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You do NOT necessarily have to seek services only in the County you live in!  
                            You can live in Washtenaw County for instance, 
                                and take advantage of programs In Detroit. 

                                 Also if you have children, please see the 
                                           Children's Dental Resources  
                             page as there are other programs just for them.​


SPECIAL PROGRAMS! 

Federal Funded Programs 
Website:  www.nidcr.nih.gov
Click on "finding dental care"
OR
Call 888-275-4772  OR  www.FindaHealthCenter.hrsa.gov
Federally-funded health centers provide low-cost dental exams to people based 
on financial need.  Age, income and other restrictions may apply. 


SMILES FOR LIFE                 
Website:  www.smilesforlife.org 
The National Smiles for Life campaign is usually held in the month of June each year.  
As part of the program, patients can have their teeth whitened at a reduced price and 
all the proceeds benefit charities that help children.  To find a participating dental office, 
please check the website above! 


Tri-County Dental Health Council / J.V.S.               
29699 Southfield Road
Southfield, MI  48076                Referrals are by phone ONLY....no walk-ins!!
Phone: 248-233-4410
Website:  www.dentalhealthcouncil.org 
Dental care is provided by volunteer dentists in their own offices.  Low-income, Medicaid, 
special needs.  Referrals, emergency treatment,  low-cost, donated care.  
Serves Macomb, Oakland, and Wayne counties. 


Great Expressions Dental Clinic
Phone:  1-800-SMILE-80   /  888-764-5380
Website:  www.greatexpressions.com
Provides dental care to young people under the age of 19 who have Medicaid.  
Multiple clinics throughout S.E. Michigan----not all of their clinics accept Medicaid 
such as the Novi clinic.  Call and ask which clinics currently accept Medicaid. 


SUPERTEETH
23105 Van Dyke 
Warren, MI  
Phone: 586-756-6888
Email:  info@superteeth.net
Website:  www.superteeth.net
On Demand Denistry.....Open 6 days a week with no appointments needed.  
$99 per service.  


Engel Institute                
Phone:  248-646-8651
Website: www.engelinstitute.com 
OR
Website:  www.smilecreator.net
Dr. Timothy Kosinski has a dental and implants practice in Bingham Farms, trains other 
dentists to do implants three times a year and during these training sessions, patients 
who qualify can have a single tooth implant completed for $699 and the addition of the 
crown or replacement tooth for $997.  Patients come in for a no-fee evaluation to see 
whether they are candidates for the Engel Institute procedures, which are done under 
the supervision of mentor implant dentists.  If they are not ideal, Dr. Kosinski will try 
to add them to other teaching programs with reduced fees.  


Dental Treatment Fund for Persons with Developmental Disabilities
Michigan Dept. of Community Health DFCH--Oral Health
P.O. Box 30195
Lansing, MI  48909
Oral Health Program Coordinator     Phone:  517-335-8388
Persons with developmental disabilities who do not have other means of receiving 
dental care. Patients must be referred by community mental health agency. 


Michigan Dental Program
109 Michigan Ave.
Lansing,  MI  48913
Phone:  888-826-6565
Website:  
http://www.michigan.gov/mdhhs/0,5885,7-339-71550_2955_2982-45691--,00.html
MDP is a program of MDCH serving HIV+ people in Michigan.  Services covered include 
both preventive & restorative care.  
To qualify: 
You must be HIV+
You must be a Michigan resident
Your income level should be no more than 450% of the poverty level ($3,590 per month)
Have no other dental insurance, including veterans dental benefits through the V.A. 
For more information or to get a referral to a dentist in your area, contact your case 
manger.


Donated Dental Services (DDS)
Phone:  800-850-5913
Website:  www.nnfdh.org
Free dental services are available through the DDS Program.  You must be low-income,
lacking other resources to obtain dental treatment, in need of extensive dental services,
and be considered disabled.  The dental services are provided by a panel of private dentists 
who volunteer their time & resources.  Dental labs volunteer their services as well.  


Give Back A Smile Program (GBAS)
Phone:  800-773-GBAS (4227)
A program of the National Humanitarian Project of the Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry 
(AACO) and the AACD Charitable Foundation for domestic or sexual abuse survivors.  
Injuries to the front teeth and \ or supportive structures of the front teeth can receive 
complete construction, cosmetic & reconstruction dental care.  
Care is provided by volunteer dentists.



