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The Department of Veterans Affairs only provides free dental care to a small group of veterans. Veterans who are not eligible for free dentistry can purchase reduced cost dental insurance through the VA Dental Insurance ... More »

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To receive free or low cost dental work, visit a local United Way and/or health department, try applying for Medicaid or CHIP benefits (for children 19 and under), or participate in clinical trials for dental schools or ... More »

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Get free dental work through dental schools, government-sponsored programs, free clinics and local dentist associations. Dental care becomes even more important as individuals advance in age. This is because the teeth be... More »

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