Donated Dental Services
The Montana Donated Dental Services (DDS) program assists qualified low-income Montanans who are disabled, elderly, or medically compromised.
Montana dentists and dental labs have donated more than $3 million in dental treatment through DDS.
To qualify for Donated Dental Services, a patient must:
- Have a permanent physical or mental disability, or be age 65 or older, and significantly unable to be employed.
- Have no other means of obtaining needed dental care.
- Need extensive (comprehensive) dental treatment, i.e. more than a check-up and cleaning.
For more information on Donated Dental Services or to obtain an application, call (406) 449-9670 or (888) 449-9670 or email mpetrick [AT] dentallifeline [DOT] org.
Donated Dental Services is always in need of dentists and dental labs willing to volunteer their services. Please contact Margaret Petrick (406) 449-9670 or (888) 449-9670 or email mpetrick [AT] dentallifeline [DOT] org.