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NC Missions of Mercy (NCMOM) is a portable free dental program that operates two-day clinics throughout North Carolina.

We can provide an 80-chair full dental clinic, including digital x-ray, sterilization, and all instrumentation and supplies, and can serve 300 to 3,000 patients, depending on the number of chairs set up. We need you. These clinics are staffed by volunteer dentists, dental hygienists, dental assistants, laboratory technicians and scores of health professionals and general volunteers from across the state.

We try to see as many people as possible, but the demand is overwhelming. Currently, our dentists can only provide one major procedure, such as extractions or fillings, per client. NCMOM has provided services to more than 55,000 North Carolinians since 2003. We wish we could do more. We can, with your help.

The next NC MOM clinic is in Fayetteville at the Crown Center on August 3 & 4.  
Volunteers will be needed for set-up on August 2 and in the clinic for patient treatment on August 3 & 4.
Online volunteer registration will open for the next clinic in August 2018 approximately June 15.  

We need volunteers!


We need dentists, hygienists, assistants, laboratory technician and community volunteers. Please click the following links to see how you can best serve your community.  

Online volunteer registration will open for the next clinic in August 2018 approximately June 15. 


Volunteer FAQ

  • 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?