Low Income Dental Work?

I need to have what's left of my teeth pulled and then be fitted for dentures, but I'm on a low, fixed income. Where can I find information about this in Washington? I have no insurance.


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March 6, 20151 found this helpful
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This site lists 437 free, low-cost or sliding scale clinics in Washington. It shows eligibility and details. The towns are listed in alphabetical order.

For other state listings, just change the last two letters at the end of the web address to your state letters to get your states list.

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March 5, 20150 found this helpful

You can seek treatment at a dental school in your area. The students are in training and their work is overseen by the instructors.

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March 6, 20150 found this helpful

I am in the same boat in SD & our Dental School only does extractions & fillings, no dentures. I too am disabled on a fixed income & need dentures badly! One thing I know is that Dentists (like Doctors & Lawyers) are required by their Ethics to do some Pro Bono work each year.


Finding a sympathetic dentist to do the work Pro Bono {free or reduced fee} might be your best option. Best wishes!

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