NSA Mid-South Community
All general and specialty phases of dentistry are available to active duty personnel except orthodontics.
The United Concordia Plan is available to all family members of active duty personnel. Dental is not authorized to provide treatment to enrolled members covered by the United Concordia Dental Plan. If family members are not currently enrolled, but desire to be, military sponsors should contact the local Personnel Support Activity Detachment office. Any questions regarding the United Concordia Dental Plan should be directed to the Health Benefits Advisors at the clinic (901) 874-6111. The Fleet and Family Support Center (901) 874-5075 can help find a dentist in the area that accepts the Concordia Plan.
Retired personnel and their family members are directed to the newly enacted Retired Member Dental Plan. Information on registration and membership may be obtained at the clinic (901) 874-5363 or the FFSC (901) 874-5075.
In addition, there is a new dental plan for the military reservist community. Please contact your Navy Operational Support Center for more information.
The hours of operation are Monday through Thursday, 7 a.m. to 4 p.m. and Friday, 7 a.m. to noon.
Dental sick call is dedicated to the treatment of urgent dental conditions that cannot wait for a scheduled appointment. Active duty personnel requiring annual dental examinations, overseas screenings and sea duty screenings are also seen at sick call.
Overseas screening for family members is provided at the clinic by appointment only. Active duty personnel have first priority due to mission-readiness requirements.
Sick call hours are Monday through Friday (except Thursday afternoons), 7:15 to 9 a.m. and 1 to 2 p.m. True emergencies including severe bleeding, swelling, pain or injury are seen at any time.