Escambia Community Clinic ESC Dental Clinic Details

Last-Modified: 2021-10-14 07:54:00

Escambia Community Dental Clinic provides basic dental care for both children and adults.

Care includes exams, x-rays, cleanings, sealants, simple extractions, and some fillings (restoration).

No wisdom teeth or dentures or braces.

ECC Dental Clinic is located in the Escambia County health department building at 1295 W Fairfield Drive.

Care is provided for Medicaid children, Medicaid adults, and for those (uninsured) adults who qualify for ECC's low income sliding fee program.

ECC Clinic does take some private insurances, call for information.

Hours of Operation:     

Monday - Friday             7:30am - 4:00pm

Types of Fees:   

  • Adults-Income specific sliding fee scaleFee Amounts   
  • Anywhere from $10-$30

Insurance Accepted:   

  • Medicaid HMO's
  • Dentaquest
  • MCNAPayment Notes   

Fees due at time of service



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  • Posted by on Feb 19, 2018

    It was the worst experience of my life!!!!!!!!! Waited 5 hours to be seen and was told by the Dental Clinic supervisor I could go to urgent care and he has had to fire people but it did not help me was there a total of 6 hours all for nothing. Still had a tooth ache and was told they can only check one tooth per walk in. FYI I had three the were killing me and still are.I also came in the week before and the person who does intake was not there I filled out the paper work waited on call that never came so I had to walk in. NEVER NEVER NEVER AGAIN


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