- (850) 983-5210
P.O. Box 929
Milton, FL 32572-0929
5527 Stewart St.
Milton, FL 32570
7:30 AM-noon, 1:00 PM-4:00 PM
The Dental Program at the Florida Department of Health in Santa Rosa County provides diagnostic, restorative, preventive and educational services to:
- Children 4-20 years of age with Florida Medicaid
- Children enrolled in the Headstart Program
- Children 4-18 years of age who are eligibile based on household income.
Please call to set up an eligibility screening appointment.
- Fluoride treatments
- Restorative (fillings)
Services are provided by appointment only with daily emergency times available. Call before 10 am to schedule an appointment for a dental emergency like a toothache.
For your convenience, all of the paperwork that needs to be completed to set up your Dental Appointment is now available here on our website. Click on Dental Client Paperwork (PDF-505KB) to open the paperwork. Then print it, fill it out, and bring it to the Dental Department at 5527 Stewart Street, Milton and Dental personnel will set up your appointment. You can also mail it to:Florida Department of Health Santa Rosa Dental
P. O. Box 929
5527 Stewart Street
Milton, Florida 32572-0929
Mailing it will give the Dental Department more time to verify your information and schedule your appointment.
Pro Med Healthcare Dental Services
The Florida Department of Health in Santa Rosa County Pro Med Dental Services are offered at the following locations:
- Pro Med Dental - Milton, 55274 Stewart Street, Milton, FL 32583
- Pro Med Dental - Midway, COMING SOON!
Call 850-564-2248 for more information or to schedule an appointment.
Did You Know?
- Of children aged 2-5 years old, 28 percent have tooth decay in their baby teeth.
- Of children aged 6-11 years old, 51 percent have tooth decay in their baby teeth.
- Of children aged 6-8 years old, 10 percent have tooth decay in their permanent teeth.
- Of children aged 9-11 years old, 31 percent have tooth decay in their permanent teeth.
- Of children aged 12-19 years old, 59 percent have tooth decay in their permanent teeth.
- Tooth decay is the most widespread chronic disease in children and adults, even though it is mostly preventable.
- In Florida, 71 percent of the population have the right amount of fluoride in the water to help prevent tooth decay.
- In Santa Rosa County, 51 percent of the population have the right amount of fluoride in the water to help prevent tooth decay.
Data Source: National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey
Videos, Stories, Games, Quizzes, and Activity Sheets - for children from the American Dental Association.
Oral Health Information for Parents - from the American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry.
Oral Health Topics - from the American Dental Association.
Know Your Teeth - from the Academy of General Dentistry.