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Dental Resources in Philadelphia, PA

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 regardless of their ability to pay. 

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

Abbottsford Falls Dental
4700 Wissahickon Avenue
Philadelphia, PA 19144
(215) 843-9720
https://www.fpcn.com/abbottsford-falls/

Sayre Health Center
227 S. 59th St
Philadelphia, PA 19139
(215) 474-4444
https://www.sayrehealth.org/

Philadelphia FIGHT Dental Clinic
1207 Chestnut Street, 4th floor
Philadelphia, PA 19107
(215) 525-3046
https://fight.org/

Sliding Scale Clinics

Sliding scale clinics offer a flexible payment model for their dental services. 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, family size, and how the clinic organizes its scale. People in poverty typically pay less than people who earn more money.

City Health Center 2
1700 S. Broad St.
Unit 201
Philadelphia, PA 19145
(215) 685-822
https://www.phila.gov/services/mental-physical-health/city-health-centers/

City Health Center 3
555 S. 43rd St.
Philadelphia, PA 19104
(215) 685-7506
https://www.phila.gov/services/mental-physical-health/city-health-centers/

City Health Center 4
4400 Haverford Ave.
Philadelphia, PA 19104
(215) 685-7605
https://www.phila.gov/services/mental-physical-health/city-health-centers/

City Health Center 5
1900 N 20th St.
Philadelphia, PA 19121
(215) 685-2938
https://www.phila.gov/services/mental-physical-health/city-health-centers/

Dental Schools that Offer Low-Cost Treatment

Dental schools offer services like implants, general cleanings, and restorations at a lower cost. These procedures are performed by dental students and supervised by teaching dental professionals.

Some dental services are given for free. This depends on the dental school and the type of procedure being done.

Temple University Kornberg School of Dentistry
3223 North Broad Street
Philadelphia, PA 19140
https://dentistry.temple.edu/patient-care

The University of Pennsylvania School of Dental Medicine
The Robert Schattner Center, University of Pennsylvania, School of Dental Medicine
240 South 40th Street, 
Philadelphia, PA 19104-6030
(215) 898-8965
https://www.dental.upenn.edu/

TRINON Implant Direct Courses & Implant Training
1515 Market St
Philadelphia, PA 19102(267) 800-0174
https://implantologycourses.com/

Non-Profit Dental Clinics

Non-profit dental clinics are run and organized by volunteer professionals. They provide underserved communities with quality dental care for free or at low costs.

Non-profit dental clinics can offer routine exams and treatments in general, cosmetic, pediatric, and adult dentistry. This depends on the clinic.

GPHA Hunting Park Health Center
1999 West Hunting Park Avenue
Philadelphia, PA 19140
(215) 229-1390
https://gphainc.org/

Spectrum Community Health Center
5201 Haverford Avenue
Philadelphia, PA 19139
https://www.spectrumhs.org/

Broad Street Health Center (BSHC)
1415 North Broad Street, Suite 224
Philadelphia, PA 19122
https://www.spectrumhs.org/

Reed Street Health Center (RSHC)
1325 South 33rd Street, Suite 300
Philadelphia, PA 19146
https://www.spectrumhs.org/

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