Published Jul 5, 2015
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NICUmiiki, DNP, NP
See if Mission of Mercy is having a dental clinic near you. You have to go very early and wait in long lines, but you can get extensive dental work done for free. I volunteered at the one near me this year.
Ruby Vee, BSN
I'll second (or third or fifth or whereever we are now) the dental school idea. Some of them accept payment on a sliding scale. Fix what absolutely has to be fixed now -- hopefully when you graduate and get a nursing job, you'll have dental insurance and can work on whatever else needs to be fixed.
Google search free dental clinics in your area. I don't know where you live, but there are several close to me in the Tampa area. I refer people to them all the time. Also, Mission of Mercy is worth a shot to look into. I know they did a free dental care event at the Tampa Fairgrounds last year. They saw something like 700 patients, I believe.
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