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Mobile Program

The Delta Dental Mobile Program provides oral health services to underserved children. The program includes two trucks that serve as mobile clinics to provide preventive, diagnostic and restorative care to kids across the state, and dental hygienists and community health workers based on the state's Native American reservations.

Delta Dental manages, operates and staffs the mobile trucks, and works with local community site partners to identify children most in need of care who can least afford it. Local community sponsors also contribute a modest stipend for the visit. No patient will be denied services due to inability to pay.

The two trucks have visited 82 communities and provided more than $21 million in dental care to 40,000 patients since the program began. Both trucks travel across the state an average of 40 weeks every year. Around 3,000 total kids are served each year on the trucks.

Dental hygienists and community health workers based on South Dakota's Native American reservations have focused on preventive care through education, cleanings, sealants, and fluoride treatments, reaching another 4,000 children each year.

For more information about the Mobile Program or having a truck visit your community (being a local site partner), contact

Vickie Samuelson
Mobile Program Logistics Coordinator
605-494-2565 or 800-627-3961

Zach Parsons
Mobile Program Services Manager
605-494-2558 or 800-627-3961

Detailed information about being a local site partner and hosting a truck visit is available at our Site Partner Information page .

Important forms for patients and their parents/guardians are available on our Patient Information Page

See the schedule of upcoming truck clinic locations at the Mobile Trucks schedule (.pdf)




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