Low-cost Dental Care


Not everyone has dental benefits (commonly called “dental insurance”) through an employer, and those who are unemployed face even greater problems getting necessary dental care. Sometimes there are language barriers, transportation difficulties, or simply not any dentists close by. The Minnesota Dental Association is committed to lending a helping hand to those in need. The information below can help you find free or sliding fee scale clinics, as well as special state and national programs for children and for elderly, disabled or medically compromised individuals.

Reduced-Cost Clinics

Twin Cities Metro Area A list of reduced-cost dental clinics in or around the Twin Cities metro area.

Greater Minnesota A list of reduced-cost dental clinics throughout Minnesota (outside of the metro area).

Resources for Parents & Older Adults

Minnesota Head Start Association Information on education and health services offered through Head Start programs to Minnesota children.

Insure Kids Now: Oral Health Coverage Plans Learn about free or low-cost insurance options for children under Medicaid and the Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP).