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The Dental Clinic provides comprehensive dental care for eligible active duty military personnel only.
Does the dental clinic see dependants for care?
The dental clinic will address emergency needs; however subsequent definitive care following the initial emergency visit will need to be obtained from a civilian dentist. Family member dependants should strive to establish a relationship with a dentist of their choosing upon arrival at Edwards AFB. It is recommended you discuss in advance with a dentist how to access care at the civilian dentist's office in the event of a dental emergency.
What should I do if my tooth or that of my child's is knocked out?
Try to locate the tooth, preserve it in milk, and report to the dental clinic for urgent care within 1 hour. In the case of children, age and level of cooperation of the child may necessitate the child be referred for evaluation and treatment by a civilian pediatric dentist where dental facilities are equipped to see children.
What do I do if I or my child falls and breaks a tooth and/or experiences minor cuts to the lip or tongue?
Report to the dental clinic for an evaluation. Again, age and level of cooperation of the child may necessitate the child be referred for evaluation and treatment by a civilian pediatric dentist where dental facilities are equipped to see children.