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The Graham County Department of Public Health provides reasonable access to basic dental services for adult and children in and around Graham County. The clinic is currently accepting new patients with North Carolina Medicaid, North Carolina Health Choice or self-pay patients (this is for all citizens regardless of income).  Fees for the self-pay patients are based on the Medicaid rate.  The clinic currently does not accept private insurance.

Hours of operation:
Monday thru Thursday 8:00 am to 5:00 pm
Closed 12:00 pm to 1:00 pm for lunch

For an appointment or for further information contact:
Graham County Public Health Dental Clinic
21 South Main Street
Robbinsville, NC  28771
Phone:  828-479-7901
Fax:  828-479-7902

Primary dental care services provided:

Forms and Consents
Please download, print and complete the appropriate form(s) then bring them to the Dental Clinic for an appointment.

            Staff
Dentist:  Rory Fredereick, DDS
Email:  rory.frederick@grahamcounty.org

Hygienist:  Sonya Lewis
Email:  sonya.w.lewis@grahamcounty.org

Dental Assistant:  Kayla Spencer
Email:  Kayla.spencer@grahamcounty.org

Dental Receptionist:  Betty Jean Orr       
Email:  bettyjean.orr@grahamcounty.org

Dental Assistant/Receptionist:  Teresa Crisp       
Email:  teresa.crisp@grahamcounty.org

North Carolina Oral Health Section
The Oral Health Section (OHS) is the only statewide dental program, either public or private, that provides prevention and education services on dental health specifically for children. Prevention is the key to improved oral health. Too many citizens, and children in particular, experience preventable dental disease.


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