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Dental Health, Dental Schools – Baby Dental

Saturday, Mar. 16th 2024 3:25 PM

Question: I am in bad shape and need significant gum grafting care. I am low-income but have dental insurance for primary dental care. However, my current dental insurance will not cover the necessary gum surgery. Are there any teaching hospitals for dental care I can go to that will provide the services for free? 

Answer:  I am sorry you are in bad shape and need significant gum grafting care. Understandably, you are concerned about the cost of the necessary gum surgery. However, there are some options available that you can consider. One possible solution is to look for dental schools that provide free or low-cost dental care. Dental schools often have clinics that offer dental services at a reduced rate. Since these clinics are usually staffed by dental students under the supervision of experienced dentists, you can be assured that you will receive quality care. You can also check with your local health department or community health center to see if they offer dental services. I hope this information helps, and I wish you all the best in finding the care you need.

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