Need Dental Care?

Need Dental Care?


Delta Dental HelpLine 

Our Dental Care Navigators are here to help you find the dental care resources you need and can afford. 

If you cannot afford the necessary dental care, you may qualify for financial assistance from the Delta Dental Urgent Care Fund.

Our HelpLine is not an emergency hotline. If you believe you have a life-threatening dental emergency, call 911 or go to your local hospital emergency room. Calls are returned Monday - Friday, 8:00am-5:00pm. Leave your information as directed and a Navigator will call you back during office hours. The callback will be from a restricted number. If you do not answer, the Navigator will leave instructions for how to return the call, so please check your voicemail.

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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.

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The Resource Guide is updated and emailed to those on our email list each quarter.

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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. To learn more and find a Community Health Center near you, click here.


Other Options for Dental Care

OU Kids' Day

OU Kids’ Day is an annual one-day clinic event held at the OU College of Dentistry that delivers free dental care for children ages 4 to 12 and free screenings for children ages 1 to 3. Details>


Did you know that SoonerCare (Oklahoma's Medicaid program) covers all dental costs for qualifying Oklahoma children? Visit for details.

Individual & Family Plans

If your employer does not provide dental insurance, Delta Dental of Oklahoma offers Individual and Family plans designed to meet the needs of Oklahomans outside the workplace. For more information, please visit