The dental clinic at MOJ serves patients who have no public or private third-party payer medical or dental coverage and whose personal resources are insufficient to provide for their needed oral care. Christian dental professionals from the community volunteer their time, talent, and resources to help others in need. Those who come to MOJ for dental appointments include people with various religious beliefs, ethnicities, and backgrounds.
"A gentleman came in with very poor upper dentition. He was evaluated by the dentist and it was decided his best option was to remove all of his upper teeth. He was immediately fitted with dentures and then handed a mirror so he could see his new teeth. He did not say anything. He shook the doctors hand and with big tears in his eyes he said, 'thank you.' He didn't have to say much. His face and eyes said it all - what gratitude he had for his new smile."
"...When he first started coming, he was nervous, even shaking. At his final appointment, he was calm and had much more self-confidence that showed through with his new smile."
MOJ Dental Appointments:
- Dental patients must first see a physician in the MOJ medical clinic before being referred to a volunteer dental professional.
- For questions, call 405-340-7400 between the hours of 9am-4pm Monday-Thursday, or 9am-12pm on Friday (closed on holidays).
- Please note, we do not take dental inquiries via email, so please call us.
Dental Emergency Resources :
- Delta Dental has put together a dental hotline along with a COVID Dental Response Fund. Click here for the information.
- OU School of Dentistry Oral Surgery is seeing patients for emergency extractions. Call 271-1356.