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Kid-Friendly Dental Care. Proper childhood dental care is critical for every child’s health, confidence and school performance. That’s why Adventure Dental has made it our mission to make quality care accessible to all kids. We help children ages six months through 21 years get the care they need. Services include Dental, Orthodontics & Vision Optometry care.
2111 West Patapsco Ave; 5632 The Alameda; 1253 W. Pratt St Baltimore MD
Provides basic dental care such as exams, x-rays, teeth cleaning, fillings and extractions to eligible children and adults ages 12 months and older. Urgent Care services such as tooth extraction available for all ages. Dental care also available for pregnant women enrolled in Medicaid. Baltimore City residency required. Locations: Druid Dental Clinic & Eastern Dental Clinic.
See other resources by Baltimore City Health Department:
Baltimore City Health Department: Tobacco & Smoking Cessation
Baltimore City Health Department: Immunization Program
Baltimore City Health Department: Maternal & Infant Care Program
Baltimore City Health Department: Office of Youth and Trauma Services
1515 North Avenue and 620 North Caroline St. Baltimore MD
The Esperanza Center Health Services Clinic (ECHC) provides free medical and dental services to uninsured immigrants in the metropolitan Baltimore region who do not qualify for government-sponsored health insurance. The clinic offers no-cost quality primary and preventive care for adults and children. Services are provided by dedicated volunteers and staff, in partnership with Johns Hopkins Medical Institute. Medical services are offered on a walk-in bases Monday-Friday.
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Baltimore MD 21231
Alice! is not one person, but a team. The Go Ask Alice! site is supported by a team of Columbia University health promotion specialists, health care providers, and other health professionals, along with a staff of information and research specialists and writers. Go Ask Alice! team members have advanced degrees in public health, health education, medicine, counseling, and a number of other relevant fields.
Health Care for the Homeless works to prevent and end homelessness for vulnerable individuals and families by providing quality, integrated health care and promoting access to affordable housing and sustainable incomes through direct service, advocacy and community engagement.
We have multiple sites for clients to visit depending on their location:
West Baltimore Office
2000 W. Baltimore Street, Suite 247, Baltimore MD 21223
Hours: Mon/Tues/Wed/Fri 8am-5pm; Thurs 8am-12pm
Baltimore County Office
9150 Franklin Square Dr, Suite 301, Baltimore MD 21237
Hours: Mon/Tues/Wed/Fri 8:30am-5pm, closed for lunch 12:30pm-1:30pm; Thurs 8:30am-12:30pm
421 Fallsway Baltimore MD 21202
Kool Smiles is a network of local dental offices dedicated to expanding access to quality dental care for children and families in underserved communities. Kool Smiles provides preventative care, diagnostic imaging and a full range of restorative care supported with electronic health records. 5 settings in Baltimore (Enter your ZIP code on our website to find the Kool Smiles dental offices close to you)
The Maryland Healthy Smiles Dental Program (MHSDP) provides dental care to anyone with full Medicaid coverage. Medicaid covers a wide range of dental services. A benefits management company runs the program for Medicaid. There are no premiums, deductibles, or copays for covered services. There is no maximum benefit amount each year. MHSDP members should never pay for covered services out of pocket.
The Maryland Oral Health Resource Guide is produced by the Maryland Department of Health and Mental Hygiene to assist children, adults, patients with special health care needs and their caregivers and advocates with finding affordable public health dental care services in Maryland and in the immediate surrounding regions.
Clinic focuses on primary care. This clinic only sees a person who is homeless (lives on the street; stays in shelter, mission, single room occupancy facilities, abandoned building or vehicle; lives in any other unstable or non-permanent situation; unable to maintain housing situation and forced to stay with friends and/or extended family members).
421 Fallsway Baltimore MD 21202
The University of Maryland School of Dentistry offers patients a full range of high quality general, specialty, and emergency dental care with fees typically lower than private practice fees. Dental clinics include:
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University of Maryland: Behavioral and Developmental Pediatrics
University of Maryland: ADHD Treatment Clinic
University of Maryland: Family Connections Baltimore at University of Maryland School of Social Work Ruth H. Young Center For Families and Children
University of Maryland: Extension Baltimore City 4-H Youth Development
University of Maryland: Center for Minorities in Science and Engineering (CMSE)
University of Maryland: Sexual Abuse and Rape Assessment Center at University of Maryland Children’s Hospital
University of Maryland: Evelyn Jordan Center (EJC)
University of Maryland: Child & Adolescent Clinic
University of Maryland: Eye Associates
University of Maryland: Pulmonology and Allergy Clinic
University of Maryland: JACQUES Initiative
University of Maryland: Drug Treatment Program (Methadone Maintenance)
University of Maryland: Outpatient Addiction Treatment Services (OATS)
University of Maryland: Alcohol & Drug Abuse Program
University of Maryland: Urban Agriculture at University of Maryland Extension-Baltimore City
University of Maryland: STAR TRACK at University of Maryland Adolescent Health Center
University of Maryland: Adolescent and Young Adult Center
650 W Baltimore St Baltimore MD 21201