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Dental Appointments

To avoid in-processing scheduling conflicts, no routine dental appointments will be scheduled while soldiers are in-processing at Ft. Richardson.

Orthodontic Services

Not available at Ft. Richardson.  For further information on this subject ask your dentist or hygienist.

Dental Appointments

May be scheduled in person or by phone - may we suggest you stop by the clinic prior to your appointment time to obtain an appointment slip for appointments made over the telephone - 384-2483


Must be made  in advance.  Failure to cancel or reschedule with proper notice results in a failed appointment.

Failed Appointment Policy

Failed dental appointments cause a waste of valuable professional time and deprive you and others of  dental treatment.

An appointment is considered failed if you have not reported to the clinic by your appointed time.  Cancellations should be made at least twenty four hours in advance.

Failed appointment procedures:  You will be counseled after the first failed appointment.  A subsequent failed appointment will be reported to your chain of command requesting written assurance that you will comply with future appointments.  A third failed appointment will required that all future appointments be made by your supervisor.

This policy is not made to create a hardship on patients, but is intended to eliminate wasted professional time and provide services for those desiring treatment.