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Dental Access Line: 757-502-7400 Option 1

Western Tidewater Dental Access Line: 757-502-7400 Option 4


HAMPTON ROADS DENTAL SAFETY-NET PROVIDERS – SOUTHSIDE

Beach Health Clinic

3396 Holland Rd. Suite 102


Virginia Beach, VA
(757) 428-5601

http://beachhealthclinic.org



Services: Basic dental services - extractions, fillings, hygiene.

Eligibility: Uninsured residents of Virginia Beach with household incomes below 200% of federal poverty. Proof of income and residency required.

Fees: minimal cost to qualified individuals
Chesapeake Care

Hampton Roads Dental Center
2145 South Military Highway

Chesapeake, VA 233


(757) 545-5700 Ext. 218

www.chesapeakecare.org


Services: Dental exams, x-rays, cleanings, restorations (fillings) and extractions

Eligibility: Medicaid insured children and adults; uninsured adult residents of Hampton Roads cities with household incomes below 200% federal poverty. Proof of income & residency required along with a current federal tax return, picture ID, and social security card.

Fees: $20 annual fee and $20 per visit.
Hampton Roads Community Health Center

Ocean View Medical and Dental Center

9581 Shore Drive


Norfolk, VA 23518
(757) 399-4588
Services:
Dental Exams, X-rays, Preventative treatment, Restorative treatment such as fillings, extractions, root canals of the anterior teeth, Partial or complete dentures, and emergency visits.

Eligibility: Residents of South Hampton Roads. Children enrolled in the school lunch program are automatically eligible for services. Proof of income & residency required.

Fees: Most insurance plans, including Medicaid, Medicaid HMO's and FAMIS are accepted. Uninsured individuals pay sliding scale fees according to income level.
Hampton Roads Community Health Center
Portsmouth Community Health Center
Healthy Smiles Dental Center
664-A Lincoln Street
Portsmouth, VA 23704
(757) 399-4588

http://www.hrchc.org/healthy-smiles-dental-center


Services: Dental exams, x-rays, preventative treatment, restorative treatment such as fillings, extractions, root canals of the anterior teeth, partial or complete dentures, and emergency visits.

Eligibility: Adults and children residing in South Hampton Roads. Proof of income & residency is required for uninsured sliding scale fees.

Fees: Most insurance plans, including Medicaid, Medicaid HMO's and FAMIS are accepted. Uninsured pay sliding scale fees according to income level.
Hampton Roads Community Health Center

Healthy Smiles Mobile Dental Program

Services, Eligibility & Fees: Provides free dental care to children in Portsmouth, Norfolk and Suffolk during the school year. Eligibility is based on enrollment in a participating school or Insurance.

Horizon Health

Ivor Dental Clinic
8579 Ivor Rd
Ivor, VA 23866
(757) 859-9070

http://hhsinc.net/



Services: Cleanings, x-rays, fillings, extractions, dentures, partials, crowns, bridges and more.

Eligibility: All community residents have equal access regardless of ability to pay, geographic locations/residence, culture, age, sex or religion. Proof of income/attestation required.

Cost: Sliding Scale Fees. A $10.00 minimum is charged for dental services.
Old Dominion University Dental Hygiene Care Facility
ODU Health Sciences Building, 1st Floor
46th Street & Hampton Blvd.
Norfolk, VA
(757) 683-4308

http://hs.odu.edu/dental/dh_facil.shtml

Services: Health History and Blood Pressure Assessment, Oral Cancer Screening, Dental and Periodontal Charting , Oral Health Education and Health Promotion, Oral Prophylaxis, Therapeutic Scaling, Extrinsic Stain Removal, Soft Tissue Management, Fluoride Therapy, Dental Sealants, Dietary Assessment and Nutritional Counseling, Prosthetic (Denture/Partial) Cleaning, Custom Athletic Mouthguard, Custom Fluoride Tray, Radiographic Services (if indicated), Up to Four Radiographs (included with oral prophylaxis), Full-Mouth Radiographic Series, Panographic Radiographs, Individual Radiographs, Local Drug Delivery, Radiographs

Eligibility: No financial requirements. Insurance is not accepted.

Fees: Minimal fees are charged to cover the expense of supplies used during care. Clinic Fees are to be paid at the first appointment.

