Touchette Regional Hospital - Special Needs Dentistry

UPDATED: May 23, 2022

Children with special needs often face major dental care issues. Medications and medical conditions may compromise the health of their teeth. Physical and developmental disabilities can make daily dental hygiene and regular dentist visits extremely challenging.

Treating these unique dental issues requires the skill and compassion of a pediatric dentist experienced in special needs care along with the latest dental technology. But finding such a resource in Illinois, especially one that accepts Medicaid, is nearly impossible - until now!

The Special Needs Dental Program, a collaboration between the Southern Illinois University School of Dental Medicine (SIU/SDM), SIHF Healthcare and Touchette Regional Hospital, provides an affordable dental care option for families with no place else to turn.

The Special Needs Dental Program is funded in part by a grant from the Illinois Children's Healthcare Foundation.

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5900 Bond Avenue
Centreville, IL 62207
United States



618 332 3060

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