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Dental Resources in Chicago, IL

Updated on August 9, 2022
Written by Veronika

Free Dental Clinics

Free dental clinics provide free or low-cost dental care. They accept all people from all income brackets and don’t turn people away if they can’t pay. 

People who are unemployed, underpaid, or without health insurance qualify for their services. They're also for people who have health insurance but can’t afford to pay the reduced fees.

Friend Family Health Center - Western Clinic
5843 South Western
Chicago, Illinois 60636
312-682-6110
https://friendfhc.org/

Community Health Clinic West Town Chicago
2611 W Chicago Ave
Chicago, IL 60622
(773) 395-9900
https://communityhealth.org/

PrimeCare - Northwest
1649 North Pulaski Road 
Chicago, IL 60639
Phone: (773) 278-6868
https://www.primecarehealth.org/northwest-health-center/

PrimeCare - Belmont Cragin Health Center
5635 W Belmont Ave
Chicago IL 60634
(773) 736-1830
https://www.primecarehealth.org/belmont-cragin-health-center

Sliding Scale Clinics

Sliding scale clinics help people by offering a flexible payment model. They’re for people who can’t afford dental care due to unemployment, underemployment, or a lack of health insurance.

The sliding scale model depends on each person’s income and how the clinic organizes its scale. People in poverty typically pay less than people who earn more money.

Beloved Community Family Wellness Center
6821 S Halsted St
Chicago, IL 60621
(773) 651-3629
https://www.bcfwc.org/dental-clinic

PCC Austin Dental
5425 West Lake Street
Chicago, IL 60644
(773) 378-3347
https://www.pccwellness.org/pcc-austin-family-health-center

Lawndale Christian Health Center
3860 W Ogden Ave
Chicago, IL 60623
(872) 588-3000
https://lawndale.org/

Alivio Dental West Lawn
4255 West 63rd Street (Mirshed Medical Center)
Chicago, IL 60629
(773) 254-1400
https://www.aliviomedicalcenter.org/locations/dental-west-lawn

Sonrisa Family Dental - Gage Park
3229 W 47th PL
Chicago IL 60632
(773) 830-4463
https://www.sonrisafamilydental.com/gage-park.html

TCA Health- Main Site
TCA Health, Inc.
1029 E. 130th Street
Chicago, IL 60628
(773) 995-6300

Dental Schools that Offer Low-Cost Treatment

Dental schools offer services performed by dental students. To ensure quality dental care, every procedure is monitored by teaching dental professionals.

Some dental services can be given for free, but they’re most often offered at lower costs. This depends on the dental school and the type of procedure being done.

University of Illinois Chicago - Student Dentistry
801 S. Paulina St.
Chicago, IL 60612
https://dentistry.uic.edu/patients/student-dentistry/

Heartland Health Center - Senn High School
5900 N Glenwood Ave
Chicago IL 60660
(773) 751-1860

Malcolm X College Dental Hygiene Clinic
1900 W Jackson BLVD 1st FLR
Chicago IL 60612
(312) 850-7060
https://www.ccc.edu/colleges/malcolm-x/departments/Pages/Dental-Clinic-Fee-Schedule.aspx

Prairie State College Dental Clinic
202 S Halsted St
Chicago Heights IL 60411
(708) 709-3707
https://prairiestate.edu/academics/academic-programs/allied-health/dental-hygiene/index.aspx

Non-Profit Dental Clinics

Non-profit dental clinics are run by non-profit corporations and volunteer professionals. Their main goal is to provide their underserved communities with quality dental care.

Their dental services can include routine exams and treatments. Depending on the clinic’s funding, they can also perform dental surgeries.

AHS Family Health Center - Dental
2424 W Peterson Ave
Chicago, IL 60659
(800) 597-5077
https://www.ahsfhc.org/dental

Aunt Martha's Southeast Chicago Community Health Center
3528 E 118th St
Chicago, IL 60617
(877) 692-8686
https://www.auntmarthas.org/dental/

Primecare Community Health
1431 N Western Ave
Chicago, IL 60622
(312) 633-5841
https://www.primecarehealth.org/

Last updated on August 9, 2022
Last updated on August 9, 2022
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