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2017 NC Missions of Mercy Clinic Dates

Online volunteer registration for the Sparta, Salisbury, and Gastonia clinic dates are now open below.  Registration for the New Bern clinic will open approximately one month prior to that scheduled event.

August 4th & 5th
Cornerstone Christian Fellowship
1276 Grandview Drive, Sparta, NC

September 15th & 16th
West End Plaza (Old Salisbury Mall, JCPenney Space)
1935 Jake Alexander Blvd W., Salisbury, NC

September 22nd & 23rd
Bethlehem Church 
3100 Bethlehem Church Street, Gastonia, NC
*NO LAB SUPPORT -
NO PARTIAL DENTURE CONSTRUCTION*

October 27th & 28th
The Epiphany School of Global Studies
2301 Trent Road, New Bern, NC

Lab will be present at all clinic locations unless noted under the listed clinic date.

*Services that Lab Techs are able to perform are Denture Repair or Create/Repair Partials* Partials are replacing front teeth only.  We are not offering complete dentures at this time.

If you have an urgent need that can’t wait until NCMOM is in your area, please visit THIS LINK to contact a Safety Net clinic in your county.

**Online Registration is highly preferred. Please register using the provided links above if possible. If online registration is not an option, forms may be printed and faxed using the links below.


To download and print Medical Professional form CLICK HERE

To download and print Dental Professional form CLICK HERE
To download and print Community Volunteer form CLICK HERE
To download and print Pre-Dental Student form CLICK HERE

To view the NC MOM services offered click here.
​Patient frequently asked questions click here.
Volunteer frequently asked questions ​are listed below.

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NC Missions Of Mercy

MOM

The North Carolina Missions of Mercy (NCMOM) portable free dental program is an outreach program of the North Carolina Dental Society. Only one major service is usually performed on each patient. We will do multiple extractions or fillings at one time. However, you will not receive both of these services at one time. Our philosophy is to provide services to as many people as possible rather than to provide many services to fewer people.

 
 

Volunteering

Volunteering at a Missions of Mercy project provides a sense of commitment and service with ourselves, our communities and our state. It is a soul satisfying experience because it comes from the goodness of your own heart, with no expectation of receiving anything in return. Join us in this mission by filling out the applicable form below.

Our volunteers include dentists, dental hygienists, dental assistants, laboratory technicians and scores of professional and general volunteers from across the state. Additionally, the program enjoys a good relationship with the UNC School of Dentistry and ECU School of Dental Medicine through their student volunteer organizations. Dental students participate as volunteer providers during each clinic and are an important part of the overall program. 

NC MOM Volunteer Frequently Asked Questions

  • I am not a dentist. Can I still participate?
  • Can I bring my own equipment?
  • What do I need to bring?
  • Can my assistant be assigned to assist me during the event?
  • Will snacks or lunch be provided?
  • What if I haven't received a confirmation email, should I still plan on coming?
  • When should I arrive?
  • How long are the shifts?
  • Can I work a partial shift?
  • What should I wear?
  • What are the standards for Personal Protection Equipment?
  • Do I get continuing education credits for volunteering?
  • My organization would like to become an NCMOM donor or sponsor. How do we do that?

Online Donations 

NCMOM depends on volunteers, with funding from grants and donations. Please help us address the crisis facing our state's under-served. 

If you would like to designate your donation to a specific clinic please specify this by adding a note to recipient. Thank you.

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