Patients are seen on a first-come, first-served basis. No appointments will be taken or are necessary. Patients seeking care may wait in line for several hours or more, so please prepare accordingly.
Patients willing to wait in line may be seen whether they are uninsured, under-insured, or insured, given they do not have medically compromising conditions. Photo identification, Social Security Number or other personal identification/documentation will NOT be required.
Interpreters will be available to assist patients who speak Spanish, as well as other languages. If you do not speak English, please bring an interpreter, as we cannot guarantee an interpreter will be available to assist you.
We do have a small pediatric dentistry department. Children under the age of 18 must be accompanied by parent or guardian at all times.
NOTE: Take your usual daily medications as directed by your physician. If you are unsure whether you can have local anesthesia (“numb sensation”) and dental care in an outpatient setting, please ask a physician before you arrive. If we think it’s unsafe for you to receive dental care due to uncontrolled medical conditions, we will not treat you.
The safety of all volunteers and patients is the FDA Foundation and FLA-MOM leadership committees' priority. All FLA-MOM protocols and safety procedures are being reviewed and the clinic layout has been amended to ensure proper distancing.