33 Dental Clinics Found

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Advantage Health Centers FREE

  • 60 East Warren
    Detroit, MI - 48201
  • (313) 835-5990
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University of Detroit Mercy - University Health Center FREE

  • 4201 Saint Antoine Boulevard
    Detroit, MI - 48201
  • (313) 745-1977
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University of Detroit Mercy - School of Dentistry Dental Clinic - Corktown Campus FREE

  • 2700 Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard
    Detroit, MI - 48208
  • (313) 494-6700
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Dr Feleta Wilson Health Center FREE

  • 6550 East Warren Avenue
    Detroit, MI - 48210
  • (313) 361-3242
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Michigan Avenue Wellness Center FREE

  • 5716 Michigan Avenue
    Detroit, MI - 48210
  • (313) 554-3880
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My Community Health Centers FREE

  • 5555 Conner Avenue
    Detroit, MI - 48213
  • (313) 571-2648
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Dr. Sophie Womack Health Center Dental Clinic FREE

  • 7900 Kercheval
    Detroit, MI - 48214
  • (313) 579-3242
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Joy-Southfield Center FREE

  • 18917 Joy Road
    Detroit, MI - 48228
  • (313) 446-8800
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Theea Bowman Community Health Center FREE

  • 15400 West McNichols
    Detroit, MI - 48235
  • (313) 835-5990
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Huda Free Community Health Clinic FREE

  • 13240 Woodrow Wilson St
    Detroit, MI - 48238
  • (313) 865-8446
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Community Health & Social Services Center FREE

  • 5635 West Fort Street
    Detroit, MI - 48209
  • (313) 849-3920
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Covenant Community Care Inc FREE

  • 559 W Grand Blvd
    Detroit, MI - 48216
  • (313) 554-1095
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Detroit Mercy Dental - Division of Dental Public Health FREE

  • 2700 Martin Lurther King Jr. Blvd
    Detroit, MI - 48066
  • (248) 210-6443
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Advantage Health Centers FREE

  • 60 East Warren
    Detroit, MI - 48201
  • (313) 416-6261
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My Cummunity Haelth Centers FREE

  • 5555 Conner Avenue
    Detroit, MI - 48213
  • (877) 313-6232
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Harbortown Dental Care

  • 3374 East Jefferson Avenue
    Detroit,MI - 48207
  • (313) 259-2410
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Gentle Dental at Jefferson Avenue

  • 529 East Jefferson Avenue
    Detroit,MI - 48226
  • (313) 334-6347
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DiPilla and Associates

  • 1 Woodward Avenue
    Detroit,MI - 48226
  • (313) 246-8288
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Dentists in Detroit Michigan

  • 108 West Fort Street
    Detroit,MI - 48226
  • (702) 402-3542
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Gentle Dental at Gratiot Avenue

  • 11180 Gratiot Avenue
    Detroit,MI - 48213
  • (754) 208-5764

FAQ

  • 1. How to Find a Dental clinic near me?

    Finding a dental clinic near you is easy and convenient, since US DentalService has lots of neighborhood locations close to you. For example, if you live in Columbus, Ohio, you can use our location function to search for the dental clinics near you, or you can enter into Dental Clinics in Columbus page to select a dental clinic.

  • 2. Who's entitled to free dental care?

    1 ) aged under 18, or under 19 and in qualifying full-time education.
    2 ) pregnant or have had a baby in the previous 12 months.
    3 ) staying in an NHS hospital and your treatment is carried out by the hospital dentist.

  • 3. Do dental schools offer free dental care?

    Free or reduced dental care is available from several organizations. Many universities and dental schools offer services provided by dental students. Many clinics receive federal or state subsidies or funding to provide reduced cost dental services to low income patients.

  • 4. What are general dental services?

    A general dental service is your primary dental care provider. This service diagnoses, treats, and manages your overall oral health care needs, including teeth care, gum care, root canals, implants, fillings, crowns, veneers, bridges, and preventive education.

  • 5. What is considered a dental emergency?

    Dental emergencies are usually urgent fractures and infections when you have pain, sudden sensitivity to sweets or hot or cold drinks including pulpitis, abscesses, cellulitis, pericoronitis, and broken, loose or missing teeth. And inflammation or infection of the pulp, or nerve of the tooth, is called pulpitis. In this case, you should go to see an emergency dentist.

  • 6. How much does it cost for cosmetic dentistry?

    Generally speaking, in-office cosmetic dentistry costs around $350, and at-home cosmetic dentistry may also be an option which is generally cheaper—often around $250. It is important to mention that at-home treatment takes more time to complete, and requires discipline on the part of the patient.

  • 7. What is the difference between a dentist and a pediatric dentist?

    Generally speaking, a dentist is a doctor of oral health care, and if you want to be a qualified general dentist, you are required to graduate from a three or more years of undergraduate education plus four years of dental school. While pediatric dentists are the pediatricians of dentistry.

  • 8. Where can I find local free dental clinics?

    For example, if you live in Chicago, go to your city page to browse a list of dental clinics in Chicago, and find those ones with Free marks. Or you can contact your local, state dental organizations. They often have lists of free clinics or programs in which their members participate.

  • 9. What is the dental schools ranking?

    Here are the top 10 dental schools in 2019:
    1 ) Louisiana State University New Orleans School of Dentistry
    2 ) University of California Los Angeles School of Dentistry
    3 ) University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill School of Dentistry
    4 ) University of the Pacific Arthur A. Dugoni School of Dentistry
    5 ) Texas A&M University Baylor College of Dentistry
    6 ) Tufts University School of Dental Medicine
    7 ) Columbia Presbyterian Medical Center School of Dental and Oral Surgery
    8 ) Harvard School of Dental Medicine
    9 ) Marquette University School of Dentistry
    10 ) Medical University of South Carolina College of Dental Medicine

  • 10. What can dental service do for me?

    1 ) give you professional oral advice which is specific to your oral health conditions, including techniques in using dental floss, methods in cleaning a dental bridge, dietary advice, and so on;
    2 ) provide preventive treatment such as scaling or application of fissure sealant to help prevent common dental disease;
    3 ) give early diagnosis and treatment of oral diseases such as tooth decay and gum disease at the initial stage;
    4 ) provide a thorough dental check-up, which is necessary for the maintenance of oral health.