Donated Dental Services in North Dakota

The Donated Dental Service (DDS) program, a program of the Dental Lifeline Network, provides extensive treatment, for those who cannot afford needed dental treatment and have no other way of getting help. Applicants must be disabled, chronically ill (physically or mentally) or elderly. Qualified applicants will be matched with an area participating dentist who will provide services in their office. An extended waiting period may occur for this program. For more information call (303) 534-5299 or 1-888-471-6334, or visit DDS's website at

Coordinator information:

Adam Arellano
1800 15th St, Ste 100
Denver, CO 80202
Fax: 512-829-4109

Dental Lifeline Network•North Dakota

in conjunction with the North Dakota Dental Association
Dr. Maria Meyer
, Chair

Sponsors/Funders: North Dakota Dental Association and North Dakota Department of Health

2013 annual report

Click to open a Donated Dental Services (DDS) Application on your desktop or browser using Acrobat Reader. Print this form and mail it today to apply for assistance.