Free dental care is available at local health department clinics, charity clinics and dental schools. Services are free to individuals and families who meet residence and financial qualifications. Those whose income does not qualify them for free care may pay according to an income-based sliding sca
Free dental clinics in the United States include the Harrisonburg- Rockingham Free Clinic and dental clinics established by the community organization Mission of Mercy. Remote Area Medical, or RAM, also provides professional dental care and other medical services through mobile clinics, which are se
Clinical dental technicians serve as a cross between a dentist and dental technician by both taking impressions from patients who need dentures and also making and fitting dentures to those specifications. Registered CDTs also provide oral exams to ensure the general health of the patient's edentulo
FreeDentalCare.us is a national database of low-income dental clinics and dental care. On the home page, click on any state to peruse a list of cities and corresponding low-income dental clinics.
Applicants can find jobs with dental clinics online at USA Jobs, iHireDental, Aspen Dental, Wisconsin Dental Association and Academy of LDS Dentists, as of 2015. Major career search engines also have listings of positions at dental clinics, such as Career Builder, Monster and Glassdoor.
NYU College of Dentistry and Columbia University College of Dental Medicine offer lower cost and sometimes free dental services in New York City. Costs vary based on a patient's financial situation and dental needs. Some patients qualify for free services, while others pay a reduced rate for service
The USC Dental Clinic located at the Union Rescue Mission provides dental care free of charge, as of June 2015. The clinic is open to guests of Union Rescue Mission and underprivileged people who are part of neighboring shelters or programs.
As of 2015, dental services provided by the UCLA Dental Clinics in Venice and Westwood, California, are not free. However, the clinics provide services at prices of up to 50 percent less than private dental practices.
Apply for free dental help through certain government websites or non-governmental organizations. Carefully read through each website to understand the requirements for receiving free dental help. Local health departments, medical insurance programs, dental schools, clinical trials, and state and lo
Contact dental schools in your area to see if they can perform your procedure for free, according to About.com. The procedure may take longer since students are learning and practicing the procedure, but it is overseen by a qualified dentist who makes sure it is done correctly.