**Only open September – June**


Park Place Adult Dental Clinic

606 W. 29th Street

Norfolk, VA 23508
(757) 965-4244

http://parkplaceclinic.org

Services: Hygiene (cleanings), Restorations (fillings), and Extractions. Limited partials and dentures

Eligibility: Norfolk residents, 18 years and older who have no dental insurance or a current relationship with a dentist and are at or below 200% poverty. Screenings are held over the phone. Picture ID, proof of Norfolk residency and income are required.

Fees: $25 per visit  
Norfolk Department of Public Health (ending December 2015)

207 East Little Creek Road


Norfolk, VA 23505
(757) 531-2133

www.norfolk.gov/pub_health/ClinicalServices.asp#Dental
Services: Oral Health Education, Preventative Care, X-rays, restorative care including fillings, crowns, limited root canal, extractions, emergency care and school dental exams.

Eligibility: Preschool and school aged children and young adults up to age 20 who reside in the city of Norfolk.

Fees: Sliding scale fee based on income. Medicaid and FAMIS are accepted.
Southeastern Virginia Health System

Main Street Physicians

157 N Main Street, Suite A


Suffolk, VA 23434
(757) 925-1866

www.sevhs.org



Services: Adult and pediatric preventive & restorative dental care including exams, x-rays, cleanings, and treatment plans by the Attending Dentist.

Eligibility: Valid ID, insurance card and proof of income are required.

Fees: Medicaid, Medicaid HMO's, FAMIS "Smiles for Children," and sliding scale fees based on income.
Surry Area Free Clinic
474 Colonial Trail West
Surry, VA 23883
(757) 294-0132

http://www.surryfreeclinic.org


Services: Basic Dental Services available.

Eligibility: Must be a resident of Surry, Isle of Wight, Southampton counties, ages 19-64, uninsured and income eligible (up to 200% federal poverty)

Cost: Free to eligible persons
Virginia Beach Department of Public Health
4452 Corporation Lane
Virginia Beach, VA 23462
(757) 518-2694

www.vdh.virginia.gov/LHD/vabeach/clinic/communicable.htm#dental
Services: Exams, X-rays, cleaning, sealants, restorations and selective root-canals

Eligibility: Virginia Beach children from 6 months up to 18 years of age and those in the free or reduced school lunch programs. Income information & city residency required.

Fees: Sliding scale fees based on level of income, certain services are free. Medicaid & FAMIS accepted.
Virginia Beach Mercy Dental

404 S. Parliament Drive Suite 102A


Virginia Beach, VA 23462

(757) 490-1110



www.vbmercydental.com

Services: Exams, x-rays, extractions, fillings, cleanings, bleaching, restorative, dentures, implants, crown & bridge, and orthodontics

Eligibility: Liberal payment plans are available. Pay as you go.  Clinic accepts Medicaid, United Concordia, Delta, Atena, and Cigna for Adults and Children

Cost: Fees:  Emergency Visit & X-Ray $49,                     
Regular Cleaning with Exam and X-Ray $130, Regular Extraction $107-$247, Dentures and Partials-under $600-$800, Bleaching $100 per arch, Night Guards $350  (prices subject to change without notice).
Western Tidewater Free Dental Clinic
2019 Meade Parkway
Suffolk, VA 23434
(757) 923-1060

http://wtfreeclinic.org
Services: Dental exams, x-rays, preventive treatments, restorations (fillings) and extractions (tooth pulling)

Eligibility: Adult residents of the cities of Franklin and Suffolk, and the counties of Southampton and Isle of Wight with no dental insurance and incomes below 200% of Federal Poverty. Proof of income and residency is required. Eligibility Confirmation is by appointment only.

Cost: Minimal fee


HAMPTON ROADS DENTAL SAFETY-NET PROVIDERS – PENINSULA

City of Newport News Dental Clinic
416 J. Clyde Morris Blvd.
Newport News, VA 23601
(757)933-2369

http://www.vdh.state.va.us/lhd/peninsula/dentalclinic.htm



Services: Fillings and Extractions.
Eligibility: Uninsured adult residents of Newport News with household income below 200% federal poverty. Proof of income & residency required.

Fees: Sliding scale fee based on income level.



Community Free Dental Clinic of Newport News

727 25th Street

Newport News, VA

(757) 594-4060



Services: Dental exams, x-rays, preventive treatments, restorations (fillings) and extractions (tooth pulling)
Eligibility:
Newport News residents, 19 years or older with no dental insurance and household income at or below 200% of the Federal Poverty. Proof of income & residency, Photo ID, social security card required.

