Oral Health Services – Nashville.gov

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Comprehensive Dental Care for Children and Adult Emergency Care
Lentz Dental Clinic
Suite 230 (2nd floor)
2500 Charlotte Avenue
Nashville, TN 37209
The Lentz Dental Clinic provides comprehensive dental care for children age 20 and younger. TennCare is accepted. For those patients who do not have TennCare, a sliding fee schedule based on income and number of people in the household is available. Please call 615-340-5601 for an appointment.
What to Bring on Your First Visit
Parent/Legal Guardian:
For limited adult emergencies, Davidson County residents age 21 and older may call each morning at 8:00 am to request an evaluation appointment for that day. Fee schedules are based on proof of income. Please call 615-340-5601 for an appointment.
What to Bring to Your Adult Emergency Evaluation Appointment:
Limited no cost oral health services are included in WIC appointments at Lentz and South Nashville WIC Nutrition Center locations only. Dental screenings, fluoride applications, toothbrushes and oral health education are available to children and expectant mothers during regularly scheduled WIC appointments. Services are provided by a registered dental hygienist. Please ask your WIC representative about the availability of oral health services on the day of your WIC appointment.
Lentz WIC
2500 Charlotte Avenue
Suite 120
Nashville, TN 37209
South Nashville WIC Nutrition Center
3718 Nolensville Pike
Nashville, TN 37211
Preventative Dental Services for Schoolchildren in K-8
The School-Based Dental Prevention Program (SBDPP) is a year-round dental program that provides preventive dental services to children grades K-8 at selected schools in Davidson County. The program offers dental sealants, fluoride, dental screenings, oral health education and more by our enthusiastic team of registered dental hygienists, dentists, and assistants. Schools with 50% free and reduced lunch populations are targeted for these services, but all children in these schools are eligible. Sealant and oral health education programs may be scheduled at your school, daycare, community center or community event by request.
School Based Dental Prevention Program
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