CHC and the Burlington School District started the School-Based Dental Center Program at IAA in 2004. All children who are Burlington School District students or siblings of students, who are enrolled in Medicaid, Dr. Dynasaur or are low-income and uninsured and have not seen a dentist in the past year, are welcome.
School-Based Dental Center at the Integrated Arts Academy
Please note, we are closed during the summer as our hours follow the school calendar.
IAA: (802) 658-4869
Appointments: (802) 652-1050
Monday, Thursday & Friday: 8:30am – 3:45pm*
*Closed for lunch 11:45am – 12:15pm
CHC’s School-Based Dental Center is located at the Integrated Arts Academy at H.O. Wheeler School. CHC and the Burlington School District opened this site in 2004. All children who are Burlington School District students or siblings of students, who are enrolled in Medicaid, Dr. Dynasaur or are low-income and uninsured and have not seen a dentist in the past year, are welcome. If you are low-income and uninsured, we’ll help you meet with our Patient Support staff to apply for programs and/or our Sliding-Fee Scale Program.
Getting started is easy, just fill out the School-Based Dental Center Medical/Dental History Form that correlates with your child’s grade (one for each child) sign it, and send it back to the school. CHC’s School-Based Dental Center staff can even help you fill out the form; just call the Integrated Arts Academy at 802-658-4869 or CHC’s Dental Center’s main telephone number 802-652-1050 for assistance. Once your child is signed up, the school and CHCB’s Dental Center will take care of everything else for you. If your child does not attend the Integrated Arts Academy, transportation can be arranged. Remember, parents are always invited to dental appointments, too.
Our School-Based Dental Center offers:
- Cleanings and Check-ups
- Fillings and Sealants
- SSTA Transportation
- Interpreters Services
- Goodie Bags
Tips for a healthy smile at any age:
- Brush and floss every day to remove food and germs.
- Use fluoride toothpaste. Use only a pea-sized drop for young children. Toothpaste should not be swallowed!
- Eat healthy foods and snacks.
- Don’t put your baby to bed with a bottle.
- Make regular dental check-ups for the whole family.