Dental Health Resources in Alaska
For information about oral health resources in Alaska, visit the Alaska Department of Health and Social Services: Oral Health webpage.
Donated Dental Services provides comprehensive oral health care to patients 65 years and older who lack adequate income to pay for dental care.
Visit the Donated Dental Services website to apply, or to find contact information for the DDS coordinator for your area.
Use the Alaska Dental Society’s website to find a dentist near you.
The University of Alaska Anchorage offers dental care at both the Dental Hygiene Clinic and the Dental Assisting Clinic. Dental care is provided under the supervision of a dentist.
The University of Alaska Fairbanks Dental Hygiene Clinic offers dental care at a reduced cost. For more information about the services provided and how to become a patient:
The Interior Community Health Center Johnson Oral Health Clinic provides preventative and restorative dental care. For more information:
The Smile for a Lifetime Foundation is a nonprofit organization that provides orthodontic care to individuals with financial challenges and special situations.