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Dental and oral health

Roughly one third of Oxford County residents are without dental benefits. For some families, it can be a struggle to pay for basic dental care or even emergency dental care for children. 

Help is available. Community Dental Services works to improve the oral health of all Oxford County residents.


How we can help:

Oral Health Services works to improve the oral health of all Oxford County residents by:
  • Offering oral health education to school-age children and youth
  • Providing basic dental care to uninsured children 17 years under the new Healthy Smiles Ontario program
  • Providing emergency dental care to children 17 years and under through the CINOT program

Providing teeth cleaning to children and adults without dental insurance and without a dentist:

Children under 17 if family does not have dental insurance

FREE cleaning

Adults with a family net income of less than $20,000 if they do not have dental insurance and have not been seen by a dentist in two years

FREE cleaning

Adults with family net income of more than $20,000 but who do not have dental insurance and have not been seen by a dentist in two years

$35 for cleaning

To find out if your family qualifies for our services, contact us:

Community Dental Services


519.539.9800, ext. 3510 | Toll-free 1.800.755.0394


93 Graham Street, Woodstock (corner of Graham St. & Buller St.)

Read the Oxford County Oral Health Status Report.

What's new
NEW: No dental insurance? No problem! The mobile dental clinic is coming to the Livingston Centre in Tillsonburg. See dates and location.

No-cost dental program for kids 17 and under.

Do your kids qualify? Find out more.











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Read the bi-annual Dental Report to see what services are provided and/or administered by Public Health.