New York

Donated Dental Services (DDS)


• DDS volunteers provide comprehensive treatment to eligible patients
• Volunteers do not provide emergency services


Applicants must lack adequate income to pay for dental care and:

• Have a permanent disability, or
• Are elderly: age 65 or older, or
• Qualify as medically fragile

Due to lengthy wait lists, applications are ONLY being accepted in the following counties: Delaware, Dutchess, Fulton, Genesee, Livingston, Niagara, Oneida, Oswego, Otsego, Putnam, Rensselaer, Rockland, Steuben, Ulster, Warren, Wayne, Westchester, and Wyoming.

If you have documentation from a physician stating that you cannot receive essential medical treatment due to your dental condition you can apply for the program even if your county is closed.

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If you are a veteran who meets the qualifications above, please apply to the program by clicking the button below. Even if your county is closed, you may still apply.


Click here to download and print an application


Madeline Lebron, DDS Coordinator
866.408.1323 (fax)

Dental Lifeline Network • New York
P.O. Box 106
Harriman, NY 10926

All applications must be submitted through a DDS Coordinator

Donated Dental Services (DDS)


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in Donated Treatment to Patients in New York


Patients treated in New York since 2007

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Leadership Council

  • Edward Miller Jr., DMD
  • Laura Clark
  • Steve Damelio, DDS
  • Kay T. Oen, DDS
  • Janice K. Pliszczak, DDS
  • Don Safferstein, DDS
  • David Shipper, DDS
  • Carl Tegtmeier, DDS
  • Robert M. Trager, DDS
  • Nicholas Tucci, DDS
  • Bobby Vijay, DDS

My mom was missing two front teeth and she didn’t like her appearance. She is happy with the work Dr. Convissar did and she can smile widely now.

–Migdalia, daughter of Antonia (left), a New York DDS patient