Resource for Dental Care Guide
Our Resource for Dental Care Guide is a directory of free and low-cost dental clinics and programs across the state. Free clinics and programs provide services at no cost and are made possible by volunteer dental professionals and donations. However, the demand for free services is very high and the supply of volunteers is limited.
There are generally long waiting lists for free dental care. We highly recommend trying a low-cost clinic first.
The Resource Guide is updated and emailed to those on our email list each quarter.
Attention Resource Providers
If you are a dental care resource listed in our guide, please review your listing to be sure it’s accurate and complete. If you know of any other free or low-cost dental care resources, please let us know about them. To revise a listing or recommend another resource for the guide, contact Teri Bachhofer.
Find a Community Health Center Near You for Low-Cost Care
Community Health Centers (also known as Federally Qualified Health Centers) are nonprofit community-based clinics that serve people who are low-income, uninsured, or underserved. They provide comprehensive health care services including dental care. They provide services on a sliding fee scale, meaning the cost of care is based on the patient's income and ability to pay.
There are generally no waiting lists for dental care. Click here for an interactive map that will help you find a Community Health Center near you.
Other Options for Dental Care
Did you know that SoonerCare (Oklahoma's Medicaid program) covers all dental costs for qualifying Oklahoma children? Visit mysoonercare.org for details.
Individual Dental Plans
If your employer doesn't provide dental insurance, you may find one of Delta Dental of Oklahoma's dental benefits plans for individuals and families to be a good option for you. For details, call 405-607-2100 (OKC Metro) or 800-522-0188 (Toll Free) or visit DeltaDentalOK.org.