Lindquist Dental Clinic For Children - No Child Turned Away Due To Inability to Pay

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   No Child Turned Away Due To Inability to Pay!!!General InformationPhone:    253-539-7445 One convenient number for all four clinics.Fax:        253-539-7538Email:     frontdesk@lindquistdental.orgClick here for address, directions and maps to our four South Puget Sound clinics. Lindquist Dental Clinic for Children Bremerton Clinic 3102 Wheaton Way Bremerton, WA 98310  Local Number: (360) 377-0559   The Gig Harbor Clinic is located at: 8502 Skansie Ave Gig Harbor, WA 98335   South Tacoma Clinic 3875 S 66th St Tacoma, WA 98409   The Parkland Clinic 130 131st Street S Tacoma, WA 98444     LDCC is the only private nonprofit dental clinic in Pierce County specializing in serving children! LDCC provides quality dental service to children ages 0 through 18 around the Puget Sound REGARDLESS of a family's ability to pay!!!  LDCC accepts patients who are covered by Medicaid (e.g: DSHS, Provider One, Apple, Basic Health Plus and more), Tri-Care Dental (In support of our service personnel whose families meet income qualifications, there are no out-of-pocket cost for covered services) and most private insurances.  LDCC also offers a sliding fee scale based on income and family size for those that are under-insured or uninsured.    Lindquist Dental Clinic for Children has four locations throughout the South Sound and a Dental Outreach Program ready to meet all your child's dental needs.    The child-centered atmosphere strives to reduce the anxiety a child may experience when visiting the dentist.    At LDCC every child's oral health is important, long after the first visit.  LDCC provides oral health & family education, and strongly encourages early intervention for even the youngest members of the family.    Did you know: Tooth decay is the most common chronic childhood disease in America.  It affects half of all first graders and 80% of seventeen-year-olds. 37% of Pierce County 2nd and 3rd Graders have rampant decay (in 7 or more teeth) compared to 21% of all Washington State. Low and moderate-income children with tooth decay miss an average of 13 days a year of school due to dental problems. In Washington State, one in seven low-income children has unmet dental needs. It's been determined that 80% of all dental disease is found within the low income population within our community. Staff Directory:For more information about our amazing staff visit our staff page  
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