COVID-19 ALERT: A MESSAGE FROM YOUR DENTAL TEAM
Due to the coronavirus (COVID-19), the Dental Clinic will not be seeing any routine scheduled appointments until further notice. However, a limited staff of assistants and providers will continue to be available to ensure your critical needs are met.
The Swinomish Dental Clinic building is physically open in the mornings from Mon-Thurs from 8am-12pm, but only for urgent care patients that have been schedule and triaged by phone first.
If you are experiencing a true dental emergency, you must call. We will only triage patients over the phone, so please call before you make any efforts to come to the clinic. Staff are available during regular business hours (Mon-Wed 8am-6pm, Thurs 8am-5:30pm) to talk to you.
Please call if you have urgent care needs: (360) 466.3900
If you are experiencing health symptoms that include a cough, fever, or a sore throat, or your family members who live with you are, we will not be able see you. If these medical-related symptoms are severe, call the Swinomish Medical Clinic at (360) 466.3167.
The health goal of the Swinomish Dental Program is to raise the oral health status and wellbeing of Native American and Alaskan Native people to the highest possible level by minimizing the adverse effects of oral disease. The service goal of the dental program is to provide quality and comprehensive clinical dental services in a professional, culturally-competent, and efficient manner to meet the demands of current and future generations.
The Swinomish Dental Clinic serves as an integral part of the Swinomish Indian Tribal Community, providing services to eligible patients in the diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of oral disease. Treatment offerings include emergency care, preventative services, oral surgery (extractions), restorative procedures (fillings, crowns, bridges), root canal therapy, and prosthetics (dentures).