Everyone Desires a Healthy Smile
Healthy Smiles for Tot & Teens Dental Program
The Waukesha County Community Dental Clinic is the dental home to thousands of children, providing comprehension dental care annually. All children receive oral health education at each appointment, and the children go home with a new toothbrush, floss and toothpaste. Parents are invited into the exam room to review and reinforce home oral heatlh care instructions.
Healthy Smiles for Moms and Babies
The Waukesha County Community Dental Clinic offers high risk, low income pregnant moms comprehensive dental care. The Clinic’s Dental Health Coordinator work in tandem with the Waukesha County Women’s Infant and Children’s Nutrition Program (WIC), and its prenatal care coordinators. New mothers will be incentivized (e.g. gift bags) to return with their newborns for an infant oral health screening within 6 months of birth.
Waukesha In School Sealant Program
Waukesha County Community Dental Clinic staff and community volunteers provide oral health instruction, screenings, fluoride varnish and sealants to low income 2nd and
3rd grade students in Waukesha Public Schools. All children you are eligible are linked to the clinic and are welcomed into a dental home.
Head Start Partnership
Waukesha County Community Dental Clinic staff, WCTC hygiene students, and volunteers provide oral health instructions and federal mandated exams for low income preschoolers enrolled in the Headstart Program. All children you are eligible are linked to the clinic and are welcomed into a dental home.
Give Kids a Smile Program
The American Dental Association’s annual Give Kids A Smile Program is working to eliminate the silent epidemic of dental disease for the millions of children that can not sleep, eat properly, pay attention in school, or simply smile. The Waukesha County Community Dental Clinic participates in this program and provides provides disadvantaged children with free comprehensive dental care, including examinations, professional cleanings, fluoride treatments, sealants, restorations, and x-rays, and welcomes them into a new dental home.
Dentistry in a Hospital Setting
The Waukesha County Community Dental Clinic offers dental care for children under 5 years of age or adults who are disabled or have significant decay that can not be addressed in the dental clinic in a hospital setting.
Special Smiles Dental Program
The Waukesha County Community Dental Clinic provides a dental home for special needs adults who have aged out of oral health services they previously received at Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin. The Clinic’s dental team has been trained to provide disability-aware services to special needs adults.
Adult Dental Program
The Waukesha County Community Dental Clinic is a resource for low income uninsured or under-insured adults who have an urgent or emergent dental need. The Adult Dental Program focuses on individuals who are medically fragile and who lack access to dental care. The clinic provides basic dental services to address their most urgent and emergent needs.