Fees: One-time $5.00 fee for clinic card.
H.E.L.P. Clinic (Dental)
Hampton Health Department
1320 LaSalle Avenue
Hampton, VA 23669-3801
(757) 727-2577

www.helpushelpu.org/DentalClinicHELP.html

Services: Dental exams, x-rays, preventive treatments, restorations (fillings) and extractions (tooth pulling)
Eligibility:
Adult patients with no dental insurance at or below 200% of the Federal Poverty. Peninsula residents only. Proof of income & residency required.
Fees:
Prepaid $25 administrative fee for each visit
Lackey Clinic
1620 Old Williamsburg Road
Yorktown, VA 23690
(757) 886-0608

www.lackeyclinic.org
Services: Exams, Extractions, Fillings and Cleanings
Eligibility: Adults who are uninsured and have been denied Medicaid coverage. Dentally uninsured residents of Williamsburg, James City County, York County and upper Newport News with incomes at or below 200% poverty. Proof of income & residency required.
Fees: No charge for eligible persons. A $10 donation is requested.
Olde Towne Medical & Dental Clinic
5249 Olde Towne Road
Williamsburg, VA 23188
(757) 259-3258

www.oldetownemedicalcenter.org
Services: Dental Education, Cleaning, X-ray, Fillings, Preventative care, Extractions and Dental Emergencies.
Eligibility: Residents of Williamsburg, James City County and York County areas. Proof of identity and proof of income must be provided.
Fees: Sliding Scale fees apply. All root canals are $70.00.
Southeastern Virginia Health System
Community Dental Center
1033 28th Street
Newport News, VA 23607
(757) 928-3810

www.sevhs.org
Services: Adult and pediatric preventive & restorative dental care including dental exams, cleanings, fillings, extractions, root canals, sealants, fluoride treatments, and other treatment as indicated by the Attending Dentist.
Eligibility: Valid ID, insurance card and proof of income required.
Fees:
Medicaid, Medicaid HMO's, FAMIS "Smiles for Children" and sliding scale fees according to income level.



DENTAL SAFETY-NET PROVIDERS – VIRGINIA



Virginia Commonwealth University (VCU)

VCU Dental Care

520 North 12th Street

Richmond, Virginia 23298

(804) 828-9190

http://www.dentistry.vcu.edu/patientcare/


DENTAL SERVICES FOR VETERANS



Veterans Affairs Medical Center
Dental Clinic
100 Emancipation Drive
Hampton, VA 23667
(757) 722-9961 Ext. 3530
www.va.gov/midatlantic/facilities/hampton.asp
Services: Preventive, restorative, oral surgery
Eligibility:
Limited to veterans with service connected dental conditions or those with 100% service connected ratings

Veterans Dental Eligibility: http://www.va.gov/health/services/dental/
VA implemented a comprehensive national VA Dental Insurance Program (VADIP) to give enrolled Veterans and CHAMPVA beneficiaries the opportunity to purchase dental insurance through Delta Dental and MetLife at a reduced cost. Participation is voluntary. Purchasing a dental plan does not affect Veterans’ eligibility for VA dental services and treatment. http://www.va.gov/healthbenefits/vadip/VADIP_fact_sheet_v15.pdf
Returning Service members (OEF/OIF/OND)

Eligibility for VA dental benefits is based on very specific guidelines and differs significantly from eligibility requirements for medical care. Combat Veterans may be authorized dental treatment as reasonably necessary for the one-time correction of dental conditions if:


  • They served on active duty and were discharged or released from active duty under conditions other than dishonorable from a period of service not less than 90 days and

  • The certificate of discharge or release does not bear a certification that the Veteran was provided, within the 90-day period before the date of such discharge or release, a complete dental examination

  • Appropriate dental service and treatment indicated by the examination to be needed and

  • Application for VA dental treatment is made within 180 days of discharge or release under conditions other than dishonorable)

Additional Information

Additional information is available at the nearest VA medical facility. Veterans can also call VA toll-free at 877-222-VETS (8387).


