Alexandria Neighborhood Health Services

4480 King Street
Alexandria, VA - 22302
Telephone: (703) 535-1583

Dental Services: Cleanings  X-rays  Fillings  Extractions Neighborhood Health is able to assist those with financial need through their sliding fee scale program. Hours:   Monday, 8:00 am - 4:00 pm.

Hours of Operation

  • Monday 8:00 AM - 4:00 PM
  • Tuesday closed
  • Wednesday closed
  • Thursday closed
  • Friday closed
  • Saturday closed
  • Sunday closed

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.

We also now display low cost, affordable clinics for the needy. Yes, our website name is, but we now provide more. We are as specific as possible on the listing pages. It is the website users responsibility to contact the clinics listed to confirm whether the clinics is free, low cost, affordable, etc. Do not take it for granted that the clinic is free since it is listed on the website. We provide listings to help those with dental practices and services to help the needy.

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  • Aug 19, 2019

    I am a Vietnam veteran and a retired senior citizen at 73. My PCP is at the VA in Washington, DC. I have 1.) congestive heart failure, 2.) bouts of extreme high BP, 3.0) an IVC filter for leg blood clots, 4.) afib, 5.) a hip replacement in 2018, and 5.) two (2!) total knee replacements. In addition, I have rheumatoid arthritis. On top of that, I lost my front teeth 3 months ago AND have periodontal disease. Clearly, paying for my medical expenses presents me with some challenging financial decisions on a daily basis. My ONLY source of income is social security at $1,534 a month. Not only can I not afford my current medical care, there is NO WAY I can fund needed dental work. "Is there a way I can be assisted in getting my teeth fixed?!??"

  • Sep 17, 2019

    Hello, I am almost 63 and need to work, but with all of my top front and side teeth missing. I have had glued upper teeth, but now the teeth holding them are pretty much non existent. Please help me get my smile back, and be able to bite and chew. Thank you so much. Loretta Young

  • Oct 22, 2020

    Can someone please help me. My teeth Constantly hurt they are breaking are broken and I need help to find some dental care I have his Medicaid anthem health keepers plus please can someone help me show me where I can find affordable or dentures for free?

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