Promotions & Events
Touro Dental Health is committed to making dental care affordable for everyone. In addition to our low fees for dental care, we offer a variety of reduced rate programs for special groups, as well as promotions and free events throughout the year.
Reduced Fees for Special Groups
Active Duty and Retired Veterans and Military Personnel:
Police, Firefighters, First Responders and Public Servants:
Teachers, School Employees, and Students:
Employees of Businesses Located in Mt. Pleasant:
Proof of I.D. may be required to receive these reduced rates. These percentages apply to most dental services, however, some exclusions may apply. Please inquire at the time of booking.
Free First Visit for New Patients
New patients receive a complimentary first visit, including a comprehensive dental exam and x-rays. Offer valid through 12/31/19.
Patients can benefit from a reduced rate of $600 for full mouth dentures ($300 for upper or lower) and $300 for transitional dentures. This fee includes a comprehensive intake exam and Panoramic x-rays for patients who are new to the school. 5-7 visits may be required to complete treatment. Offer valid through 12/31/19.
Smiles for Veterans 2019
In honor of Veterans Day, Touro Dental Health will host its 2nd Annual Smiles for Veterans event, providing a free day of dental care for veterans, military service members and their families, as well as activities, entertainment and giveaways! Registration is required by October 30th. To reserve an appointment time, call 914-594-2700.
Give Kids A Smile! Day 2020
Children are invited to receive free dental services for a special day in February as part of our Give Kids A Smile! program, a national initiative of the American Dental Association created to promote pediatric oral health in underserved communities.
Most reduced rate programs apply to new patients only. All rates are subject to change. Discounts cannot be combined. Patients may be required to present proof of identification. Reduced rates may be honored for treatment provided after the expiry date as long as the treatment plan is approved by the patient prior to the expiry date.