Fordland Family Medical and Dental Clinic Details

This is a SLIDING SCALE clinic. The costs for clinic services are based on either your income or they offer type of financial assistance. Contact the clinic directly to discuss prices for individual services which vary. Sliding Scale does not necessarily mean free.

Last-Modified: 2021-10-06 01:04:24

Fordland Clinic and Tri-Lakes Community Health Center offer dental services to all ages, starting with the very important 12 months old check-up.

Most insurance plans are accepted.

Services are provided free to children with Medicaid and at a discounted rate for those without insurance who meet income eligibility guidelines.



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Fordland Family Medical and Dental Clinic Mission Statement


Fordland Clinic is a non-profit community health center. Our goal is to provide the same access to quality healthcare for everyone, no matter their income or insurance. We accept most private insurance, Medicaid and Medicare. The clinic also has a sliding fee scale based on income for patients who are uninsured or underinsured.


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Dental Clinic Costs - Crowd Sourced

We have listed the dental costs below which we have compiled for Fordland Family Medical and Dental Clinic. We cannot guarantee the dental costs to be completely accurate. Costs are displayed for informational purposes for our users. We have compiled prices provided by users to this website. In order to obtain actual costs please contact the dental offices directly.

Date Added Type of Clinic Description Cost
2019-10-13 $100
2018-04-06 Completely Free Clinic $20


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  • Posted by on Sep 17, 2019

    I have severe gum disease and recurrent infections and can not afford to see a dentist. I am 58 years old and have not been able to hold down a job due to the ongoing problems with my teeth. Right now, I am living with a friend and trading house care in exchange for room and board. I desperately need someone to help with my dental problems so that I can hold down a job. I had a very good job a couple of years ago at Grizzly Industrial in Springfield and I ended up having to resign because I was missing too much work because of my dental problems. I would love to go back to work but I am just not able to work because I am constantly in pain and battling severe gum infections that is causing problems with my ears and sinuses. Even if you are not able to offer dental care at no cost, I am willing to sign a promissory note or loan to pay back the cost of my dental care. I really want and need to get back to work ASAP.

  • Posted by on Feb 17, 2019

    am looking for information and pricing. I just got out of an abusive relationship and my ex knocked my front tooth out by hitting me. It's my top front right tooth, I had a crown but that's what was knocked out. I'm looking for options between a crown with post build up, bridge, or partial. I'm open to any option really. I'm a single mom on a fixed income. Any information would help thank you. 


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