NCMOM dental services are provided to adults with income less than 200% of the Federal Poverty Level Guidelines.
No. We do not require you to bring proof of income. However, you will be required to sign an income disclosure statement when you register as a patient.
No. You do not have to live in the same county and/or state where the clinic is taking place.
No. All services at an NCDSF MOM clinic are provided on a first-come, first-served basis until we have reached our capacity for the day. The number of patients we can serve depends on the number of professional volunteers present and cannot be predicted in advance of the opening of an NCDSF MOM clinic.
You should plan to arrive in the early morning hours. Some patients begin arriving around midnight. Dental examinations will begin at 6 AM. Please remember that services are provided on a first-come, first-served basis until we have reached our capacity for the day.
Food and drink for the waiting periods.
Adequate clothing to keep you comfortable while you wait.
Identification in case you need medication following your treatment.
If you are pregnant we will need a statement from your ob/gyn doctor allowing us to provide the care you need.
A severe or painful infection (abscess) will affect our ability to provide care to you. If you think you have an infection, see a dentist or your primary care provider. If you cannot reach a dentist, go to a hospital's emergency department, especially if you feel sick.
Follow the instructions of your doctor and tell the dentist who examines you about the pre-medication.Pre-medication will not keep you from receiving care.
Yes, in some cases. Please contact Prissy Allen at (919) 234-4027 for complete details.