Dental (Oral) Services

Board of Health

Dental (Oral) Services

Dental (Oral) Services

Oral health is important for all ages. Today, more than ever, the oral-systemic link is becoming clearer to diagnosing and treating diseases of the oral cavity which have been proven detrimental to our patients' overall health and well-being. Researchers have proven an association of diseases in the oral cavity to Alzheimer's, heart disease, pre-term birth and other systemic and medical concerns. Prevention and education are the focus of care provided to the residents of Fulton County. Good oral health care is good overall health.

The Fulton County Board of Health offers oral health services to eligible children and adolescents from the time their first tooth erupts (grows in) as toddlers until they graduate from high school. Children who have Medicaid or qualify for the free and reduced cost school nutrition programs are eligible for oral health services.

Adult eligibility:

  • Ryan White Program (adult referral only)

We accept all forms of Medicaid and PeachCare for Kids.

For children who do not have Medicaid or private insurance, the following criteria will be used to determine eligibility:

  • Family size
  • Total family income
  • County of residence


  • Cleanings (once every 6 months)
  • Complete examinations (ages 3 and up)
  • Well Baby Exams (under 3 years of age)
  • X-Rays
  • Fillings
  • Sealants (ages 3-17, 1st and 2nd molars)
  • Extractions
  • Limited stainless steel crowns, space maintainers, and emergency dental care
  • Emergency Oral Health Care
  • Community Outreach


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dental/oral service locations

Adamsville Regional Health center

College Park Regional Health Center

North Fulton Regional Health Center

Neighborhood Union Health Center