental clinics or visit the websites of the dentists to cofirm that these clinics are free or low cost to the needy. We do our best to provide a helpful low cost and free dental services. Always confirm directly with the dental clinis to confirm that our information is up to date.

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