Dental Care

Dental Care: 215-5110

Knox County Health Dept.
140 Dameron Avenue, 37917
Pulls teeth for those who meet low-income guidelines. Apply through Health Department Social Services (215-5400); bring photo ID and proof of address and income (past four to five weeks); if on TennCare or Medicare, bring insurance card. Mon.- Fri., 8 a.m.- 4:30 p.m.  |  Website »

Dental Clinic at VMC: 934-1746

Ministry outreach of Volunteer Ministry Center
511 N. Broadway, 37917
Offers limited dental services, including dentures. Clients must be homeless or verify low-income. Open Mon. & Fri., 8 a.m.-12 p.m. No appointment necessary, but call ahead for eligibility guidelines and availability of services.  |  Website »

Gift of Sight, Hearing & Dentures (CAC): 546-6262

Office on Aging
611 Winona Street, 37917
For Knox County residents who cannot afford them, program provides low-cost denture exams and dentures for seniors age 60+, and low-cost eye and hearing exams, eyeglasses, and hearing aids for people age 50+. Services are provided at no initial charge; participants repay over time based on ability to pay. Dentures and related exam only; no extractions, routine dental maintenance, or restorative work.  |  Website »

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2247 Western Avenue
P.O. Box 51650
Knoxville, TN 37950
The Office on Aging is a service of the Knoxville-Knox County Action Committee