Consumer Guide: Free or Reduced-Fee Dental Services
This list of resources includes where you can find dental services for free or at a lower cost.
Find a Medicaid or BadgerCare Plus dental provider
Free (or low-cost) dental care in Wisconsin
These services are offered all over the state:
- Oral Health Program—View a list of free or low-cost health clinics in Wisconsin. Use the map to find:
- Federally qualified health centers.
- Free clinics.
- Rural health centers.
- Tribal health centers.
- Donated Dental Services Program—Find help for people who can’t afford dental care they need because of income limits. The lack of income must be because of a permanent disability, long-term (chronic) illness, or old age (65 or older).
- Marshfield Clinics—Access a financial assistance program that helps patients with low income who have dental costs that insurance doesn’t cover. The program applies to services provided at a Marshfield Clinic dental center. It also applies to services that ForwardHealth (Medicaid or BadgerCare Plus) covers. Learn more about Marshfield Clinic’s financial assistance policy.
- Wisconsin Dental Association—View a list of low-cost dental clinics in Wisconsin.
Free (or low-cost) dental care in Brown County
These services are offered in and near Brown County:
- Oral Health Partnership—Find free dental care for kids in and near Brown County. You must be 0–19 years of age. You also must have Medicaid or BadgerCare Plus or have no dental insurance but qualify for the free and reduced meal program.
- N.E.W. Dental Clinics—Access dental care for adults in Brown County. You must be on Medicaid, on BadgerCare Plus, homeless, low-income, or without insurance.
Free (or low-cost) dental care in Milwaukee
Marquette University School of Dentistry Dental Clinic—Get dental care for about half the price of a private dentist. You must first schedule a screening appointment. This confirms if you can get clinic services.
Free (or low-cost) dental care in Rock County
HealthNet of Rock County—Get free dental care if you qualify and live in Rock County. You must meet low-income requirements and not have health insurance.