The Kids' Community Dental Clinic was created to fill a crucial need and gap in oral health care services for children of
low income working families. A children's dental clinic existed in Burbank for almost 35 years through the generosity of the
Sisters of Providence, St. Joseph Medical Center. When the hospital dental clinic closed in 1997, many working parents had a
difficult time finding convenient and low cost dental care for their children.
In 2002, after much planning and with strong local support, we opened our doors to every child in need. We started with the name Kids' Community Clinic of Burbank and in 2004 we changed it to Kids' Community Dental Clinic to emphasize our focus on oral healthcare prevention and treatment and to welcome children who live outside Burbank.
- All About Dental Care
- Colgate Bright Smiles, Bright Futures
- Crest Kids
- Oral Health America
- Orbit Gum Benefits
- Nev's Ink
Nev's Ink manufactures all types of medical labels and products including medical tape and autoclave tape . Thanks to Nev's Ink for their donation of autoclave tape!
Click to see more info about their donated autoclave tape used here.
To provide affordable, quality dental care and preventive education to children of low income families with no access to insurance or other coverage.
May 8 - Burbank's Fire Services Day located in front of the Main Fire Station on Third Street. The Clinic will be represented by Dr. Frank Pita who will be providing free dental screenings, free fluoride treatments, free toothbrushes and other dental information and free items for children who attend!