HEALTH  DEPARTMENT PROGRAMS

Macomb County Health Department
Southwest Health Center
27690 Van Dyke Avenue    Suite B
Warren, MI  48093 
Phone:  586-465-9152
Email:  marykay.ehresman@macombgov.org
Website:  www.health.macombgov.org
Provides preventative & restorative treatment for low-income residents of Macomb County,
ages 3 years and older.  The fees are reduced in comparison to private practice.  Accepts
Medicaid and Healthy Michigan Plan. 


Monroe Health Department
My Community Dental Centers
2353 S. Custer Road
Monroe, MI  48161 
Phone:  734-241-4855
Website:  www.midental.org
See complete listing below under INDIVIDUAL PROGRAMS.


Oakland County Discount Dental Program
Phone: 866-498-7914
Website:  https://oakgov.com
This program will save 20% to 50% off dental services.


Oakland County Health Dept. Dental Program
1200 N. Telegraph Road   Building #34E
Pontiac, MI  48341
Phone:  248-858-1306
Website:  www.oakgov.com
General dentistry, exams & x-rays, cleaning, fillings, extractions & dentures.


Washtenaw County PORT  (Project Outreach)
Website:  www.ewashtenaw.org



DENTAL COLLEGE CLINICS / PROGRAMS 

Wayne County Community College Dental Hygiene Program
Northwest Campus
8551 Greenfield Road
Detroit,  MI  48228
Phone: 313-943-4010  OR  313-943-4040
Website:  www.wcccd.edu
Members of the public may schedule free teeth-cleaning appointments in February 
for children ages 3 to 18 by calling the above number.  Those appointments are limited 
and are allotted on a first-come, first served basis. Current or former foster youths under 
age 24 are also eligible for free appointment.  Low-cost cleanings for children and adults 
by dental hygiene students.


Baker College of Clinton Township Dental Hygiene Program
Phone:  586-790-5238
Website:  www.baker.edu
Student hygienists offer high quality dental cleanings, exams and X-rays under the
direction of licensed dentists and hygienists.  All of our services are offered at a 
reduced cost.


Macomb Community College Mission of Mercy Program 
MDA Foundation
Administrative Office: 
3657 Okemos Road   Suite #200
Okemos, MI  48864
Phone:  517-372-9070  /  800-589-2632
Website:  www.smilemichigan.com/foundation
A 100-chair dental clinic with portable dental stations set-up in a large public area
where dental screenings and services are provided at no charge.  Care is provided
to adults and children.  See the website for upcoming events.


University of Michigan Dental School Community Dental Clinic 
406 N. Ashley
Ann Arbor, MI  48103
Phone: 734-988-9640
Email: CDCcontact@umich.edu
Website:  www.dent.umich.edu
Quality, affordable dental care for Washtenaw county residents.  Services are 20 to 50%
less than private clinic care.


Mott Community College Dental Hygiene Clinic 
1401 E. Court Street 
Flint, MI  48503  
Phone:  810-762-0493
Website:  http://www.mcc.edu 
Open September through June for preventive dental services at a reduced fee. Patients 
under age 18 must be accompanied by adult guardian/ parent. All patients must complete 
health history, which is reviewed by faculty to determine patient acceptance for clinical 
procedures. Complete prophylaxis, fluoride treatment, nutritional assessment, oral screening, 
periodontal evaluation. Sealants and X-rays available for slightly higher fee. Reduced fees.



INDIVIDUAL CLINICS / PROGRAMS

My Community Centers 
Administrative Office:
One Water Street  Ste. # 200
Boyne City, MI  49712
Phone:  877-313-6232
Email:  info@mydental.org
Website: www.mydental.org 
AND
LOCATIONS:
5555 Conner Avenue
Detroit, Michigan  48213
Phone: 313-571-2648         New patients call:  877-313-6232
&
2353 S. Custer Road Ste. #1
Monroe, MI  48161
Phone:  734-241-4855        New patients call:  877-313-6232
&
3037 Electric Avenue 
Port Huron, MI  48060
Phone: 810-984-5197         New patients call:  877-313-6232
&
111 N. Huron Street
Ypsilanti, MI  48197
Phone:  734-480-4250        New patients call:  877-313-6232
We accept:
Adults (age 21 and over) on Medicaid
Children on Medicaid and MI Child
Low-income, uninsured individuals whose income is below 200% 
of the Federal poverty level at reduced fees


Western Wayne Family Health Centers 
2700 Hamlin Boulevard
Inkster,  MI  48141
Phone: 313-561-5100
&
25650 W. Outer Dr.
Lincoln Park, MI  48146
Phone:  313-383-1897
&      
26650 Eureka Road  Ste.#C
Taylor, MI  48180
Phone:  734-941-4991
Website:   http://www.wwfhc.org
We offer dental services to children and adults, and accept all Medicaid 
and Healthy Michigan dental plans, as well as most other dental insurance 
plans. For people without dental insurance, we have a sliding fee scale for 
services that is based on your income. 


