The Dental Health Program works to promote, protect and assure the dental health of the citizens of Randolph County. Our staff works to accomplish this through dental education, prevention and dental treatment Programs.
Clinical treatment, education and follow-up for children in need.
Students from selected grades in Randolph County Schools and Asheboro City Schools receive an oral health screening each year. Those without
a dentist can receive care from the health department.
Our dental health staff visit all the Randolph County and Asheboro City Schools for dental screening and education of all students in kindergarten. When a dental need is determined, dental health staff notify parents by a letter in a sealed envelope that is sent home with the student. Dental health staff work with School Nurses to follow-up on those students referred for dental care. The goal is for all children with a dental need to receive care and find a dental home.
During the screenings, students receive educational information relating to dental health, such as oral hygiene, diet, and regular visits to the dentist. Dental Health staff also present educational programs to classrooms at other times.
To be eligible for the Health Department's dental clinic, clients must be:
Payment options include:
Cash, check, Visa, MasterCard, Medicaid, and Health Choice
Ways To Apply for Medicaid and/or Health Choice:
1. Apply online at ePass
2. Apply in person at the Department of Social Services
3. Download, print, fill-out, and mail a paper application to:
Randolph County Department of Social Services
P.O. Box 3239
Asheboro, NC 27204
Q. Who is eligible for dental clinic services?
A. The dental clinic serves children one year of age through high school who are residents of Randolph County and meet financial eligibility. Adults who have a dental emergency, such as dental pain or swelling, and who are financially eligible may be seen for treatment of the emergency only.
Q. What dental services are provided?
A. The following dental services are provided by our clinic: teeth cleaning, x-rays, sealants, fillings, crowns, extractions and education on how to maintain good dental health by brushing, flossing and diet.
Q. How do I qualify for an appointment?
A. Clients must be one year of age through high school, be a resident of Randolph County, and have Medicaid or NC Health Choice. Those without insurance pay on a sliding fee scale based on family size and income.
Q. How do I schedule an appointment?
A. To schedule an appointment, call 336-318-6220.
Q. How do I schedule a dental education presentation, health fair, etc.?
A. To request a dental presentation or participation in health fairs contact 336-318-6220.