About this clinic

Comprehensive dental services for low-income people long have been scarce in Maryland.  Until recently, HCH clients had few options for preventive or restorative dental care and only limited access to extraction services.  Most Maryland residents still remember Deamonte Driver, the 12-year-old homeless boy who died of a brain infection from an untreated tooth abscess.  That unfortunate event brought increased public attention to the deplorable lack of comprehensive dental services.      In 2009, with support from the Federal Bureau of Primary Health Care, HCH began offering dental services through Chase Brexton Health Services, Inc. and the University of Maryland Dental School.  For the first time, HCH clients gained access to comprehensive dental care.     Beginning in 2010, HCH will operate the first comprehensive dental program in Maryland designed to address the unique needs and life circumstances of adults and children experiencing homelessness.  HCH’s new clinic and headquarters at 421 Fallsway will include a three-chair dental suite staffed with a full-time dentist, oral hygienist, and dental assistant to provide an array of oral health care services for adults and children.  For more information, contact us at 410-837-5533 or info@hchmd.org.

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Dental Costs - Crowd Sourced

We have listed the dental costs below which we have compiled for Health Care for The Homeless. 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
2018-12-03 Completely Free Clinic $0
2018-11-29 Not Free Or Sliding Scale $100
2018-11-07 Completely Free Clinic $0
2018-08-11 Charged Sliding Scale $100
2018-04-04 Charged Sliding Scale $50

  • Posted by on Jul 20, 2010

    Hello, my name is Valerie McCall. I wanted to know how soon and for what cost one would be expected to pay for a root canal, non vital whitening and teeth whitening. A quick synopsis: I am a desperate 21 year old trying my luck. I currently go to Lincoln University and I do not have any dental coverage. Yesterday I had my braces taken off after 5 years. I had my jaw broken with orthopedic surgery in December 2007 which I believe resulted in my front tooth discoloration. So, after all of that I refuse to walk around with a discolored tooth. However, on August 15th I go back to school for cheer camp so between now and then (that may be unrealistic) I would like all of this performed. I appreciate the time you have taken to read and hopefully consider my request.

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