Dental Services at CHC

Bright Smiles Start Here

Caring Health Center is dedicated to providing our patients with the most effective dental care possible. Our goal is to work within the community to promote and provide excellence in dental hygiene, to offer comfortable dental treatments and solutions using the latest technology in a CARING environment.

We want good dental health for all of our patients and healthy smiles! CHC’s Dental Department strives to provide comprehensive dental treatment to adults and children in a friendly and professional environment.

Our services include:

  • Oral Exams & Assessments
  • X-rays
  • Sealants to Protect from Cavities
  • Crowns
  • Hygiene Treatment Plans for Cleaning and Gum Disease
  • Complete and Partial Dentures
  • Root Canal Treatment Oral Surgery
  • Care Coordination & Specialists Referrals

COVID-19 UPDATE: Don’t delay treatment, we have numerous protocols and safety measures in place to keep you safe! We have resumed all dental care appointments: Exams, cleaning, routine adult dental treatment, children’s dental care, oral and maxillofacial surgery for adults but we must limit the number of patients scheduled, due COVID-19 guidelines.

Please call 413-304-4606 to schedule an appointment for yourself or your child.

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Appointments are available for both children and adults. Our office hours are currently Monday through Friday, 8:30am – 5:00pm and Saturdays 9:00 am – 1:00 pm.
Our phone number is (413) 304-4606. We are open to patients of all ages, regardless of dental insurance status. If you are eligible for dental insurance, we can help you apply! If you are not eligible for dental insurance, we have a sliding fee scale based on your household income. If you need help to get more information on our programs to help with these services please ask. We will help you find the right program for you and for the health of your teeth.

Urgent or Emergency Care for Adults and Children

We recognize that dental emergencies do arise. On any day that a dentist is on duty, we will provide an evaluation to any patient that presents to the clinic with pain to make a determination of whether the condition is an emergency or if a scheduled appointment is in order.

To be seen at the center, you must have one or more of these conditions: Severe toothache pain (not just a twinge)

  • Swelling of your gums, face or neck
  • Bleeding in your mouth that does not stop
  • Infection or a substantial risk of it
  • Trauma (such as a broken tooth)

In a life threatening medical emergency, patients should call 911.