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Dental Care

Waldo County Dental Care’s mission is to improve access to preventative and restorative dental care for low-income, uninsured adults while improving patients’ overall health, employability and personal well-being.

Contact Information

For more information about how to access dental care services, please give us a call.

  • dental cleanings
  • x-rays
  • fluoride treatments
  • sealants
  • limited dentures*
  • fillings
  • extractions
*additional fees apply
  • be at least 18 years old
  • live in Waldo County
  • not have seen a dentist in the past 12 months
  • meet federal income guidelines

Size of Family Unit Income

1 - $21,105
2 - $28,420
3 - $35,735
4 - $43,050
5 - $50,365

Please add $7,315 for each additional person in family unit. 

There is a sliding co-pay between $20 to $30 per visit, depending on your income.

CarePartners, a statewide initiative of MaineHealth, is a large group of doctors, hospitals and other healthcare providers who supply many of the services you need to keep yourself healthy. These services include regular checkups, prescription medications, lab and x-ray services, care when you are sick, and referrals to other services and resources.

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Funding for Waldo County Dental Care has come from grants from the Doree Taylor Charitable Foundation, athenahealth, Bank of America, Maine Women’s Fund, Stephen and Tabitha King Foundation, United Mid Coast Charities and from Waldo County General Hospital and Pen Bay Medical Center.




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