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Dental Program

Department of Health Jackson County

What Services are Available?
     Preventive Dental Care
     Emergency Dental Treatment
     Routine Dental Services


NEW HOURS!  For your convenience.

     The Dental Clinic is open from
     7:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., Monday through Friday

     Florida Department of Health Jackson County
     Dental Clinic
     4979 Healthy Way
     Marianna, FL 32446

How do I get an appointment?
     Call (850) 526-2412 x129

You must bring the following to your child’s appointment:
● your child’s Social Security Card and Medicaid Card;
● your Driver’s License or other form of photo ID.
● If you are not the parent, you will need to bring proof Guardianship or custody.

Broken Appointment Policy:
When appointments are made they are for your convenience and we expect them to be kept. If you fail to keep an appointment or show up late, you are depriving someone else of this time. It is your responsibility to keep track of your child’s appointment. If you are unable to keep an appointment, please notify us at least 24 hours in advance. Failure to do so may result in suspension or dismissal from the dental program.


Smiles on Wheels 

Smiles on Wheels logoMobile Dental Program

Florida Department of Health Jackson County Dental Program provides a school based dental care program, Smiles On Wheels.

The mobile dental unit visits elementary schools in Jackson and Holmes Counties providing services to Pre-K through 5th Grade students at no cost to parents who wish to register their children. The services provided to these students are dental examinations at least once a year, dental cleanings, fluoride treatments, oral hygiene instructions, and sealants as needed. Patients needing fillings or extractions will be referred to the dental clinic at the Health Department. The mobile unit is staffed by a licensed dentist and two dental hygienists.

The mobile dental staff partners with our WIC Program during the summer months and school holidays to teach new parents how to properly take care of their children’s teeth and the staff provides dental assessments and fluoride treatments to the small children. The staff can also be found at Health Fairs and community events, teaching good oral hygiene practices.

For more information please call (850) 526-2412 x132.

Smiles on Wheels Dental Bus