St. Vincent dePaul
Van Elslander Family Center     
3000 Gratiot Ave. 
Detroit, MI  48207                                                                   
Phone:  313-393-2930  /  877-788-4623
Email:  execdir@svdpdet.org 
Website:  www.svdpdet.org
The clinic now has a dedicated team of over 40 volunteer dental professionals serving 
needy patients over twenty days a month.  This wonderful team of oral surgeons, dentists, 
dental hygienists, dental assistants and dental students (from University of Michigan 
& University of Detroit Mercy, Schools of Dentistry with their faculty), and dental hygiene 
students (from Wayne County Community College and Baker College) are dedicated to 
serve the vulnerable of the community.


Covenant Community Care
Administrative Office:         
559 West Grand Blvd.
Detroit, MI  48216
Phone  313-554-0485  /  313-228-0283
&
5716 Michigan Ave.
Detroit, MI  48210
Phone:  313-554-3880  /  313-899-350
&
20901 Moross
Detroit, MI  48236
Phone:  313-626-2620
&
18917 Joy Road 
Detroit, MI  48228
Phone:  313-446-8800  /  313-446-8810
&
27776 Woodward Ave.
Royal Oak, MI  48076
Phone: 248-556-4900  / 248-556-4950
Website:  www.covenantcommunitycare.org
Covenant Community Care seeks out, heals, and strengthens over 18,000 people 
every year through medical, dental and behavioral healthcare.


Detroit Community Health Connection
13901 E. Jefferson
Detroit, MI  48215
Phone:  313-821-2591 ext. 3115
AND
Detroit Community Health Connection-EASTSIDE
7900 Kercheval
Detroit, MI  48215
Phone: 313-921-5500 
Website:  www.dchcquality.org
Medicaid and low-income, under-insured, Ryan White Title II, sliding fees.  
Walk-in emergency service.  Linked to dental schools.  Has a variety of locations!


ACCESS
Community Health and Research Center
6450  Maple Road
Dearborn, MI  48126
Phone:  313-820-1141
Website:  www.accesscommunity.org
The nations largest Arab-American community nonprofit has a 4-chair portable 
dental chair clinic every Friday.


Advantage Health Centers
Detroit Healthcare for the Homeless
Corporate Office
15400 W. McNichols
Detroit, MI  48235
Phone 313-833-2895
Website: http://ahcdetroit.org


CHASS  (Community Health and Social Services Center)      
Southwest Center
5635 West Fort Street
Detroit, MI  48209
Phone: 313-849-3920
AND
MidTown Center
7436 Woodward Avenue
Detroit, MI  48202
Phone: 313-556-9907
Website:  www.chasscenter.org
Primary health care for all ages and dental care for CHASS patients.  
Services in both English and Spanish. 


American Indian Health & Family Services
4880 Lawndale
Detroit, MI  48210
Phone: 313-846-3718  Billing Department
Website:  www.aihfs.org
American Indians enrolled in a federally and state recognized tribes are eligible 
for services. However, we do not turn ANYONE away. Indian Health Service does 
not pay Urban Indian Health Organizations the full cost of services, only a portion. 
They require us to bill for some portion of services provided. We charge co-pay fees 
according to what your insurance requires or if you are uninsured we charge you an 
office visit fee on a sliding fee scale basis. We also have: discounted fee application, 
payment agreements, and Hardship Policy.  



Detroit Receiving Hospital Dental Health Clinic
4201 St. Antoine, 1st floor, Room 2G
Detroit, MI  48201
&
Corktown Campus
School of Dentistry
2700 Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard
Detroit, MI  48208-2576
Phone:  313-494-6611
Website:  http://dental.udmercy.edu/patient
Most of our patients are part of the student clinical program where student doctors provide 
treatment under the supervision of licensed faculty dentists. While our clinicians provide 
top-quality oral health services, we ask you to please note we are located within an educational 
setting. For this reason patient visits may be longer than a visit to a private dental office. 
Although you may be required to spend more time at our clinic, services are provided at 
a reduced rate, allowing for treatment to be more affordable for the patient.


