Dental care for low-income seniors
The Ontario government launched their dental program for low-income seniors providing free routine dental care for eligible low-income seniors.
Ontarians aged 65 and over with an annual income of less than $19,300 or couples with a combined annual income of $32,300 or less who do not have dental benefits will qualify for the Ontario Seniors Dental Care Program (OSDCP).
The program is made available in Ottawa South through the South-East Ottawa Community Health Centre.
Seniors can apply to the program online or by filling out an application form available at a local public health unit.
To apply online, visit: https://seniors.accerta.ca/application/en or call our office as we have copies of the application.