Our Services

Salt Lake Donated Dental Services provides quality, comprehensive dental care to low-income and homeless individuals at our two locations in Salt Lake County (1383 South 900 West, Suite 128, Salt Lake City, Utah 84104) and Davis County (550 East 300 South, Kaysville, UT 84037).  Our dental professionals provide patients with treatment options comparable to what they would expect from a private office.  SLDDS treats all patients regardless of ability to pay. Donated and discounted services are available depending upon family size and income.  Printed proof of income eligibility such as most recent pay stubs or Social Security statement is required prior to scheduling.

These services include:

Oral surgery services

Preventative and periodontal maintenance

Restorative care (fillings, crowns and bridges)

Extensive denture and partial program

Pediatric care including sedation


Salt Lake Donated Dental Services (SLDDS) partners with volunteer dental professionals from the community who provide quality comprehensive dental care for individuals at or below 100% of the Federal Poverty Level.

Children in pain and noticeably swollen individuals are given priority. Specialty treatments such as oral hygiene, surgical extractions, root canals, prosthetics, pediatric services, and pediatric sedation are scheduled according to when a specialist is available.

To schedule an appointment, call patient information line: 801-972-2747.

Calendar – Salt Lake Donated Dental Services

Eligibility requirements

Salt Lake Donated Dental Services provides quality, comprehensive dental care to low-income and homeless individuals.  Our dental professionals provide patients with treatment options comparable to what they would expect from a private office. SLDDS treats all patients regardless of ability to pay. To access dental care, follow instructions below:

  • You MUST EMAIL YOUR INCOME VERIFICATION to Accepted documents include: homeless shelter bed card, employee paycheck stubs, social security statement, Department of Workforce Services benefit statement for those eligible for Food Stamps, etc. PRINTED PROOF OF INCOME IS REQUIRED AT EACH VISIT.
  • Patients will be scheduled in the order their income eligibility is confirmed.

Open Access to Donated Dental Services:

Salt Lake Donated Dental Services suspended our Open Access model. All Donated Dental Program appointments must be scheduled by calling 801-972-2747. No walks-ins accepted at this time.


For those individuals at or below 200% of the Federal Poverty Level who do not qualify for the Donated Program, SLDDS offers services at a significantly reduced rate.  Eligible patients schedule necessary appointments and pay a discounted price at the time of service.  Treatment prices are given and explained to patients prior to their appointment. Children in pain and noticeably swollen individuals are given priority.

To ensure SLDDS addresses preventive services as well as emergency treatment, SLDDS has established a protocol for all patient visits, depending on the availability of volunteer dentists and hygienists:

Address the pain.

New patient comprehensive exam and panoramic and 4 bite-wing x-rays.

Dental hygiene appointment for periodontal evaluation and cleaning.

Treatment begins in order of importance.

For more information call discounted services line: 801-972-2747


Davis Donated Dental Services (DDDS), a program of Salt Lake Donated Dental Services, is a dental program offered to residents of Davis County in partnership with Davis Technical College, Weber State University and local dentists and hygienists who volunteer their time. Eligibility for DDDS is based on income and residency in Davis County. To qualify for DDDS dental care individuals must:

  • Be a resident of Davis County, Utah. One proof of residency is required.
    • Current drivers license
    • Current rent or lease agreement
    • Current mail from a federal or state agency
  • Have a gross household income at or below 150% of the Federal Poverty Level.

To apply for DDDS services, referring agencies or applicants need to send an email or text including contact information, proof of residency and proof of income to  Upon receipt of this information, the DDDS Patient Care Coordinator will contact each applicant regarding the status of their application, advise them of the next step towards getting a first appointment and give the patient the contact phone number for DDDS (385.246.9215).

Initial Appointment

  • Upon arrival for the initial appointment the following documents need to be completed and signed:
    • Davis Donated Dental Services Patient Information Sheet including:
      • Personal/Contact Information
      • Medical /Dental History
      • Informed Consent
    • Self-Certification of Annual Income by Beneficiary
  • At the initial appointment x-rays will be taken, and a dentist will give an examination and develop a treatment plan for the patient. If possible, the patient’s teeth will also be cleaned.
  • At the end of the initial appointment, if follow-up treatment is needed that appointment will be made if possible. If a follow-up appointment cannot be made, the DDDS Patient Care Coordinator will contact the patient when an appointment is available.


Follow-up Appointments

  • It is very important that the DDDS Patient Care Coordinator can contact DDDS patients to make arrangements for follow-up appointments.
  • Patients need to be sure to answer text messages, phone calls or emails so appointments can be made in a timely manner.
  • Follow-up treatment may be at the dental office at Davis Technical College and/or at a local dentist/dental specialist office to whom the patient is being referred. The DDDS Patient Care Coordinator facilitates all referrals (endodontist, oral surgeon, etc.).


