Tri-County Community Dental Clinic and Mobile Dental Clinic

9 Tri Park Way
Appleton, WI - 54914
Telephone: 920-882-5500

Tri-County Community Dental Clinic is an all volunteer dental clinic whose mission is to provide quality oral health care services in a caring and compassionate manner to those individuals in Calumet, Outagamie, and Winnebago counties whose access to dental health care is limited due to inadequate income, or reduced access to Medicaid care. Services are provided by volunteer professionals including dentists, registered hygienists and dental assistants, as well as dental students from Marquette University School of Dentistry, and dental hygiene and assisting students from Fox Valley Technical College. Patients must live in Calumet, Outagamie, or Winnebago County. Patients must have NO dental insurance. Patients must have family income below 200% of federal poverty level or a forward card (badger care) co-pays are required at every appointment and may only be paid in cash. You will be required to make a co-payment based on a sliding scale according to your income. The maximum co-payment for a regular dental care appointment will be $25.00. Bring proof of your family income and residence if you have not been seen at the clinic in the past 3 months. Arrive 15 minutes early to each appointment to fill out necessary paperwork. If you miss an appointment, you will not be seen for six months. Care may be provided by Marquette University School of Dentistry dental students or a Fox Valley Technical College dental hygiene student under the supervision of one of their local volunteer dentists. Denitstry for Children Children under 18 must be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian at every appointment. Children must be supervised in the waiting area. Children not receiving treatment must remain in the waiting area. They may not accompany an adult or other child in the treatment room.

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