Dentists throughout Wisconsin have volunteered to provide comprehensive dental care to people who are eligible because of permanent disability, chronic illness or advanced age. Lack of income to pay for dental care is a secondary eligibility requirement.
There is generally no cost to qualifying individuals: however; people in a position to pay for part of their care may be encouraged to do so, especially when laboratory work is involved.
There are four steps to the Application Process:
Step One- complete,sign and return the application.
Step Two- when your application comes up for review, a referral coordinator will call
to obtain additional information.
Step Three- the referral coordinator will share the information about a person tentatively accepted with a volunteer dentist.
Step Four- you will be notified of the dentist's name and phone number and you will be responsible for scheduling an appointment for an examination.
Final acceptance into the program will only be made after the clinical exam when the specific treatment needs are established.
Upon receipt, your application will be placed on the waiting list. Please be patient. The referral coordinator will contact you when your application comes up for review.
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