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Pinellas County Resource Guide

For Dental Services

(updated 2015)


Community Health Centers of Pinellas

Federally Qualified Health Center

www.chcpinellas.org

Income Requirements: Sliding fee scale based on FPL

Population Served: All ages

Dental Services: General dental care

Fees: Based on procedure and sliding fee scale based on income

Community Dental Clinic

1008 Woodlawn Street

Clearwater, Florida33756

727-216-6155 Fax 727-216-6433

www.CommunityDentalClinic.net

Requirements for prospective patients:

Proof of citizenship or permanents address

(one of the following): US Birth Certificate,

US Voterís ID, US Naturalization Certificate,

US Passport, permanent Resident Alien card (I-551),

Foreign passport stamped by the US Government "processed

For I-551Ē.Proof of current address or Florida Driverís license,

Social Security card.Clinic charges $25 per visit.All patients must

have appointment. Dental services: Dental X-rays, Fillings and extractions,

Dental Hygiene, Patient education

Johnnie Ruth Clarke Health Center

1344 22nd St. S., St. Petersburg, FL 33712

Contact Number: (727) 824-8177


Pinellas County Health Department

Department of Health Dental Centers

www.pinellashealth.com

Income Requirements: 200 percent of FPL or less; Medicaid eligible patients also seen

Population Served: Children and limited adult services

Dental Services: Diagnostic, preventive, basic restorative and surgical services

Fees: Sliding fee scale between 100 percent and 200 percent FPL

6 Locations in Pinellas County:

St. Petersburg Center

205 Dr. Martin Luther King St. N,

Contact Number: (727) 824-6975

Pinellas Park Center

6350 76th Ave. N., Pinellas Park, FL 33781

Contact Number: (727) 547-7780 Ext. 7103

Clearwater Center

310 N. Myrtle Ave., Clearwater, FL 33755

Contact Number: (727) 469-5800 Ext. 5122

Largo Center

12420 130th Ave. N., Largo, FL 33774

Contact Number: (727)588-4040 Ext. 3131

Mid-County Center

8751 Ulmerton Rd, Largo Fl 33771

Contact Number (727) 524-4410 Ext. 7680

Tarpon Springs Center

301 S. Disston Ave., Tarpon Springs, FL 34689

Contact Number: (727) 942-5457 Ext. 6111


Volunteer Programs offering dental services

Healthy Teeth Volunteer Clinic

Health Department in Pinellas

Services are offered at the Largo and Mid-County locations

Income Requirements: 200 percent of FPL or less

Population Served: adults

Dental Services: Exams, preventive care, fillings, extractions

Fees: eligibility is determined by the clinics, call for additional information

Largo Center

12420 130th Ave. N., Largo, FL 33774

Contact Number: (727)588-4040 Ext. 3131

Mid-County Center

8751 Ulmerton Rd, Largo Fl 33771

Contact Number (727) 524-4410 Ext. 7680

Gulf Coast Dental Outreach

North Pinellas County, FL 34698

Contact Number: (813) 579-3935

www.gulfcoastdentaloutreach.org

Income Requirements: Low incomes residents

Population Served: open to all adults

Dental Services: Exams, preventive care, fillings, extractions, some root canals, crowns, and denture repair Fees: Reduced fees, call for additional information

Homeless Emergency Project (HEP)

Dental Office

1120 N. Betty Lane, Clearwater, FL 33755

Contact Number: (727) 442-9041, Ext. 112

www.ethep.orgIncome Requirements: 200 percent of FPL or less

Population Served: Permanent and temporary residents of HEP

Dental Services: General dental care Fees: Lab fees on a sliding fee scale

Fees: Reduced fees, call for information

St. Petersburg Free Clinic

863 3rd Ave N, St. Petersburg, FL 33701

Contact Number: (727) 821-1200

www.stpetersburgfreeclinic.org

Income Requirements: has no private insurance, Medicare, Medicaid who do not qualify for low income assistance. Population Served: adults aged 18-64

Dental Services: basic dental needs (cleanings, simple fillings and extractions)

Fees: call for information


Dental Schools offering dental care at reduced fees

University of Florida, College of Dentistry St Petersburg

Educational Facility Clinic

9200 113TH St. N., Seminole, FL 33772

Contact Number: (727) 394-6064

Income Requirements: None

Population Served: Open to all ages

Dental Services: Currently only offering relief from pain through extractions

Fees: Dental procedures begin at $141

Additional Information: Emergency clinic opens at 7:30 a.m. on Monday-Friday. The clinic will treat first eight emergency patients.

St. Petersburg College, College of Dentistry

Educational Facility Clinic

7200 66th St. N., Pinellas Park, FL 33781

Contact Number: (727) 341-3668

Income Requirements: None

Population Served: Open to all 5 years of age and older

Dental Services: Cleaning, X-Rays, sealants

Fees: call for information

Dental Insurance Programs for Children

There are many options available for dental care. Florida Kidcare offers health insurance for children from birth through age 18, and there are four parts. When you apply for insurance, Florida Kidcare will determine which part your child may qualify for based on age and income.

Apply online at www.floridakidcare.orgOr call toll free at: 1-888-540-5437


Medikids: Children ages 1 through 4.

Healthy Kids: Children ages 5 through 18.

Childrenís Medical Service Network: Children birth through 18 who have special health care needs.

Medicaid: Birth through 18. A child who has other health insurance may still qualify for Medicaid.

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