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It feel so hurt and frustrated when my husband's rotten teeth cause him pain so bad he cries. Recently married, my husband and I need financial or service help for our teeth. My husband's tooth decay has created a near-calamity situation for at least 4 of his molars, and two of his front teeth...and he's only 27. Unfortunately, bad teeth run in his family, and years of fluoride-free well water and no health insurance have greatly increased the problem. He nearly died when one abcess tooth dumped a boatload of toxins into his bloodstream, causing him to turn yellow. We are both students, pursuing degrees, working PT, with no health insurance. Our dreams would come true if you or someone you know could help us in any way.

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tigerlily1973

Here's a couple of clinics I found online that say they perform dental services.  They are supposed to be free:

Mercy Clinic Downtown

 424 Decatur Street


Atlanta, GA, 30312

404-880-3600

 

Dental Care Services, Enabling Services, Mental Health/Substance Abuse Services, Obstetrical and Gynecological Care, Other Professional Services, Primary Medical Care, Specialty Medical Care

 

 West End Medical Center

868 York Avenue, SW
Atlanta, GA, 30318

404-752-1400

Dental Care Services, Enabling Services, Obstetrical and Gynecological Care, Other Professional Services, Primary Medical Care, Specialty Medical Care

 

Here's the website where I found these two clinics...

http://freemedicalcamps.com/vcity.php?stateid=GA

They have a bunch more so maybe you could find one located closer to you.

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Anonymous

try medicaid - if you are eligible they will cover the dental care you need...

here is another page that can give more information on healthcare assistance in your area...

here is a listing of all dental providers in your area - contact them and see if they provide work on a sliding scale.... 

also check with georgia partnership - they assist low income individuals with dental care 

also check with local colleges for dental clinics on campus - they may be able to help as well...

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