Kintegra’s core services include primary medical, behavioral health and dental care to children and adults at several practices across Alexander, Catawba, Davidson, Davie, Forsyth, Gaston, Iredell and Lincoln counties.
Dental services for adults and children include exams, extractions, first time infant exams, fillings, fluoride varnish, primary crowns, routine cleaning and sealants.
Kintegra is committed to providing care for the overall health needs of the whole patient, and promotes oral health for our pediatric population through the dental and medical services we provide . Our pediatric primary medical care providers will assess our pediatric patients’ risk for developing caries due to deficient fluoride in the water supply. Our providers will also apply fluoride varnish to the primary teeth of all infants and children at the age of primary tooth eruption. Ask your provider if these treatments are appropriate for your child.
Adult and pediatric medical services are often co-located with dental practices or are conveniently located nearby, and behavioral health services are offered at all medical locations. Kintegra is a healthcare home of choice for its patients.
More detailed information about Kintegra’s integrated services and programs such as behavioral health counseling, pharmacies, medication assistance programs, interpretation assistance, after-hours medical advice line, specialty referrals, clinics and education programs for diabetes, nutrition and vision care, to name a few, can be found under the SERVICES tab on this website.
For details about our locations, the services offered, and to find the practice that is right for you, click on the ‘Appointments’ Icon on our Home page, or the LOCATIONS tab.
Additional Dental Programs
Dental ACCESS Program
Kintegra’s dental ACCESS program began in Gaston County in 2000, partnering with Title 1 elementary schools to provide dental care to school children otherwise unlikely to receive it. Initially, school children were transported to the dental practice to receive receive oral health education, preventative care, examinations and treatment.
Today, Kintegra operates two Mobile Dental Units (MDU), taking the ACCESS Program to a new level. It brings full-service dental care right to participating elementary schools, thus minimizing students’ time away from class. Each unit has three chairs, and is equipped with X-ray (including panagraph) capability and is fully staffed with a dentist and three dental assistants. The MDUs now serve students at participating schools in Catawba, Gaston, Iredell and Lincoln Counties.
All care on the MDU is provided at no cost to the patient.
Childhood Health Outreach Program (CHOP)
The CHOP program works to integrate medical and dental services for GFHS’ patients, and coordinates access to dental care for children served at the Gaston and Catawba County Department of Health & Human Services’ WIC and Child Health clinics. Through educational literature, on-site advice and appointment services, patients are educated on dental services offered, and are assisted in obtaining care in a seamless, convenient manner.