Visiting a dentist twice a year for routine dental care is important to keep your teeth and gums healthy. Preventative care like fluoride treatment can reduce the risk of cavities and tooth decay. Plus, oral health is a good indicator of overall health.
A regular dental visit includes a check-up, where the dentists examines your gums, teeth and mouth, and a cleaning, where they clear away plaque and tartar (common causes of oral disease) and polish the teeth. If the dentist detects an issue, they will ask that you come in for follow-up services.
District 4 is committed to providing every community access to quality dental care. Our dental services include:
- Fluoride varnish
- Cavity risk assessment
Dental services are available for children, pregnant women and adults. We accept all forms of Georgia Medicaid coverage (Amerigroup, CareSource, PeachState, PeachCare for Kids, etc.), but we do not accept Medicare or private insurance for dental services.
Our dental clinics also offer affordable rates for uninsured patients who are within 200% of the Federal Poverty Guidelines. Patients MUST submit an Uninsured Patient Dental Program Form before making an appointment.
If you are having a dental emergency call 911 or go to your local emergency room. If you need to reach the Dental Coordinator you can email Robin Jordan at firstname.lastname@example.org.