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U.S. Army Dental Activity (DENTAC) – Fort Drum

U.S. Army Dental Activity (DENTAC) – Fort Drum

Ft Drum Health US Army Dental Activity


The Fort Drum DENTAC has two clinics and an in-processing center. The clinic services provide routine and emergency treatment to active-duty military members only. Active-duty military members are encouraged to enroll their dependents in the TRICARE Dental Program (MetLife).

Fort Drum, known for its rapid and constant deployments, has embraced Go First Class (GFC) to ensure readiness of the force.

The GFC initiative will improve wellness and readiness while saving Soldiers a considerable amount of time by combining dental exams, cleanings and routine fillings into a single appointment. When appointments aren’t readily available, we offer Soldiers the option of using off-post civilian providers through the Active Duty Dental Program.

Marshall Dental Clinic is a 36-chair comprehensive and specialty care clinic which includes hygiene/exam (HE), hygiene/exam/restorations (HER), periodontics, endodontics, prosthodontics and oral surgery. In laymen terms, it provides X-rays, exams, cleanings, fillings, extractions, gum treatment and implants, root canals, complex extractions and limited oral maxilla facial surgery. The Soldiers of 10th Mountain Division (LI) 1BCT and 2BCT receive care at Marshall. Hours are 7 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday.

Stone Dental Clinic is a 24-chair comprehensive care clinic. Although there is limited specialty care available, Soldiers assigned to Stone who require treatment other than HE/HER and root canals are referred to Marshall. The Soldiers of 10th Sustainment, 10th CAB, MEDDAC, DENTAC, WTU and VETCOM receive care at Stone DC. Hours of operation are 7 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday.

Clark Hall Dental In-Processing Center provides initial in-processing for all Soldiers. Soldiers will receive DENTAC mission and vision, the Army’s GFC initiative, TRICARE information, Active Duty Dental Program information and their clinic assignments. Soldier’s Dental Readiness Classification (DRC) is evaluated and they are processed according to their DRC status.

Important Dental Contacts:

DENTAC Headquarters 315-772-4342

Stone Dental Clinic 315-772-5576

10590 Enduring Freedom Drive

Marshall Dental Clinic 315-772-8891

10205 North Riva Ridge Loop


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