Macomb County Oral Health Coalition
In 2014, the Macomb County Health Department recognized a growing need to draw support from all community groups to advocate for better oral health in the community. Consequently, in 2015, the Macomb County Oral Health Coalition was launched. The coalition’s membership includes representatives from more than a dozen organizations working collaboratively to promote oral health in Macomb County.
All Macomb County residents have access to quality and affordable oral health services and oral health is integrated into their overall health and well-being.
The mission of the Macomb Oral Health Coalition is to improve the oral health of all people in Macomb County.
Promote oral health education, especially for early childhood; increase oral health literacy in Macomb County; develop prevention messaging; increase marketing for oral health prevention messages and access; promote the Healthy Kids Dental program in the county to providers and families.
To increase oral health services in community settings.
To advocate and promote oral health services and increase service sites and providers for the County’s special populations: children with special health care needs, homeless, mental health, and minorities.
Community Dental Providers:
Community First Dental Center - New Haven
Offering the following services:
Partials & Dentures
Additional services available, call for details
Our highly qualified dental providers offer a wide variety of services that are available to the whole family! We welcome most commercial insurance plans, Medicaid and Medicaid Health Plans, Medicare and Medicare Health Plans, and have a sliding fee program available for those who qualify!
My Community Dental Center - Warren
MCDC provides a full range of general dentistry services, including:
Partials and dentures
Other dental procedures
Healthy Kids Dental and MI Child
Healthy Michigan Plan
MyCare Dental Clinic
The dental clinic offers a full range of dental services, including:
Simple and Surgical Extractions
Baker College Low Cost Dental Hygiene Services
Appointments for low-cost dental hygiene services are available this spring at Baker College’s Center for Dental Hygiene Education. The care is provided by students in the associate degree dental hygiene program under the supervision of licensed dentists and hygienists. The center is open to all in the community; documentation of financial need is not required. “These dental hygiene services are beneficial to community members and students,” said David Smith, a dentist and dental hygiene program director at Baker College of Clinton Township. “Community members can save hundreds of dollars on treatment, and students gain experience that prepares them for successful careers.”
He said the center’s low-cost services reduce the financial barrier for individuals to get dental hygiene services every six months as generally recommended. The low cost is especially helpful to those with higher risk of dental disease who require more frequent checkups.
To make your appointment today, call 586.790.5238!
Comprehensive oral examinations with an oral cancer screening
Nutritional assessments X-rays - $20 - $30
Oral hygiene instructions
Dental cleanings – Adults $30, Children (Ages 3-14) $20
Periodontal scaling/root planning - $60
Application of fluoride - $5
Dental sealants - $10 per tooth
All services are free for Baker College students, faculty and staff. Payment is required at the time of treatment; insurance is not accepted. Additional patients are typically needed in the spring because second-year students need to complete graduation requirements and first-year students have advanced in their studies and require experience.
34401 S. Gratiot Ave., Clinton Township
Make an Appointment:
Appointments are at 8 a.m. and 1 p.m., Mondays through Fridays during the spring. To make an appointment, please call 586.790.5238.
University of Michigan Dental School - Delta Dental Special Care Clinic
The U-M Special Care Clinic in Ann Arbor is now open and accepting new patients. The clinic provides care for patients ages 16 and up and is designed to accommodate patient care where standard dental operations can be challenging. This clinic has been designed to provide care for patients with the following types of conditions:
- Cerebral palsy, development/intellectual disabilities
- Autism Spectrum Disorder (mild to moderate)
- Acquired cognitive disabilities: dementia, Traumatic Brain Injury, progressive neuro logic disorders such as Parkinson’s disease, Huntington’s disease
- Physical disabilities that limit mobility, vision or hearing
- Chronic medical problems such as diabetes, hypertension, heart disease, renal failure, COPD
- Immunologically-mediated diseases such as Sjogren’s syndrome
- Chronic pain syndromes
Oral Health Care for Adults PDF
Oral Health Care for Children PDF
Oral Health Care for Infants PDF
Oral Health and Pregnancy PDF
Beaumont Health System
Community First Health Centers
East Shore Dental Hygiene Association
Great Start Macomb
Macomb County Health Department
Macomb Intermediate School District
Michigan Community Dental Clinic, Inc.
Michigan Oral Health Coalition
MyCare Health Center
South Eastern Michigan Indians, Inc.
St. John Providence
Tri-County Dental Health Council
Trinity Community Care
University of Detroit Mercy School of Dentistry
Van Dyke Public Schools
Interested in joining the Macomb County Oral Health Coalition or want more information?
Contact Maria Swiatkowski at email@example.com or 586-463-1254.