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Dental Aid - Boulder CO offers affordable, quality, comprehensive dental care for low-income, children and adults in Boulder and Broomfield counties.

Dental Aid provides comprehensive reduced-fee oral health care (about half the usual and customary fees charged by private dentists in their area).

Dental Aid accepts Medicaid and Child Health Plan Plus (CHP+), but also has funds to help subsidize care for individuals not covered under Medicaid or CHP+ who cannot afford their reduced fees.

Dental Aid does not currently accept private insurance, but is an enrollment site for Medicaid and CHP+.

Services:    

  • Pediatric and family dentists    
  • Comprehensive cleanings and exams    
  • Fluoride treatment    
  • Fillings    
  • Services available in Spanish    
  • Crowns    
  • Bridges    
  • Dentures    
  • Root canals    
  • Veneers    
  • Relief of pain and infection

Specialty Dentistry:    

  • Emergency care    
  • Braces (Orthodontics)    
  • Extractions    
  • Oral Surgery with I.V. Sedation – children & adults

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Date Added Type of Clinic Description Cost
2018-05-08 Not Free Or Sliding Scale $377


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  • Posted by on May 8, 2018

    This is not a free or sliding scale clinic. They will say that they do give discounts, but once you get there few hours later, they'll change their mind. Very very disappointing, I had to spend money for an exam that I can't use now, and I'm out of money that could of used for my emergency dental work I need. When called, I told them that I have a toothache and need something done, after the exam I was told the there is a 1 month wait.


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