Saturday, March 26: $5 Walk-In Dental Clinic for Low-Income Children

Washtenaw Children’s Dental Clinic is a non-profit clinic serving the dental needs of low-income children, providing basic preventive and restorative dental care to Washtenaw County children since 1952.

Who’s Eligible?
To be eligible, your child must be:

  • A resident of Washtenaw County
  • Age Preschool – 18 years
  • Eligible for the Federal Hot Lunch Program
  • Not covered by dental insurance
  • Accompanied by a parent or guardian.

What services are provided?
Your child will receive a cleaning, dental screening, and their most pressing dental need addressed.

What is the cost?
$5 per child. Payable by cash or check.

When is it?
This Saturday, March 26, from 8am-3pm.

Where is it?
The Washtenaw Children’s Dental Clinic will take place at the Ann Arbor Open School (Mack School), 707 Brooks St, Ann Arbor 48103.
Accessible by bus on routes 12A/B (exit at Brooks St.).

Need more information?
Visit the website at or call Tammy Kraeger at (734) 663-7073.

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One response to “Saturday, March 26: $5 Walk-In Dental Clinic for Low-Income Children

  1. This is a great news. At least people are well aware of people who have low income but also needs dental care. With this, I think a lot of people would be glad to have a dental check-up or operation. At least it doesn’t cost that much.

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