Erie Evanston/Skokie Health Center can help your child's teeth stay healthy.

Healthy teeth are important for your child’s development, and with good oral health care, your child can grow up cavity-free.

Healthy teeth and gums require regular visits to the dentist.

  • All children should visit the dentist when they get their first tooth or turn one year old.
  • Illinois requires children entering certain grade levels to get dental exams: all students new to a school district or students entering kindergarten, 2nd, 6th, or 9th grade
  • The cost for dental services is often covered by insurance. If you don’t have insurance or have insurance with high deductibles, ask about reduced fee options when you call to make an appointment.

Erie Family Health Centers accepts Medicaid, Medicare and many commercial insurance plans. Learn about our reduced fee program and the insurance we take at

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Call 847.666.3494 to make a dental appointment at Erie Evanston/Skokie for your child. Ask about reduced fee options when you call.

For Medicaid transportation options, visit the transportation section by clicking below.

Erie Evanston/Skokie Health Center
1285 Hartrey Avenue, Evanston 60201

Free parking available. If using public transportation, take Pace #250 via Dempster and CTA #93 via Dodge Avenue.

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