Uninsured & Low Income
For those individuals and who do not have dental insurance
and cannot afford to pay privately, Federal, State and Community charitable
programs may be available to help you access dental care. Learn more about some
of these below.
In addition to Government resources, there are programs to provide needed dental services to those
unable to receive care through private pay or insurance coverage. We hope some
of the following resources might help Missourians find access to dental care.
The MDA is not affiliated with any program listed.
Online Clinic/Provider List for
Uninsured/Low-Income or Print Listings
- The state of Missouri's
MO HealthNet (formerly Medicaid) to provide health care
services for low-income and vulnerable Missourians. Income levels vary by
program. Visit the site to see if you qualify or to learn more about these
MO HealthNet Provider Search
Oral Health Network of Missouri
Health Network of Missouri is a statewide oral health care network whose members provide oral
care to medically underserved, uninsured and insured populations at over 24
delivery sites within Missouri's rural and urban communities.
Donated Dental Services
Donated Dental Services qualified applicants must be permanently disabled,
critically ill, or elderly and have no financial resources with which to receive
dental care. Applicants must need extensive dental care, not just a cleaning and
DDS can also accept children who are financially
disadvantaged, although Missouri Medicaid covers most of these cases.
There are various charitable care programs available,
usually within a community or geographic area, such as mobile clinics, free
clinics and others. Contact a MDA Component
to learn of resources in your area. Some examples of these include:
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