Washington

Donated Dental Services (DDS)

Services

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

Eligibility

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 the following counties: Benton, Clark, Kitsap, and Spokane counties. Exceptions apply to persons with developmental disabilities.
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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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Seattle/King County:Click here to download and print an application

Washington State: Click here to download and print an application

Contact

Inside Seattle/King County
Dawn Zuvich, DDS Coordinator
206.441.8777
206.492.2000 (fax)
dzuvich@DentalLifeline.org

Dental Lifeline Network • Seattle/King County
1111 Harvard Ave.
Seattle, WA 98122

Rest of Washington
Dawn Zuvich, DDS Coordinator
888.623.2780
206.492.2000 (fax)
dzuvich@DentalLifeline.org

Dental Lifeline Network • Washington State
1800 15th Street, Suite 100
Denver, CO 80202

Donated Dental Services (DDS)

221

Volunteer Dentists in Washington

81

Volunteer Laboratories in Washington

$6M

in Donated Treatment to Patients in Washington

1,063

Patients treated in Washington since 2000

Volunteers Needed

Please volunteer! We need general dentists, specialists and labs willing to donate their skills and time, and the funding to make more treatment possible. More Information

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DDS Seattle/King County Sponsors/Funders

DDS Washington State Sponsors/Funders

Seattle resident, Mari (center), age 49, had three kidney transplants, two hip replacements and 20 eye surgeries and severe dental problems. Thanks to donations from oral surgeon Patricia Kelly, DMD, and general dentist Vicki Fidler, DDS (second from right), Mari has a healthy, new smile.