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Dental Services

Dental Care at Fort Stewart-Hunter Army Airfield is for active-duty Soldiers. All non-active-duty personnel should seek dental care from the private sector. All active-duty dental appointments are booked through the consolidated dental appointment line: 912-435-6667.

Where should I go and how do I get there?

Dental Clinic No. 1 is located at 351 Sixth St., Building 440, on Fort Stewart. Sick call hours are 7:30 to 9 a.m. and 12:30 to 2 p.m. Monday through Friday.

Dental Clinic No. 3 is located at 230 Duncan Drive, Building 1440, inside Tuttle Army Health Clinic on Hunter Army Airfield. Sick call hours are 7:30 to 8:30 a.m. Monday through Friday.

Dental Clinic No. 4 is located at 343 Warrior Road, Building 2115, on Fort Stewart. Sick call hours are 7:30 to 10 a.m. Monday through Friday; 12:30 to 2:30 p.m. Monday, Tuesday and Friday; and 1:10 to 2:30 p.m. Wednesday.

Dental Clinic No. 6 is located at 306 Vanguard Road, Building 8435, on Fort Stewart. Sick call hours are 7:30 to 9 a.m. Monday through Friday.

Dental emergencies for
active-duty Soldiers

During duty hours, the Soldier should report to their assigned dental clinic for minor dental emergencies. Soldiers with extensive trauma should report to the Winn Army Community Hospital emergency room. After normal duty hours, the Soldier should report to Winn Army Community Hospital emergency department. The emergency department staff will evaluate the problem and contact the dental officer on duty if indicated to render appropriate dental treatment. A dentist and an oral maxillofacial surgeon are available on an on-call basis through the emergency department 24 hours a day.

Dental emergencies for family members

 

In the event of a family member or retiree dental emergency, individuals should seek treatment from their private dentist or network provider. In the case of extreme emergencies, the Fort Stewart Dental Activity can see family members for true dental emergencies only. This is strictly to assist the individual until their private dentist can take over the emergency treatment. This emergency-only care will normally entail suturing lacerations, reimplanting avulsed teeth or simple palliative treatment (such as providing pain medications, antibiotics or placing a temporary filling). Those seeking dental emergency treatment should report to the Winn Army Community Hospital emergency department and will receive a screening to determine whether the on-call dentist will be contacted. Dental emergency treatment is not for dental sick call.

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