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Community Dental Care



(509) 837-7178


(509) 515-0900

After Hours Dental

(509) 837-7178

Location Info


Community Dental Care is Sunnyside’s hometown dental clinic.

General Dentistry (Ages 0-20)
Community Dental Care is a pediatric dental clinic offering general dentistry for children ages 0-20. The friendly staff provides gentle dentistry for even the most fearful patients. Most insurance plans are accepted. Medicaid is also accepted.

Orthodontics (Teens & Adults)
Need braces?  Community Dental Care is your convenient neighborhood location for braces for teens and adults. Choose from traditional or clear braces; flexible, no-interest payment options with most insurance plans accepted. DSHS accepted for ages 0-20.

For after hours dental care call (509) 837-7178.
If you need help to or from your appointment, please contact the clinic for assistance.

If you have a concern regarding the quality or safety of your care, we encourage you to let us know.

The importance of children's dental health, blog post
Featured Blog Post

The Importance of Children's Dental Health

Friday, January 25, 2019

For healthy teeth and gums as an adult, you have to start taking care of your teeth when you’re young. This starts with the parents. It’s your job to teach your kids healthy dental habits. Below, we will explain exactly how to do this. But first, let’s talk about why dental health is so important. Why Do Healthy Teeth and Gums Matter? If you’ve ever had a toothache, you know how painful it can be... read more


1721 E. Lincoln Ave.
Sunnyside, WA 98944



Monday - Friday:
8:00 am-5:00 pm
Saturday - Sunday:
By appointment only


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Tips to Prevent Childhood Cavities from Infancy

Thursday, February 28, 2019

According to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, cavities are five times more common than asthma in the nation's children, and cavities are considered a chronic disease. As a parent, helping to prevent cavities in your child's teeth must be a proactive effort. This effort should start even before those first little baby teeth make an appearance. Here are a few tips to give your baby... read more