Yes! ALL services at FreeD.O.M. Clinic are absolutely FREE for low income, no income, uninsured, and underinsured Marion County residents. We are proudly sponsored by the Marion County Hospital District.
No ID or insurance is required.
Yes. Please call our office for more information: 352-421-5510. Since we see a high volume of patients, there will be a significant wait time on the day of your treatment.
Root canals and crowns are very intensive, lengthy procedures. Due to the high volume of patients at every clinic, we currently offer a filling or an extraction.
Our policy is one tooth per visit and one procedure (filling or extraction). If you need extensive work, you may need to schedule more than one visit.
It has been done in the past, but only the dentist (on site) can determine what procedures can be performed. It may be worth your time to come and see.
Children usually require routine dental care throughout the year, so we recommend getting them into a dental home right away. In addition, children typically have Medicaid insurance, which is usually accepted by the Heart of Florida, Langley, the Department of Health and Shands. Nevertheless, if your child is uninsured, we treat children for episodic care. We do not do sedation, so it is up to the discretion of the dentist to determine if the child can tolerate local anesthesia.
If you need reading glasses, they are provided on site immediately. If you need prescription glasses, they will arrive in about 6 weeks. We provide single lens glasses and lined bifocals - no progressive lenses, no tinted lenses, no contacts and no prescriptions for contact lenses. An optometrist will do a complete exam - dilation, refraction, and then you'll choose from a beautiful selection of brand new frames (if you’re getting prescription glasses).
We are sponsored by the Marion County Hospital District, so our clinics are for low income, no income, uninsured, underinsured, and homeless Marion County residents. If you live in another county, it may be a good idea to contact your local health department to see if they can provide any options. We are blessed to have this services available on a monthly basis for our residents.