To ensure the safety of our staff and clients the Dental Health Bus will be closed until May 4, 2020. We will continue providing emergency dental service to our clients during the COVID-19 outbreak. Emergency dental services will shift to the dental clinic at the Robert Thomson Building, 110 King Street West, 3rd floor. Clients are asked to call the dental clinic at 905-546-2424 ext 3789 before coming to the office.
The Dental Health Bus is for emergency dental services for Hamilton residents who have a low income and do not have dental insurance.
How to access the Dental Health Bus
Come to the location where we park the bus to see a dentist.
- No appointments are booked; we see you a first-come, first-serve basis
- Priority is given to people with emergencies
Daily bus locations
The Dental Health Bus is open:
- Monday to Friday, 8:30 am to 12 noon and 1 to 4:30 pm
- The bus is closed for all Statutory Holidays
Check the calendar or Twitter for closures before you visit the bus.
Central Memorial Recreation Centre
93 West Avenue. S.
- March 16 (PM)
- April 10 (Good Friday)
- May 18 (Victoria Day)
- May 25 (PM)
Dominic Agostino Riverdale Community Centre
150 Violet Drive, Hamilton
(at Barton Street and Centennial Parkway)
- March 31 (PM)
Neighbour to Neighbour
28 Athens Street, Hamilton
(off Mohawk between Upper James Street and West 5th Street)
- March 25 (AM)
- April 22 (PM)
- May 20 (PM)
- June 17 (AM)
- June 24 (PM)
East Kiwanis Boys and Girls Club
45 Ellis Avenue, Hamilton
(at Barton Street and Ellis Avenue)
Pinky Lewis Recreation Centre
192 Wentworth Street North, Hamilton
Services on the Dental Health Bus
The City of Hamilton provides free emergency dental services by dentists. These services include:
- Dental fillings
- Uncomplicated extractions or removing teeth
- Antibiotics for dental infections
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