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Cavity Free Sonoma

Healthy Teeth for Healthy Life - Sonoma County

Children’s Dental Health Project for Sonoma County

Cavity Free SonomaThe Cavity Free Sonoma Pilot Project is happening now in community clinics for eligible children ages 0-6 years of age. Families are provided with a dental assessment that lets caregivers know if their children are at high, medium, or low risk for dental disease. 

Each child and caregiver meets with a bilingual Community Dental Health Worker, or "Tooth Fairy," who helps patients and their parents understand oral health and provides coaching in a culturally relevant way.

The Tooth Fairy also helps the parent or caregiver download an app to track appointments, monitor health goals, and gets tips and reminders via their Apple or Android device.

Where to Sign Up

The Department of Health Services has partnered with local health centers to deliver this care to eligible families. Families interested in receiving services should contact a clinic below.

Learn about dental insurance coverage available through Covered California and Medi-Cal on our Accessing Dental Care webpage.


Alexander Valley Healthcare
6 Tarman Dr., Cloverdale
(707) 894-4229


Alliance Medical Center
1381 University Ave., Healdsburg
(707) 433-5494


Petaluma Health Center
11179 North McDowell Blvd., Petaluma
(707) 559-7500

Rohnert Park

Rohnert Park | Petaluma Health Center
5900 State Farm Dr., Rohnert Park
(707) 559-7600

Santa Rosa

Santa Rosa Community Health - Dental Campus
1110 North Dutton Ave., Santa Rosa
(707) 303-3395

Santa Rosa Community Health - Dutton Campus
1300 North Dutton Ave., Santa Rosa
(707) 303-3395

Sonoma County Indian Health Project, Inc.
144 Stony Point Rd., Santa Rosa
(707) 521-4500


Sonoma Valley Community Health Center
19270 Sonoma Hwy., Sonoma
(707) 939-6070

West County

Russian River Dental Clinic
16312, 3rd St., Guerneville
(707) 869-2933 


Alliance Medical Center
8499 Old Redwood Highway, Ste. 112, Windsor
(707) 433-5494

Funded by Medi-Cal Waiver 2020’s Dental Transformation Initiative

Cavity Free Sonoma is funded by a grant from the California Department of Health Care Services, and works to improve the oral health of Medi-Cal eligible children age 6 and under through a mobile app, a new workforce, and a standardized caries (cavity) risk assessment.