All dental services at the Gary Burnstein Community Health Clinic are free to adults ages 18 and older who are uninsured, Michigan residents, and have income at or below 250% the Federal poverty level. To see if you qualify as a patient, click here.
Scroll down for more information on dentists who offer Medicaid programs.
Free dental services include:
All services are by appointment only.
The Victors for Veterans dental program provides uninsured veterans with completely free dental services that include cleanings, x-rays, fillings, crowns, extractions, and dentures. For more info or to make an appointment call 248.309.3752.
All dental, nursing, and medical services at the Gary Burnstein are provided by generous volunteers. As a volunteer, you will have a positive impact on improving health and welfare for those who need you the most. You can arrange your own schedule, we just need you and your skills, everything else will be provided.
Please visit our Volunteer page to fill out a quick application.
If you would like more information about the medical and pharmacy programs at the Gary Burnstein Community Health Clinic, click here.
Tri-County Dental is now a program of the Gary Burnstein Community Health Clinic.
I came to the Burnstein Clinic for my COVID-19 booster shot because I trust them, I know they care about me. I lost a member of my family so I’m trying to get everyone to come here to get their vaccination.
I lost my job before I was able to retire, and found myself without health benefits. I was amazed at how nice the Burnstein Clinic is – it’s no different than the care I got when I had insurance. It’s important for people to know the Clinic isn’t a last stop. It’s also for people like me who are temporarily without insurance.
I tried to get dentures for five years but without insurance and being on a fixed income, no one would help me. Finally in September a dentist told me about the Burnstein Clinic, and I had a healthy mouth and my new set of teeth by Christmas! I gained new respect for the planet that even in all the negative things going on in the world, someone still cared about me.
My doctor at the Burnstein Clinic wanted me to get a mammogram. I didn’t want to, but after the doctor called again, I decided to do it. They told me I had breast cancer but it was caught in time and I’m going to be okay. Thank you for your care, I love and appreciate everyone at the Burnstein Clinic!