Avenal Community Health Center, Dental

Avenal CHC
1000 Skyline Blvd.
Avenal, CA 93204
(559) 386-4500

Dental Services

Monday-Thursday: 7:30 am – 6:30pm (Closed 12-1pm)

Medical Services

Here at Avenal Community Health Center we have a team of qualified physicians, physician assistants, nurse practitioners, nurses, counselors and educators who work together to promote the well-being of every patient through treatment and preventative care. Male and female primary care providers treat patients of all ages for a wide array of ailments and illnesses.  They address chronic illnesses such as hypertension and diabetes, asthma and obesity. ACHC has a behavior health program integrated into primary care services which serves to identify and help those who are experiencing depression, anxiety, stress, substance abuse or domestic abuse.

Free or low-cost programs available for eligible patients:

  • Flu shots
  • Care (CPSP)
  • Behavior Health Counseling
  • Pap smear exams
  • Visits with the Nutritionist
  • Medical and Health Education
  • Diabetic Care Programs
  • School Physicals (Physical Exams)
  • Vaccines for children
  • Adult Immunizations
Oral Hygiene not only keeps your mouth healthy, but affects all aspects of your overall health. To maintain good oral health, brush your teeth at least twice daily, floss, and eat fresh fruits, vegetables and whole grains. Also, you should visit the dentist once every six months for a routine examination and cleaning. The dentist will remove plaque buildup, polish your teeth and check for cavities. He or she will also check your gums, and mouth for signs of health issues or cancer.
The dentists and assistants at ACHC provide preventive care and treat cavities, (tooth decay) and gum disease. Dental care providers are here to help patients maintain a healthy mouth and therefore a healthy body.
Special attention is given to the oral health of patients who have diabetes or are pregnant.
  • Routine Exams
  • Cancer Screening
  • Cleaning and polishing
  • Restoration
  • Fillings
  • Sealants
  • Crowns
  • Treatment of gum disease
  • Root Planning
  • Education

Counselors work with doctors to help patients experiencing depression, anxiety, stress, drug and alcohol abuse, domestic abuse, obesity, smoking, diabetes and other issues; often at the visit with your doctor. Click here for more information about Behavioral Health.

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