DENTURES



Affordable Dentures

2999 Corporate Lane, Suite B11


Shops at Godwin Marketplace
Suffolk, VA 23434

(757) 934-6040



www.affordabledentures.com/office/suffolk-va/

Fees & Coupons Available on website


Affordable Dentures

3980 Virginia Beach Blvd.

Suite 103, Loehmann's Plaza

Virginia Beach, VA 23452

(757) 655-7292

http://www.affordabledentures-vabeach.com/

Fees & Coupons Available on website


Rosemont Denture Center

Rosemont Interstate Center I

195 S. Rosemont Road, Suite 116

Virginia Beach, VA 23452

757-498-6988

http://www.rosemontdenture.com/

Free Consultations – Fee schedule available on website





HELPFUL LINKS & RESOURCES



Dental Clinic Directory

http://www.dentalclinicdirectory.com/
Free Dental Clinic Directory

http://freeclinicdirectory.org/
Virginia Dental Association Foundation

3460 Mayland Ct., Suite 110


Henrico, Virginia 23233
(804) 288-5750

https://vadental.org/public-patient-resources/low-cost-dental-services
The National Institute of Dental and Craniofacial Research (NIDCR), one of the federal government's National Institutes of Health, leads the nation in conducting and supporting research to improve oral health. Visit their website by clicking on this link http://www.nidcr.nih.gov/FindingDentalCare
The National Network for Oral Health Access (NNOHA) is a nationwide network of dental providers who care for patients in Migrant, Homeless and Community Health Centers. The NNOHA Web site is a collection of information, contacts, and resources for current and prospective members http://www.nnoha.org


OTHER DENTAL PROGRAMS



Donated Dental Services (DDS)

Access Partnership manages the DDS program for VDA components 1&2 (Greater Hampton Roads – Peninsula and Southside plus Virginia’s Eastern Shore). Call 757-502-7400 Option 1 or go to http://accesspartnership.org/11.html

ELIGIBILITY: Many dentists in our area have volunteered to provide dental care at little or no charge to people who, because of a disability, advanced age or serious medical problems, do not have income to pay for needed dental care.

To qualify for the DDS program, an individual must meet one of the following

requirements:

·        Elderly (Over age 65) or

·        Permanently disabled (receiving SSI, SSDI, etc.) or

·        Being treated for a serious medical condition which necessities dental care

to improve the condition or treatment options (i.e. transplants, chemotherapy, uncontrolled diabetes)

In addition the applicant must meet all of the following criteria:

·        Demonstrate sufficient financial need (household income must be

within 150% federal poverty guidelines - see table at bottom of page)

·        Have reliable transportation

·        Require comprehensive dental care (more than simply a check-up, cleaning, or dentures only)



COST: There is usually no cost to those who qualify but individuals who can pay for part of their care will be asked to do so, especially when laboratory work is involved.

Give Back A Smile

Adult (18+) women and men who have received dental injuries to any of the front 8 teeth only, (otherwise known as the "smile-zone") from: Former intimate partner or spouse (husband, wife, boyfriend, or girlfriend), family member, or sexual violence (sexual assault and/or rape). Human trafficking is taken into consideration.  

(800) 773-4227

http://www.aacd.com
Health Care for the Homeless (HCH) Program

The HCH program emphasizes a multi-disciplinary approach to delivering care to homeless persons and includes dental care through FQHCs that receive funding.



Hampton Roads Community Health Center (HRCHC)

Norfolk and Portsmouth sites



www.hrchc.org

Southeastern Virginia Health System (SEVHS)

Hampton, Newport News and Suffolk sites



www.sevhs.org
Ryan White HIV/AIDS Program

The Dental Programs provide additional funding for oral health care for people with HIV. http://hab.hrsa.gov/abouthab/partfdental.html

Fact Sheet: http://hab.hrsa.gov/abouthab/files/oral_health_fact_sheet.pdf

Dental services are available at HRCHC and SEVHS sites with dental clinics. https://locator.aids.gov/


Smiles for Children

Find a safety net dentist or locate a private dentist who accepts Smiles for Children & other programs visit: http://www.dentaquestgov.com


Western Tidewater Dental Voucher Program

Eligibility: Residents of the cities of Suffolk and Franklin; Surry, Dendron and Elberon in the eastern half of Surry County; Waverly and Wakefield in Sussex County; Boykins, Newsoms, Courtland, Sedley and Ivor in Southampton County; Isle of Wight County; and Gates County, North Carolina

Acute dental needs (pain, infection, extensive decay that affects health), Adults over age 18, no dental insurance, no resources to pay for dental care, within 200% poverty level.



Intake: Through a referral from community agency or by calling 757-502-7400 Option #4. Financial screening and application including proof of income and residency are required. Once approved, a dental voucher is provided which can be used at participating dental offices. Voucher is limited to $300 per person per year.

 



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