General Information

  • It is very important that patients show up for each DDDS appointment. Patients need to notify the DDDS Patient Care Coordinator if they are unable to make their scheduled appointment as soon as possible but no later than 2 business days prior to their appointment unless there is an emergency.  Failure to do this will result in no longer being treated at the DDDS office.
  • DDDS does not provide emergency dental services. If emergency services are needed by a patient, DDDS will try to arrange for care but cannot guarantee that it will be possible.
  • DDDS does not provide dentures, implants and orthodontic services.
  • All dentists and hygienists at DDDS are volunteers and should be treated with the utmost respect.
  • There is no charge for DDDS dental care.
  • Patients will be scheduled in the order that required documentation is received.
  • Patients will be asked to update their documentation on an annual basis or when changes are made to required documentation.
  • Specific procedure-related patient consent forms will need to be signed as treatment takes place.
  • Once treatment is complete, patients will be given a resource guide to community dental services. Return to DDDS for care would require eligibility re-verification.
  • If treatment is outside of the scope of DDDS available services, a referral will be made to an alternate source of dental care.
  • DDDS is a part-time dental clinic and does not take walk-in patients.


Online Resources

Utah Medicaid

2-1-1 Utah


Safety Net Dental Clinics in Salt Lake County

Community Health Center – Stephen D. Ratcliffe Clinic
1365 West 1000 North, Salt Lake City
Phone: (801) 328-5756

Community Health Center – Oquirrh View Clinic
4745 South 3200 West, Taylorsville
Phone: (801) 964-6214

Community Health Center – Neighborhood Clinic
1388 Navajo Street, Unit C, Salt Lake City
Phone: (801) 955-2360

Family Dental Plan – Salt Lake City
168 North 1950 West #202, Salt Lake City
Phone: (801) 715-3400

Midvale Community Building Community
49 West Center Street, Midvale
Phone: (385) 887-9002

Sacred Circle Healthcare
660 South 200 East, Ste. 250, Salt Lake City
Phone: (801) 359-2256

Utah Partners for Health – Mid-Valley Health Clinic
7651 South Main Street, Midvale
Phone: (801) 417-0131




Salt Lake Community College Dental Hygiene Program
3400 West 9000 South, West Jordan
Phone: (801) 957-2710



Safety Net Dental Clinics Outside of Salt Lake County:

Central Western Utah:
Wayne Community Health Center
128 South 300 West, Bicknell
Phone: (435) 425-3744

Davis County:
Midtown Community Health Center
22 South State Street, Clearfield
Phone: (801) 393-5355

Pantry Smiles – Bountiful Food Pantry
480 East 150 North, Bountiful
Phone: (801) 299-8464

Northeastern Utah:
Tri-County Health Department
Mountainlands Community Health Dental Clinic
133 South 500 East, Vernal
Phone: (435) 247-1196

Northern Utah:
Bear River Health Department
655 East 1300 North, Logan
Phone: (435) 792-6500

Bear Lake Community Health Clinic
325 West Logan Hwy, Garden City
Phone: (435) 946-3660

Brigham City Community Health Center
980 South Medical Drive #1, Brigham City
Phone: (435) 723-8276

Cache Valley Community Health Center
1515 North 400 East #104, North Logan
Phone: (435) 755-6061

Midtown Community Health Clinic
550 East 1400 North, Ste. Y, Logan
Phone: (435) 752-7060

Southeastern Utah:
Montezuma Creek Community Health Clinic
East Highway 262, Montezuma Creek
Phone: (435) 651-3291

Monument Valley Health Center
30 West Medical Drive, Monument Valley
Phone: (435) 727-3004

Green River Medical Center
585 West Main Street, Green River
Phone: (435) 564-3434

Blanding Family Dental Clinic
401 South Main Street, Blanding
Phone: (435) 678-2815

Monticello Family Dental Clinic
217 South 100 West, Monticello
Phone: (435) 587-3538

Southwestern Utah:
Dixie State University Dental Hygiene Program
1526 Medical Center Drive, St. George
Phone: (435) 879-4900

The Doctors Volunteer Clinic of St. George
1036 East Riverside Drive, St. George
Phone: (435) 656-0022

Family Healthcare
25 North 100 East #102, St. George
Phone: (435) 359-2165

Tooele County:
Healthy Smiles Clinic
151 North Main Street, Tooele
Phone: (435) 277-2430

Utah County:
Community Health Connect
591 South State Street, Provo
Phone: (801) 818-3015

Mountain Ridge Dental
1256 South State Street, Orem
Phone: (801) 224-7182

Mountainlands Community Health Center
589 South State Street, Provo
Phone: (801) 855-0113

Utah Valley University Dental Hygiene Program
987 South Geneva Road #141, Orem
Phone: (801) 863-7608

Utah College of Dental Hygiene
1176 South 1480 West, Orem
Phone: (801) 426-8234

Wasatch County:
Wasatch Family Dental Clinic
55 South 500 East, Heber City
Phone: (435) 654-2700

Weber and Morgan Counties:
Weber State University Dental Hygiene Clinic
3921 University Circle, Ogden
Phone: (801) 626-6131

Family Dental Plan
950 East 25th Street, Ste. A, Ogden
Phone: (801) 395-7090

Midtown Community Health Center
2240 Adams Avenue, Ogden
Phone: (801) 393-5355

Ogden Rescue Mission Dental Clinic
2775 Wall Avenue, Ogden
Phone: (801) 621-4360

Dr. Marc Collman – McKay Dee Hospital
4401 Harrison Blvd, Ogden
Phone: (801) 782-9455