Clinics and Programs Providing Reduced Cost Dental Care
Community Health Clinics, Public Health - Seattle & King County Clinics and the Dental School and several dental hygiene/assisting schools accept Apple Health (Medicaid). You will be asked to provide income verification and ID if you are an uninsured patient. Depending on where your income falls on their scale, you may be asked to make a co-payment or be charged on a sliding fee.
Dental Schools charge a fee that may be less than a private practice and most appointments require longer visits. Payment is due on day of visit.
The Seattle-King County Dental Society has prepared this information as a community service. We suggest that you call ahead to confirm your needs with the clinic you choose.
Reduced Cost Clinics in King County
Should you need to ride the bus to and from an appointment, please contact Metro at 206.553.3000 for bus schedule information, or click here
to help plan your trip online.