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Free Dental Clinic Resources

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to help you along your frugal journey.


All over the country there are free Dental clinics, medical clinics, etc. Dentists in my area hold free Dental Clinics for the public a few times a year. Sometimes it is just for children other times it is for everyone. I've found these are not very well advertised. They post it in a few places around town, and let word of mouth do the rest. Once in a while, they release it to the local news, but not often. To find these in your area, check all the nooks and cranny's of your local news paper, bulletin boards in area business, etc.

Also for free medical clinics and free dental clinics state by state check HERE.
*I have not researched all links, only local ones, so PLEASE research fully before making a decision :)*

For those in the Idaho Falls, ID Area

Event: Free Dentistry to Idaho Falls
Date: April 2, 2010 GOOD FRIDAY
Time: 8 AM TO 5 PM
Location: 2685 Channing Way, Premier Dental, Dr. Tom Anderson
Event info: Dr. Tom Anderson and his staff and many wonderful volunteers are turning Good Friday into Great Friday for Idaho Falls Residents in need of dental work. Must be 18 years or older. Limited to one tooth- either extraction or filling or a limited cleaning. First come, first served. Just Dr. Tom's way to give back to a great community.
Contact: LISA ANDERSON 208-589-7788 LMANDERSON66@GMAIL.COM
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There are so many resources available no one should go without the care they need.


Comments

  1. I'm looking into this! Thanks for the tip!

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  2. I have heard of clinics like these but never found one in our area. Heaven knows I could use one since I haven't been able to go to the doctor in over two years. Thank you for posting Brandi! I will have to do more researching.

    *hugs*
    Debbie

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  3. Wow thanks! Never knew about these. Dentists are sooooo expensive, even with insurance!

    Alex aka Ma, What's For Dinner
    www.mawhats4dinner.com

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  4. I'm shocked that a country as rich as the US (richest country in the world) can't share its resources with the poor, it's supposed to be a christian country????? we have free health etc here! and free dental for seniors, disabled, unemployed people, pregnant women, children, students in full time education and the rest of us have subsidised dental - £15 per treatment/per tooth. So I earn 45K per year and still only pay £15 to get my teeth polished and whitened and my kids had full orthodontist work, braces, straightening and five years of treatment each and it was free. my daughter is 18 and at college, so it's still free until she graduates. It's no wonder people break the immigration rules to get to the UK!

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