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+.

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


  • 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

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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

Dental Aid Partner Agencies

Dental Aid is a member of Boulder County Human Services Alliance, a group whose goal is to educate and influence the public and policy makers on matters that impact the availability and delivery of human services such as dental care, healthcare, legal services, food and housing for low income families in our area.

Need additional support for yourself and/or family? Check out some of our fellow Boulder County Human Services members below.


Sister Carmen Community Center provides resources for individuals and families in need of food, clothing, heat and housing assistance. Learn more.

OUR Center provides services in hospitality care, personal development and family assistance so that those in need in the greater Longmont area can find the support they need. Learn more.

Women’s Health (Boulder Valley Women’s Health Center) provides reproductive and sexual health care, including family planning and gynecological services, to adults and teens of all genders at clinic locations in Boulder and Longmont. Learn more.

EFAA helps those in Boulder & Broomfield counties whose immediate needs for food, shelter and other basic necessities cannot be adequately met by other means, and supports their efforts toward financial stability or self-sufficiency. Learn more.

Clinica Family Health Services provides a full spectrum of medical services, behavioral health care, dental care, full-service pharmacies and more. Learn more.


Starting on Tuesday, March 17, and continuing until further notice, we must implement new restrictions on patient care. This is based on recommendations from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention about the coronavirus outbreak.

If you have an appointment at Dental Aid for routine dental treatment (such as a check-up or a cleaning, or a filling), the appointment will be cancelled and we will work with you to reschedule it.  We are now restricting treatment to urgent or emergency care for patients of record and delivery of work that has been completed at a lab such as dentures and crowns.

Please check this website or call the clinics for updates as conditions regarding the coronavirus outbreak change.

Jose R. Mena DMD
Dental Director

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