Interfaith Dental Clinic Changing our community, one smile at a time.
 

Our Mission

The mission of the Interfaith Dental Clinic is to restore, protect, and improve the oral health of uninsured, low-income, working people, their children and the elderly in Middle Tennessee through access to affordable quality dental care, oral disease prevention services, and
oral health education.

Our Vision

Interfaith Dental Clinic's vision is that every individual has the opportunity to achieve and sustain a healthy smile.

A Smile Changes Everything

 

 

 

LIST OF PARTICIPATING DENTISTS

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Nitrous Oxide Administering & Monitoring Certification Course for Registered Dental Assistants

 

Where: Interfaith Dental Clinic, 1721 Patterson Street, Nashville, TN 37203

When: Friday, November 14th from 8:00am-2:00pm

Registration begins at 7:30am

Registration form and additional information can be found here.

 

Nitrous Oxide Administering & Monitoring Certification Course for Registered Dental Hygienists

 

Where: Interfaith Dental Clinic, 1721 Patterson Street, Nashville, TN 37203

When: Friday, November 14th from 8:00am-4:00pm (registration begins at 7:30am) AND Saturday, November 15th from 8:30am-2:30pm

Registration form and additional information can be found here.

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Golf 2014

Thank you for supporting our 2nd Annual Golf Tournament!

 

 

 

Success Stories

"I would never want to go anywhere else!"

  When Interfaith Dental clinic patient Johnnie Hays, age 87, entered our Comprehensive Care program, he had not received regular dental care since his years in the Army during World War II.  He had been fortunate enough not to experience any major pain issues until last year when a tooth began to really bother him.  He told his daughter, Tianna, of his discomfort and she asked to take a look in his mouth.  Knowing her...

"I wish I was able to pay these people what I feel they deserve."

Volunteers impact the lives of their patients daily at  Interfaith, and for Susan, Interfaith Volunteer Dr. Dan Burchfield helped bring back the smile she had been missing. Susan’s life drastically changed after her husband’s death a few years ago; she lost her medical and dental insurance and with little financial means she discontinued regular care. Susan unexpectedly found herself in agony over a sore area on her tongue, she knew she...

"Through Interfaith there has not been one aspect of my life that hasn't...

Before Jeremy came to Interfaith people who met him mistook him for a drug user by the looks of his smile. "Nothing could have been further from the truth, but you can imagine how it hurt my feelings...At the time, my mouth was in terrible shape.  I was a smoker and had an extreme  Mountain Dew habit.  I was working 12 to 14 hours days in aerospace engineering and I would drink a 12 pack of Mountain Dew a day.  Most of my...

"I am not going to be embarrassed today!"

 When Nickye moved to Mt. Juliet several years ago, she got a job working at Cracker Barrel.“I loved my job, but I had to get up every morning and say ‘I am not going to be embarrassed today.’  I would always wonder, ‘what are my customers going to think of me?’  Most of my customers were actually really nice.”“I knew I needed to do something about my teeth.  I had lost my dental insurance when I got...

"After I was accepted into the program, everything in my life changed."

Jimmy is a medically retired US Navy officer and in graduate school at TSU.  He came to Interfaith Dental Clinic as a referral from Veterans Affairs. His front tooth was loose, infected, and causing lots of pain. Jimmy’s tooth was just part of the problem.  On his initial visit he weighed 486 pounds and his blood pressure was alarmingly high.  He was advised by our staff to seek medical attention, immediately.  At the ER...

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