SmileMobile is headed to Langley

  • Friday, June 21, 2019 6:30pm
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The SmileMobile is rolling toward Whidbey Island.

The SmileMobile is a three-chair mobile dental van that travels the state offering dental services to children, youth and pregnant/postpartum women who might not otherwise have access to dental care.

It will be in Langley July 8-12. It will be parked at the South Whidbey Community Center at 723 Camano Ave

It will also be in Oak Harbor the week of June 24-28 at the Opportunity Council, which is located at 1791 NE 1st Ave., Oak Harbor.

The SmileMobile, is staffed with a clinic manager, dentist and dental assistant.

To make an appointment or ask questions, call 1-888-286-9105.

The program accepts Apple Health (Medicaid) and uninsured.

The SmileMobile is operated by the Arcora Foundation, a nonprofit organization funded by Delta Dental of Washington in partnership with Seattle Children’s Hospital.

The SmileMobile, which travels the state year-round providing services ranging from exams, preventive care to fillings and simple extractions, has examined and treated more than 45,000 families.

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