Community Health Centers of Benton and Linn Counties Dental

Oral Health Initiative Project
Johnson Dental Clinic
1112 NW Circle Blvd.
Corvallis, OR 97330
(541) 257-2006
Dental Health Services for
Children and
Pregnant Women
Community and School-Based Services
The Community Health Centers of
Benton and Linn Counties are able to
provide school-based preventive services
with funding from Kaiser Permanente
Northwest, The Ford Family Foundation,
and the Oregon Community Foundation.
Volunteer dental team members and
Benton County staff provide dental
screenings to all Corvallis and Alsea public
schools and Holley School in Sweet Home.
Schools with a 50% or higher enrollment of
children eligible for the free and/or reduced
lunch program are also offered on-site
sealants and fluoride varnish provided by
a registered dental hygienist.
2012 Participating Schools:
Alsea Elementary School, Alsea
Garfield Elementary School, Corvallis
Holley Elementary School, Sweet Home
Lincoln Elementary School, Corvallis
Monroe Grade School, Monroe
Mt.View Elementary School, Corvallis
Wilson Elementary School, Corvallis
Thank you to our funders and sponsors:
Community Health Centers of Benton and Linn Counties
East Linn Health Center
100 Mullins Drive, Suite A-1
Lebanon, OR 97355
(541) 451-6920
Lincoln Health Center
(located at Lincoln School)
121 SE Viewmont Avenue
Corvallis, OR 97333
(541) 766-3546
Monroe Health Center
(located at Monroe Grade School)
610 Dragon Drive
Monroe, OR 97456
(541) 847-5143

Benton Health Center
(located inside the Benton County
Health Services building)
530 NW 27th Street
Corvallis, OR 97330
(541) 766-6835
www.co.benton.or.us/healthcenter
Community Health Centers of
Benton and Linn Counties
Community Health Centers of Benton and Linn Counties
Mission Statement
Appointments
We provide a medical and dental home that
promotes and supports health and wellness.
To schedule an
appointment for your
child call Amanda at
(541) 257-2006. For
Spanish call Lizdaly at (541) 766-6845.
The Johnson Dental Clinic
The Benton Community Health Centers have
partnered with the Boys & Girls Club of
Corvallis to provide dental treatment to those
children and pregnant women in need.
The Johnson Dental Clinic provides
high quality, confidential dental care,
whether or not you have dental insurance.
Our dental team provides preventive care
for infants through 2 years. Children
3 through 18 years and pregnant women
receive preventive and
restorative care at the
Johnson Dental Clinic.
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Dental Exams
X-rays
Fillings
Dental Screenings
Dental Cleanings
Sealants
Fluoride Treatments
Oral Health Education
Simple Extractions, if necessary
Who is Eligible?
Your child can use the dental clinic even if
he/she does not have dental insurance.
We accept clients who are uninsured or on
the Oregon Health Plan (OHP). To find out
if your child qualifies for the Oregon Health
Plan or Healthy Kids coverage, please call us
at (541) 766-6344.
Reaching the Johnson Dental Clinic
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1112 NW Circle Boulevard
Clinic hours are 9:00am—5:00pm
Tuesday, Wednesday, & Thursday
Ride the bus - Corvallis Transit (CTS) Route 4 or Route 7
www.corvallistransit.com
or 541-766-6998
Adair to Corvallis: 99 Express
(to the Downtown Transit Center)
www.bc99express.com
Toothpaste: Use a pea-size amount for
children over 6 years and adults. Wind
the floss around the middle fingers and
gently glide the floss in between the teeth.
Keeping Your Mouth Healthy
• Brush your teeth with a soft toothbrush
and toothpaste with fluoride, twice a
day; after breakfast and before bed.
• Floss once a day before bedtime.
• Eat healthy foods, like fruits,
milk, eggs, vegetables, meat, fish,
chicken, beans, nuts, and yogurt.
• Eat sweets or drink sugary drinks
at mealtimes only.
• See the dentist by age 1 year and then
every 6 months.