We now offer teledentistry video visits.


Welcome to Dental Aid!

We provide affordable, quality, comprehensive dental care for low-income children, youth, adults and older adults in Boulder and Broomfield counties.

Founded in 1974, Dental Aid was the first nonprofit, comprehensive dental clinic in the United States. Forty years later, Dental Aid is providing affordable, high-quality, comprehensive dental care to more than 8,000 children and adults a year. Here at Dental Aid, we believe everyone deserves to have healthy teeth and gums. Financial status should not limit anyone from receiving high quality oral health care. In addition, we believe that through education and early intervention we can lower oral disease, reduce the cost of health care and make a lasting impact on the lives of current and future generations.

Dental Aid accepts Medicaid and CHP+.

Learn about Health First Colorado – Colorado’s Medicaid Program

As part of our mission, Dental Aid provides comprehensive, reduced-fee oral health care for about half of the usual and customary fees charged by private dentists in our area. See our Payment Options page for more details.


  • Pediatric and family dentists
  • Comprehensive cleanings and exams
  • Fluoride treatment
  • Fillings
  • Services available in Spanish
  • Teledentistry


  • Crowns
  • Bridges
  • Dentures
  • Root canals
  • Veneers
  • Relief of pain and infection


Specialty Dentistry

  • Emergency care
  • Extractions
  • Oral Surgery with I.V. Sedation – children & adults

Locations & Hours



Boulder Clinic

4155 Darley Ave.
Boulder, CO
P: 303.499.7072
Click to Call Us
Hours: 8AM-5PM

Louisville Clinic
and Administrative Office

877 East South Boulder Rd.
Louisville, CO
P: 303.665.8228
Click to Call Us
Hours: 8AM-5PM

Longmont Clinic

1715 Princess Dr.
Longmont, CO
P: 303.682.2619
Click to Call Us
Hours: 8AM-5PM

Patient Reviews

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Your Dental Aid Team


Dr. Carly Schrade – General Dentist, Louisville clinic


Dr. Robert Edwards – Orthodontist, Louisville clinic


Dr. Brad Hagen – General Dentist, Louisville and Longmont clinics

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Dr. Robert Skoretz – Surgical Treatments, Louisville and Boulder clinics

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Dr. Talbot Fucci – General Dentist, Louisville clinic

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Dr. Jose Mena – Dental Director and Lead Dentist, Boulder clinic

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Dr. Joy Hicks – General Dentist, Boulder & Longmont clinics

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Dr. Wayne Franz – General Dentist, Lead Dentist Longmont clinic

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Dr. Darby Barfield – Pediatric Dentist, Louisville clinic

To our valued patients, families and friends of Dental Aid:

We are very pleased to announce that in response to Colorado's movement to "Safer at Home" orders, we will be re-opening our practice to the public on Wednesday, May 13th, 2020. We have implemented new protocols designed to help you and your family with your dental health, keeping our patients, staff, and doctors safe in the process of caring for you. These guidelines have been designed with abundant caution, under the guidance of the CDC, the American Dental Association, and Colorado Dental Association.



We now offer Teledentistry Video Appointments.



When you arrive for your appointment:

A Dental Aid staff member will be waiting to greet you in the lobby to check you in for your appointment.

Pediatric patients or adult patients unable to represent their own interests should only be accompanied by ONE parent/guardian/chaperon.

Non-Pediatric patients should plan on attending their appointment alone.


For the patient and parent/guardian/chaperon, please expect the following:

Temperatures will be taken in the lobby.

Health and COVID19 survey questionnaires completed.

Face masks should be brought to the appointment and must be worn at all times except while receiving treatment. Patients under the age of 2 years old are not advised to wear a mask.


You will be asked to reschedule your appointment if:

Temperatures register at or above 100.

Health and COVID19 survey questionnaires reveal any concerns for your health and/or our practice's safety.

The patient and/or parent/guardian/chaperon is unwilling to wear a face mask.

Additional individuals present at the patient's appointment cannot wait outside of the office in a vehicle for the duration of the appointment.


Our clinics:

Operatory, equipment, all surfaces will be sanitized and cleaned in between patients and often throughout the day.

Social distancing of 6 feet or more is required for all non-direct patient care activities and movement through the offices. This is required for all patients, their chaperons, staff, and doctors.

Frequent and thorough hand washing is encouraged and will be accommodated.


Are we available to help? ABSOLUTELY!

The practice's phone lines are open during regular business hours (M-F 8:00am to 5:00pm). We have returned to normal phone support staffing and continue to do everything we can to help as many people as possible. If your call is placed on hold, you are offered an opportunity for an automatic call back or you are welcome to leave a voice mail message.

During calls outside of 8:00am to 5:00pm, your call can be directed to the on-call doctor. Please follow the directions on the answering machine to contact the on-call doctor.



Please feel free to call us at:

Boulder 303-499-7072

Longmont 303-682-2619

Louisville 303-665-8228

We will be very happy to help answer your questions/concerns.

Thank you for placing your trust in our clinics for your and your family's dental health. We especially thank you for your cooperation and understanding of the importance of following these protocols in order maintain the health and safety of everyone.


From everyone here at our practice, we wish you, your family and friends good health! We look forward to seeing you and we will get through this!

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