SmileMobile is coming to Oak Harbor June 24-28

  • Monday, June 24, 2019 3:18pm
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The SmileMobile is coming to Oak Harbor next week.

The three-chair mobile dental van travels the state offering dental services to children and pregnant or post-partum women who might not otherwise have access to dental care. The SmileMobile will be in Oak Harbor June 24-28.

The SmileMobile is staffed with a clinic manager, dentist and dental assistant.

It will be parked at Opportunity Council at 1791 NE 1st Ave., Oak Harbor.

The SmileMobile staff will also be doing health care enrollments and the Oak Harbor Lions Club will be doing vision screenings.

To make an appointment or for information call 1-888-286-9105.

The program accepts Apple Health (Medicaid) and uninsured. The SmileMobile is operated by the Arcora Foundation, a non-profit organization funded by Delta Dental of Washington in partnership with Seattle Children’s Hospital.

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