PROVIDING QUALITY DENTAL SERVICES AT NO COST

For those who cannot afford or do not have access to dental care

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Upcoming Clinic

2019 Western Slope COMOM

Friday, October 4 - Saturday October 5

(Set up Thursday Oct.3. Take Down Sunday October 6)

The Glenwood Springs High school will be transformed into a large-scale dental clinic with 125 dental chairs. Patients will undergo a health and dental evaluation, and then be provided with cleanings, fillings, root canals and extractions. COMOM dentist and dental lab techs will also prepare ceramic crowns, dentures, and flippers.

Become a Patient


COMOM is a "no-questions-asked" dental clinic, and provides dental care at no cost to patients!

Become a Volunteer


Online registration is open!
Currently accepting volunteers for the 2019 Western Slope COMOM Friday Oct. 4 - Saturday Oct. 5

Colorado Mission of Mercy

The Colorado Mission of Mercy (COMOM) is a large-scale dental clinic that is held annually in a Colorado community.

The concept is simple: Create a two-day dental clinic in a large facility and open the clinic doors to the community. Dental services are provided to any person on a “no questions asked” basis. Patients are evaluated and treated based on their most urgent dental needs. Patients undergo dental treatments such as cleanings, fillings, root canals, and extractions. The best part about COMOM is that this quality treatment is provided at no cost to patients.

Since its inception in 2007, COMOM has served 15,000 patients and provided $13,000,000 in donated dental care.

Our Mission

COMOM’s mission is to provide quality dental services, at no cost, to individuals of all ages who cannot afford and access dental care; eliminating dental pain, promoting oral health, creating smiles, and providing oral health education.

Make a Donation

Please help further the work of COMOM by making a financial, tax deductible contribution.

Many individuals are unable to afford dental care. Oral disease can affect the ability to eat, and how a person looks and communicates. Oral health is inseparable from general health, and can affect self-esteem and compromise a person’s ability to work at home, at school, or on the job.

COMOM combines the donated services of hundreds of dental professionals and volunteers to provide free annual dental clinics in Colorado.