Free or Reduced-Fee Dental Services

Are you looking for a Medicaid or BadgerCare Plus dental provider?
Use the ForwardHealth search tool to find a dental provider.

Listed below are several resources for you to find free or reduced-fee dental services.

  • Donated Dental Services (DDS) is a Wisconsin Dental Association program. The program is directed to people who are unable to afford needed dental care because of a limited income which is clearly linked to a permanent disability, chronic illness or advanced age (65 and over).
  • Ronald McDonald Care Mobile™: This traveling unit provides no-cost dental services to qualifying children in south-central Wisconsin and northern Illinois.
  • The Wisconsin Dental Association has a list of low or no cost dentists in Wisconsin.
  • This page lists free or low-cost health clinics in Wisconsin reported to the Department of Health Services ForwardHealth program. The page includes maps showing the locations of federally qualified health centers, free clinics, rural health centers, and tribal health centers in Wisconsin. Some of these clinics provide dental care. Contact the clinic for more information.
  • HealthNet of Rock County, Inc., offers free dental care to eligible low-income Rock County residents with no health insurance. For information about HealthNet Dental Clinic's screening procedure, services, and location, and to enroll, call 608-756-4638. Dental clinic hours are by appointment only.
  • The Oral Health Partnership provides free dental care to children in and around Brown County aged 0-19 who have Medicaid or Badgercare Plus or who have no dental insurance but qualify for the free and reduced meal program. To learn more about the Oral Health Partnership’s services, locations, or to schedule an appointment, call 920-965-0831.
  • Marquette University School of Dentistry Dental Clinic provides dental care for about half the price of a private dentist. Participating clinics are located both in and outside of Milwaukee. You will need to schedule an initial screening appointment to determine if you are eligible for clinic services. For more information call 414-288-6790 (English) or 414-288-1520 (Spanish).
  • Marshfield Clinics offer a dental financial assistance program to help patients who have limited income and have out-of-pocket dental expenses. The dental financial assistance program is available for services provided at the dental center, and it helps with services covered by ForwardHealth (Medicaid or BadgerCare Plus). For more information about this program, please talk with Patient Financial Services staff at any Marshfield Clinic dental center.
  • The Bureau of Primary Health Care, Health Resources and Services Administration, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, lists free and reduced-fee clinics. Some of these clinics provide dental care. Contact each clinic for more information.
Last Revised: August 15, 2017