Dental Health Services
McLeod County Public Health is offering DENTAL CARE through Children’s Dental Services (CDS), which is a traveling dental clinic. Children ages 0-21 and pregnant women of any age are eligible for services. Routine dental treatments including the following can be done
: Cleanings, Fluoride, Sealants, Oral health education, Exams, X-Rays, Fillings, Crowns, and Extractions. The Clinic will be open for appointments every 3rd Friday of the month from 8:30 to 3:30. CDS accepts all forms of insurance and has discounts for income eligible families. Please call our main office at 320-864-3185
to schedule an appointment. Appointments will be located at the Health and Human Services Building, 1805 Ford Avenue North, 2nd
Floor Conference Room, Glencoe, MN 55336. The medical history form that is required to be filled out prior to appointments can be found here
Caring Hands Dental Hygiene Outreach Clinic is specifically designed to provide dental hygiene services to Children and Adults of all ages. This includes Cleaning, Digital X-Rays, Exams, and Fluoride. McLeod County Public Health is partnering with Caring Hands Dental to schedule clinics every 6 months. Clinics will be located at the Hazardous Waste Building in Hutchinson, MN. Please contact McLeod County Public Health at 320-864-3185
and ask about clinic dates to schedule an appointment. www.caringhandsdentalclinic.com
Your child can have fluoride varnish applied to his or her teeth up to four times a year. Fluoride varnishing is a temporary protective coating that is painted on the teeth to help prevent new cavities and to help stop small cavities that have already started. The fluoride varnish can be applied on infants from the time they get their first tooth. Please call to schedule an appointment. Fee information, based on income eligibility, will be provided when an appointment is scheduled.McLeod Count Public Heath is offering Fluoride Varnishing’s at McLeod County schools, which will be offered to students in the Fall and Spring each year. Please contact Public Health or your school nurse with any questions.
Call 320-864-3185 or contact us via email at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.