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Family Health Services of Darke County

Family Health Services of Darke County - Greenville

Greenville, OH - 45331
(937) 548-9680
Hours:    8 to 5 Monday through Friday,    8 to 12 SaturdayThis health center is a Health Center Program grantee under 42 U.S.C. 254b, and a deemed Public Health Service employee under 42 U.S.C. 233(g)-(n).Mis

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Parsons Avenue Dental Center

Parsons Avenue Dental Center - Columbus

Columbus, OH - 43215-5331
614-645-7487
Our hours of operation are Monday through Thursday 7:45am until 4:30pm and Friday 8am until 3pm.Clinic will see dental emergencies at 7:45am daily on a first come, first serve walk-in basis. You will need to have the following with you: Photo ID, either proof of income or a dental insurance card, an

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Fairfield Community Health Center - Lancaster - Main St.

Fairfield Community Health Center - Lancaster - Main St. - Lancaster

Lancaster, OH - 43130
740-689-6758
Hours: Monday - Friday 7:00 am - 5:00 pm.Federally Qualified Health Center (FQHC).Dental Services- Dental Services provided by referral.Fairfield Community Health Center accepts Medicaid, Molina, CareSource, Paramount, Buckeye Health, Medicare and ALL major commercial insurance plans. A sliding fee

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Erie County Health Department Dental Clinic

Erie County Health Department Dental Clinic - Sandusky

Sandusky, OH - 44870
419-626-5623
This is NOT a free clinic. The minimum fee is $35 at the time of the visit. VERY AFFORDABLE. Dental clinic hours: Mondays through Fridays 8am - 5pm. Open on Thursdays until 7pm.The clinic is for the uninsured, underinsured, medicaid, medicare clients. Services:Oral cancer screeningextractionsexamina

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Butler County Community Health Consortium, Inc

Butler County Community Health Consortium, Inc - Middletown

Middletown, OH - 45042
(513) 425-8305
Provides: Provides the same services as most traditional dentist\'s offices, including: Cleanings Extractions Flouride treatments Fillings X-rays Primary Health Solutions is a non-profit agency that works to provide affordable, quality healthcare on a sliding-fee scal

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Lower Lights Christian Health Center

Lower Lights Christian Health Center - Columbus

Columbus, OH - 43222
(614) 274-1455
Limited dental services available to health center medical patients. Sliding Fee based on income for the uninsured. Dental minimum fee is $ 20.00.

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Vineyard Free Health Clinics - Fifth Avenue Dental

Vineyard Free Health Clinics - Fifth Avenue Dental - Columbus

Columbus, OH - 43201
(614) 259-5428
Walk-in clinic for residents of any zip code. Must be uninsured, no Medicare, no Medicaid, & at or below 200% of poverty level. Patients will be seen on a first come, first served basis. Dental exams, fillings, extractions and cleanings. No bridgework, orthodontics or dentures. Does not provide on

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Vineyard Xenos Fourth Street Free Dental Clinic

Vineyard Xenos Fourth Street Free Dental Clinic - Columbus

Columbus, OH - 43201
(614) 259-5428
Routine dental exams including x-rays, cleanings, fillings and some (limited) extractions. Generally, we will not do wisdom teeth extractions. No bridgework, orthodontics or dentures. Hours: Every Thursday. Patients need to call & schedule an appointment Walk-ins will be seen if spots are availa

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Vineyard Free Health Clinics – Dental Clinic

Vineyard Free Health Clinics – Dental Clinic - Columbus

Columbus, OH - 43081
(614) 259-5428
Dental exams, fillings, extractions & cleanings. No bridgework, orthodontics or dentures. Does not provide on-going care. Must be uninsured. No Medicare or Medicaid & at or below 200% of poverty level. Christian affiliated. Must call for an appointment. Call on Fridays 9:00 am-9:45 am to ma

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West Side Health Center Dental Clinic

West Side Health Center Dental Clinic - Columbus

Columbus, OH - 43204
(614) 859-1830
Franklin County residents only. Low cost dental care. Fillings, exams, cleanings and extractions (no wisdom teeth). Medicaid and private insurance accepted. Sliding Fee Scale based on household income. To qualify for the sliding fee, you must bring 2 current pay stubs (within the last 30 days) or S

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