My sister in law has lost most of her teeth. Her ...

My sister in law has lost most of her teeth. Her teeth are all rotted out and she can't get a job because she has no teeth. How can she get dental care she has no money no job and and we cant support her very much longer. She needs dentures it would totally change her life. Please help

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   I recommend for her to go to the DSHS closest to where she lives and let her talk to a Social Worker.  They probably can refer her to a Dentist.  Hopefully they can help her so that she can go to work.

Be honest and be true to yourself.

Chandlerfam,  Have your sister-in-law call one of the dental schools.  They have 4th year students do dental work for free or low cost.  They need people to learn on.  I don't think the Dept. of Human Services pays for false teeth.  I know they will pay to have teeth pulled if they are bad and causing pain.  But I don't think they pay for new teeth.  So try the dental schools.

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