Dental Services

In response to COVID-19, all non-essential dental exams and procedures are postponed until further notice. These include regular exam, cleaning, treatment for cavities that are not painful and removal of teeth that are not painful.

If you think you are having a dental emergency call 704-920-1070. Your dental team will review your symptoms and determine next steps. This may include talking with you about your symptoms on the phone, over video chat or bringing you to the clinic. You are encouraged to not go the emergency room.

Some examples of dental emergencies are:

  • Very bad toothache pain (not just a twinge)
  • Swollen gums, face, or neck
  • Bleeding in your mouth that does not stop
  • Infection or a substantial risk of it
  • Recent trauma to the mouth

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Cabarrus Health Alliance has two offices, one in Concord and one in Kannapolis in addition to a traveling mobile unit, in an effort to make affordable and high-quality dental care easily accessible throughout the community. The program offers preventive and restorative dental services, along with oral health education. Cabarrus Health Alliance takes a comprehensive approach to providing accessible and affordable dental care throughout the community.


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Kannapolis Office

Concord Office

Mobile Dental Unit

The mobile unit visits each Cabarrus County and Kannapolis City School at least once during the school year.

Appointments and Hours of Operation

7:30am - 5:00pm

For an appointment or billing questions, please call 704-920-1070.

Eligibility and Payment Options

Our dental services are available for any child or adult, regardless of residency. Cabarrus Health Alliance accepts most major private insurance policies. CHA also accept Medicaid and NC Health Choice. Both Medicaid and NC Health Choice cover dental services for children under the age of 18. CHA provides a sliding fee scale for Cabarrus County residents who do not have dental insurance This means that patients pay a rate for dental care that is based on their income. Patients must bring in proof of income (such as a pay stub), in order for our staff to determine their eligibility. Patients will pay either 40%, 60%, 80%, or the full cost of service, depending on their income level. If you are interested in learning more about your payment options and projected cost of treatment, call 704-920-1070.

Dental Forms

Consent Form - English (PDF)

Consent Form - Spanish (PDF)

Medical History-Consent for Treatment - English (PDF)

Medical History-Consent for Treatment - Spanish (PDF)

HIPPA Patient Information - English (PDF)

HIPPA Patient Information - Spanish (PDF)