Thanks to concerned orthodontists throughout Indiana and the Indiana Orthodontic Association, the Donated Orthodontic Services (DOS) program will provide free or low-cost orthodontic care to children whose families cannot afford needed orthodontic treatment. Participating orthodontists will be donating one or two cases per year to help qualified disadvantaged children.
Requirements for participation:
- Patient must be a resident of the state of Indiana
- Prospective patients must not currently be in braces or in between phases of treatment
- Patient must be between the ages of 8 to 18
- Patients must be receiving regular dental care and have good oral hygiene.
- Total family income must be below 200% of federal poverty level.
- Patient must be ineligible for orthodontic treatment through insurance or public aid.
- If determined eligible after the initial visit with the volunteer orthodontist, a coordination fee of $200 applies
For more information, click on one of the links below:
If you are a patient and would like to apply for the DOS program, click the following to view/download: Application
If you are a dentist and would like to know more about referring patients into the program, click the following to view/download a letter about this program and referral form:
If you are an IOA orthodontist and would like to become a provider, click the following to view/download the application to be a volunteer:
Donated Orthodontic Services
1800 15th Street, Suite 100
Denver, CO 80202