Dental Clinic's Mission
Prevent and treat oral disease or injury that may interfere with your military duties.
Early diagnosis of oral disease is cost effective, saves time, and improves combat readiness.
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Training is held on Thursdays from 1430-1630. Contact the Emergency Room for any Dental Emergencies
1.) A failed appointment is defined as missing, canceling (with less than 24 hour notice), or arriving late for a scheduled dental appointment.
2.) Failed appointments waste valuable professional services, delay your treatment, and deprive others of care. If you need to cancel your appointment a 24-hour notice is requested in order for us to efficiently use our patient appointment slots.
3.) If you fail an appointment, your immediate chain of command will be contacted.
4.) However, the Dental Department realizes that unexpected emergencies occur.
Class 1 - Patient with current examination, who do not require dental treatment or reevaluation. Patients are deployable.
Class 2 - Patients with current examination, who require non-urgent dental treatment or reevaluation for oral conditions, which are unlikely to result in dental emergencies within 12 month.
Class 3 - Patients who require urgent or emergent dental care. Patients are normally considered non-deployable.
Class 4 - Patient has no current examination. Patient is considered non-deployable.
Requirements for Specialty Appointment
Patient must have a evaluation or referral from a General Dentist.
Children under 10 are not allowed to be left unsupervised during your appointment. Please plan to have childcare during your visit to the clinic. They must be accompanied at all times by a guardian while in the clinic waiting area. This is in accordance with COMNAVACTSINST 1754.3A.
All patients under 12 years old can get appointments with the Pediatric Dentist.
First Priority - Active Duty Members.
Second Priority - Active Duty Dependents. (Command Sponsored)
Third Priority - Retired Service Members. (Space Available)
Fourth Priority - Civilian.