Luling Community Health Center Details

Last-Modified: 2021-09-22 01:59:58

Dental center:

The service area has been designated as a Medically Under-served Area, Health Professional Shortage Area and a Medically Under-served Population.

The clinic maintains three service sites and provides services such as pharmacy, laboratory, social services, family planning, HIV/AIDS testing and counseling, health education, nutrition counseling, WIC, transportation assistance, immunizations, and obstetrics.

The clinic also has programs in place for specialist physician referrals, dental referrals, and referrals for substance abuse and mental health counseling.

They also have Dental services at each of the clinics. They offer unconventional hours at each of their sites to meet the needs of the population they serve.

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Date Added Type of Clinic Description Cost
2020-05-26 Not Free Or Sliding Scale $500
2019-11-04 $200
2019-08-18 Charged Sliding Scale $800
2019-07-22 Completely Free Clinic $200

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  • Posted by on Apr 1, 2020

    The only reason I am even giving them 2 stars is because the receptionist were friendly & informative. The dental hygienist Tammy, is as always professional, and as caring, with a great bedside manner, or chairside manner as it may be. She is from the Gonzales Dental clinic but Wed April 1, 2020 was at the Luling site. She is wonderful. Ok, that being said, I have never met a more rude or unprofessional dentist/doctor in my 54 years. She could have cared LESS ABOUT my daughter's abscessed tooth that had her face swollen, red & running a fever. She spent 10 minutes poking her in the tooth with needles (no medicine or anything) to test how much pain she was in. Shoved cotton in there and roughly tried to move it around. Then says, we will pull it 30 days from now, wrote her script for antibiotics and ibuprofen. When I asked her why ibufrofen (when we have all heard "absoluely no ibuprofen during this COVID19 panedemic") and being told by her and i that my daughter cannot stomach ibuprofen, would she prescribe that. She became hostile yelling at me "if you don't want it don't fill it. I don't care" . My daughter left in extreme pain and crying. Now 9 hours later, pieces of her infected tooth are coming out and she is in more pain than she was when we went there. I believe that it is time for this dentist to find another job. She absolutely DOES NOT CARE. And I will be telling everyone I know about this horrible dentist. Tammy Wyatt

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