At this time, the next FLAMOM event is scheduled in Pensacola, Florida, on March 24 and 25th.  It will be held at the Woodham Middle School. Patients will be seen starting at 6 am on each of those days. There is no need to pre-register and services are available on a first-come, first-served basis only.

The Florida Mission of Mercy (FLAMOM) event strives to relieve pain and treat dental infections for as many people as possible. Typically, the dental services offered range from basic cleanings and fillings to extractions and root canals and, in some cases, even partial acrylic dentures (or “flipper”).

Patients attending these events may wait for dental services for several hours to receive dental care and often are encouraged to arrive early as we treat patients on a first-come, first-serve basis. 

If you are currently in dental pain, please do NOT wait for the next FLAMOM to seek care, as dental pain could signal a serious condition. Click here for a list of low-cost dental clinics and other information.

Patients FAQs

  • What Is It?

  • When Is It?

  • Who Can Receive Treatment?

  • What Services Are Provided?

  • What Services Are Not Provided?

  • What Should I Expect at FLA-MOM?

  • How Long Will It Take?

  • Will Everyone Be Seen?

  • Will All The Work I Need Be Completed?

  • Can I Get Nitrous Or General Anesthetic?

  • Can I Smoke?

  • Where Can I Park?

  • What Should I Bring?

  • Who Provides My Treatment?

  • Will I Receive Any Prescriptions?

  • Do The Dentists Or Other Volunteers Get Compensated To Work At The Event?

  • Who Pays For The Supplies And Equipment?

  • Do I Need To Have Insurance?

  • Is There A Maximum Income Level For Patients?

  • Do You See Patients In Wheelchairs?

  • How Can I Volunteer?

  • Are Pets Allowed Inside The Facility?

  • Will Childcare Be Available At The Event?