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Dental Resources

There are dental resources/clinics available in our area. Some are local and others are regional. Some of the clinics operate on a sliding scale fee schedule, others do not offer reduced fees but provide beneficial payment plans for the patient. As always read your information very carefully and ask LOTS of questions.

Sea Mar Community Dental Clinics

Sea Mar Community Dental Clinics were established to provide comprehensive, affordable, and culturally sensitive health and human services to the Latino, low income, disadvantaged, migrant and seasonal farm worker population. A local community need was recognized, beyond the original intent, so the same mission was expanded to include ALL populations, ethnic, income and social groups. There is a dental clinic in Mount Vernon close to the Mt.Vernon SVC campus and in Oak Harbor.

Sea Mar Mount Vernon Dental Clinic
Sea Mar Oak Harbor Dental Clinic

UW School of Dentistry

The University of Washington Dental Clinic provides high quality dental care, of all types, to qualified patients in a variety of settings in King County. Work is closely observed by faculty and patients with all kinds of dental concerns welcome. A variety of payment options are available and many services are offered at a drastically reduced price. Check it out. A drive out of town might save you a considerable amount of money.

UW School of Dentistry Patient Care

Northwest Medical Teams - Mobile Dental Care

Our mission is to provide free dental care to low-income, homeless and migrant farm worker populations who have no insurance or realistic way to pay for treatment. We presently serve an average of more than 17,000 patients annually in the states of Oregon and Washington operating nine Mobile Dental Clinic vans in 27 Pacific Northwest counties.

Northwest Medical Teams - Mobile Dental Care

Wasington Women In Need - Dental, Vision, Physical and Hearing Grant Program

As of May 2013, all of our Health Care Grants have been distributed for this program year. Our next Health Care Grant cycles will be in late summer 2013.

Please note: To better serve our applicants and grantees, WWIN will transition to an online grant application system in the summer of 2013. All grant applicants will be able to apply for a grant directly from the WWIN website. The online application will save time for applicants and help WWIN better manage the information you share with us. Please visit this page often during summer 2013 to learn more about the online application system.

Due to great need for dental services, and the limited resources for low-income dental coverage in Washington, this grant is WWIN's most sought-after program.

Washington Women In Need