Samaritan Medical and Dental Clinic provides the following health services:
Barnabas Dental Program provide Nassau County residents, who qualify as low income program participants, adequate care for acute or chronic dental issues.
Provides reduced fee dental services.
Patient must be 21 years of age or older
Patients must be Nassau County residents
Photo identification is required
Social Security cards are required for every member of the family
Proof of income for the entire household is required.
Patients must bring medicaid card, if applicable
Dental Services include:
Root Tip Extraction
Anterior & Bicuspid
Patients who have Medicaid are eligible for services through the dental program's self-pay program.
This means that patients will be held responsible for the payment of all services they receive.
Note that the dental program does NOT bill Medicare for any services provided, and Medicaid is not responsible for any fees incurred.
Hours of operation:
Monday : Closed
Tuesday : 8:00 am – 4:00 pm
Wednesday : 8:00 am – 3:00 pm
Thursday : 8:00 am – 4:00 pm
Friday : Closed
Questions To Ask Your Dentist
1. How am I expected to pay?
2. What are the costs for services. Is this discounted or based on income?
3. What Documents am I required to provide?
4. Do you need me to provide income statements in order to verify discounts, mail to provide residency?
5. How are the instruments sterilized?
Heat sterilization is very important for all instruments. If you are not comfortable with their answer, you can choose another office.
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Anonymous - Sep 23, 2020
I'm in need of some help with my mouth iv lost four of my lower front teeth I don't have no insurance at all I would very much like to see if you could help me out with this they are starting to break off at the gum on my jaw it hard to believe at fity four that I'm like this
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Frequently Asked Questions
Question: If I don't qualify for free care or sliding scale, based on my income, how much do I have to pay for dental services? Answer: The cost of dental services varies from State to State, and, from one Clinic to another. We have a question and answer section above that may answer some of your questions. If it does not, please call the clinic directly. We list the phone number above.
Question: Do I qualify for free or low cost services in a Community Health Center if I have an Insurance that does not cover everything and with a high deductible? Answer: A community Health Center can be used by anyone, whether they have insurance or not, the cost will be based on a sliding scale. Contact your local community health care for more information.
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