Donated Dental Services
Donated Dental Services (DDS) is a program of the Seattle-King County Dental Society and the Dental Lifeline Network (formerly National Foundation of Dentistry for the Handicapped). Volunteer dental health professionals and dental labs support this critical program in King County. DDS tends to the essential and comprehensive dental care of our County's most vulnerable people; disabled, elderly or medically compromised people who cannot afford the necessary treatment nor get public aid. These DDS patients fall through the cracks of public health programs, especially Medicaid and Medicare.
Since the program began in 2000, over 926 vulnerable King County residents have received $5,078,387 in donated care from some of the 237 dentists and 117 dental laboratories
that have volunteered to help.
There are some income guidelines and participant requirements for participants. To receive information about the program, please call 877.861.6028.
Donated Dental Services Application
Please click HERE
to download the application to receive donated dental care.
You may also go to the Dental Lifeline Network
web site to receive additional information about the program.