Sunday, October 06, 2002

Where to call for emergency dental care

        If you face an oral-care emergency, cannot afford a dentist or lack dental insurance, there are places that can help:

        Cincinnati Health Department clinics
        Millvale Health Center: 352-3192
        Clement Health Center: 357-7310
        Northside Health Center: 357-7610
        Elm Street Health Center: 352-2927
        Price Hill Health Center: 357-2704
        McMicken Dental Center for the homeless: 352-6363
        City/Hamilton County clinics
        Lincoln Heights Regional Family Dental Center: 588-3623
        West End Health Center: 621-2726, ext. 201
        Winton Hills Health Center: 242-1033
        Walnut Hills/Evanston Medical Center: 281-4116
        Norwood City Health Dept.: 458-4600
        Dental One in Over the Rhine: 721-6060
        Hospital-based clinics
        Children's Hospital Dental Clinic: 636-4641
        Children's Hospital, Anderson: 636-6133
        Children's Hospital, Harrison: 636-6500
        University Hospital Oral Surgery Dept.: 584-7910
        Raymond Walters College Clinic: 745-5630
        For elderly or handicapped access
        OPTIONS: 621-2517
        Butler County
        Children's Hospital, Fairfield: 636-6435
        Butler County Community Health Center: 892-1888
        Warren County
        Children's Hospital, Mason: 636-6842
        Clermont County
        Community Services Pediatric Dental Center: 732-7206
        Adams and Brown Counties
        Southern Ohio Health Services Network, Ripley: (937) 392-4338
        Southern Ohio Health Services Network, Seaman Family Dental Center: (937) 386-1379
        Northern Kentucky
        Donated Dental Services: (888) 765-6789
        HealthPoint Family Care, Covington: (859) 655-8031
        Campbell County Emergency Fund: (859) 292-3838
        For more information, contact the Greater Cincinnati Oral Health Council: 621-0248


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