Family Medical Center
8765 Lewis Ave.
Temperance, MI  48182
Phone:  734-850-6920
AND
Family Medical Center
130 Medical Center Drive
Carleton, MI  48177
Phone: 734-654-2169
AND
Family Dental Clinic
1200 N. Main
Adrian, MI  49221
Phone:  517-263-1800 #3
Website:  http://familymedicalmi.org/4.html
Our dental department accepts most commercial insurances and Medicaid. 
However, discounted services are available for patients without insurance 
that qualify financially.


Washtenaw Children's Dental Clinic
920 Miller Ave.
Ann Arbor, MI  48103
Phone:  734-663-7073
Website:   www.ewashtenaw.org 
General dental care for low-income children living in Washtenaw County.  Offers very 
low-cost dental care services  and is staffed entirely by dentist who volunteer their time 
and is open only during the school year.  For more information call the child's school nurse 
or call the clinic directly and leave a message.  Eligibility: no dental insurance, no Medicaid. 
Must be participating in federal lunch program.


HOPE
Administrative Office:  
9 S. Adams 
Ypsilanti, MI  48197 
Phone: 734-480-9575
Dental Clinic:
518 Harriet 
Ypsilanti, MI  48197
Phone:  734-480-9575
Email:  info@thehopeclinic.org
Website:  http://www.thehopeclinic.org/dental-clinic
Hope Dental Clinic provides general preventive and restorative care with compassion 
and dignity to those without dental insurance or the ability to pay for dental care. Our 
staff dentists, assistants, and hygienists, as well as our growing base of volunteer 
dentists, are here to serve the needs of our patients and provide quality care. Our goal 
is to not only restore smiles, but to also restore dignity, self-respect, and self-confidence.


Second Chance At Life Inc.                
32591 Judy Drive
Westland,  MI  48185                                    (If you are a pre-transplant patient, be sure to check 
Phone:  734-748-9690                                   on this website under "Organ Donation Resources")
Website:  www.secondchanceatlife.org 
Now accepting applications for grants of $100 to $2,000.  
ELIGIBILITY GUIDELINES:
You must be a Michigan Resident 
You must be an organ transplant recipient 
You must prove evidence of financial need 
You must be 18 years or older  
DENTAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM:
Second Chance at Life created a Dental Assistance Program to address and assist with the needs 
of patients attempting to be listed for an organ transplant. This program was developed with the 
intent to expedite your dental care thus expediting your listing for a transplant. In order to be 
considered for SCAL Dental Assistance, you must work with your social worker for consideration. 
Also, you must be a pre-transplant patient with dental needs and this must be the FINAL item required 
to be listed for transplant.


Dr. Gary Burnstein Community Health Clinic
45580 Woodward Ave.
Pontiac,  MI  48341
Phone: 248-309-3752
Website:  http://www.garyburnsteinclinic.org
Clinical dental services provided by the Dr. Gary Burnstein Community Health Clinic are entirely free 
of charge to our patients.  Unfortunately, due to a low volume of local dental resources and a high volume 
of need, there is often a waiting list for the dental services at the Clinic. 
If you would like to be seen by our dentists, you must be:
Uninsured
19-64 years old
At or below 250% of the Federal Poverty Level.


Malta  Medical & Dental Clinic at St. Leo's Church
4860 15th Street
Detroit, MI  48208
Email:  info@maltaclinic.org
Website:  www.maltaclinic.org 
Malta Dental Clinic is available for four days per month, and it normally stays open for 6 hours per day.  
In general, our dental patients are triaged, X-rayed, evaluated and, when needed, have their teeth filled 
or extracted. When appropriate, the patients are provided with partials or full dentures. They are also 
given, as needed, free pain and antibiotic medications (please note that we do not have any controlled substances and therefore never pass out to our patients a controlled substance of any kind, and for any 
reason). When available, we provide free tooth brushes and tooth paste to each patient, as well as denture hygiene products. If the patient needs a difficult oral surgery, as determined by our dentists, we refer the 
patient to St. John Hospital for that procedure.  
















































   


































This page was last updated: January 28, 2017