Dental
Spokane provides dental services for low-income, veterans and people without dental insurance. 
Statistics
  • In 2012, 68% of adults had visited a dentist in the last year.  Among adults, 15% had lost 6 or  more teeth due to decay.  Tooth loss increased as age increased, and decreased as education level and income increased.  Visiting the dentist in the last year increased as education level and income increased.  (2015 Spokane Counts, Spokane Regional Health District)

  • More than half of children (57%) in Spokane County in 2010 experienced dental decay by third grade.  Decay experience was more likely among lower income, non-white or Hispanic children.   (2015 Spokane Counts, Spokane Regional Health District)
Local Organizations
Additional Resources

ABCD for children - call for referral
Spokane Regional Health District
(509) 324-1478

CHAS Dental Clinics
Community Health Association of Spokane
Nurse Advice Line:  1-866-418-1002
Appointment Line:    (509) 444-8200
https://chas.org/services/dental

    (509) 434-0308   Downtown, 2nd and Monroe, Spokane, WA
    (509) 242-1821   Maple Clinic, 3919 N. Maple, Spokane, WA
    (509) 434-0212   Deer Park
    (509) 444-8200   Cheney Health Center, 1720 2nd St., Cheney, WA

DENT
(Dental Emergencies Needing Treatment)
Connecting the homeless and uninsured sufferers to long-term relief since the ER can only provide temporary relief.  DENT volunteers provide the connection between patients and dentists. The program offers advice on what to expect during a dentist appointment and checks to make sure the patients have transportation. (Source: “Program puts DENT in teeth care disparity”, Editorial, The Spokesman-Review, 4-28-16)
   
Elderly Dental Access Program
Aging and Long Term Care of Eastern Washington
1222 N. Post St
Spokane, WA  99201
Hours:  M-F, 8:30 am - 5:00 pm
(509) 458-2509
email:  action@altcew.org 
Offers up to a 25% discount to seniors 65 and older or Alzheimer's patients.  Income eligible seniors are given  a selection of participating dentists. ALCEW also provides a referral number to callers under the age of 65 and are receiving disability benefits.

EWU Dental Hygiene Clinic
Health Sciences Building
310 N Riverpoint Blvd
Spokane, WA  99202
509-828-1300
The clinic is a self-support, non-profit facility operated by university faculty, staff and students. Quality care is provided by students with direct supervision from registered dental hygienists and licensed dentists. 
All clients are seen by appointment only. 
For more information:
http://www.ewu.edu/chsph/programs/dental-hygiene/ewu-dental-hygiene-clinic

NATIVE Health Medical/Dental Services
509-483-7535
http://www.nativeproject.org/

Spokane Falls Riverpoint Family Clinic
4001 N. Cook
Spokane, WA
(509) 326-4343

The SmileMobile
A program in partnership with Delta Dental of Washington, which offers dental services to low-income children.  Check https://www.deltadentalwa.com for an annual SmileMobile schedule and to volunteer.  (Source:  “Mobile Tooth Care”, The Spokesman-Review, 10-17-14)

Unify Community Health Dental
Northeast Community Center
4001 N. Cook
Spokane, WA
(509) 326-4343

Veterans Affairs (Veterans ONLY)
(509) 434-7000