The Civilian Dental Corps offers positions across the country and around the world. We operate out of 150 clinics in 60 different communities. Information on many of our larger sites is provided below. Use the following links to view specific location details.

Alabama - Dothan

Dothan, Alabama is a rapidly growing city that offers the charm and friendliness of the deep South. The community provides excellent dining, shopping, attractions, historic museums, performing art centers and award-winning sports facilities that host amateur and professional events. Dothan is home to famed Robert Trent Jones golf trail. Nature-lovers are drawn to the Dothan Botanical Gardens. The Agricultural Museum of Alabama preserves area's heritage with special events throughout the year. In downtown Dothan you'll find World's Smallest City Block, the Dothan Opera House, the G.W. Carver Interpretive Museum, and the Wiregrass Museum of Art. Dothan serves as a regional center for recreation, business, industry, agriculture, healthcare and retail trade.

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Alaska - Fairbanks

Alaska - Fairbanks

Fairbanks offers small-town hospitality and pioneer spirit. Located at the end of the Alaska Highway, the city serves as the hub for Alaska's interior and boasts first class restaurants, museums, attractions, upscale galleries, historic sites, native culture, and access to the Alaskan wilderness. Summer offers endless sunshine providing abundant opportunities to explore America's last frontier and take part in festivals and events including the World Eskimo-Indian Olympics. In the winter residents enjoy the unsurpassed display of northern lights, dog sledding on wooded trails and larger than life-sized ice sculptures. Fairbank's Pioneer Park and the nearby Santa Claus House rank among Alaska's top attractions.
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Arizona - Sierra Vista

Arizona - Sierra Vista

Sierra Vista is a diverse city of 45,000 an hour south of Tucson, Arizona. The area offers a temperate climate, spectacular mountain scenery, diverse wildlife and a welcoming community. At an elevation of 4,623 feet, Sierra Vista's abundant sunshine and clean air combine to make this city a comfortable, pleasant place to live. National publications have consistently ranked the area among the best places to retire. Recreational possibilities are virtually endless. Veterans' Memorial Park offers year-round events, picnic areas, play equipment, and sport courts. At the edge of the park is the multi-million dollar, indoor aquatic center. Tombstone, home to the infamous Gunfight at the O.K. Corral, is a short drive away. Sierra Vista Mall and the West End district are home to numerous shop, boutiques and restaurants. Return to top

California - Barstow

California - Barstow

Barstow, California is located in the Inland Empire midway between Los Angeles and Las Vegas. The community offers the conveniences of small town living with the resources of major metropolitan areas only a short drive away. The Barstow and Tanger Outlet Centers offer more than 100 retail outlets. The extensive city park system features play areas, outdoor pools, a bowling alley, golf courses, tennis courts, ball fields, soccer fields, volleyball courts, batting cages and a covered in-line roller hockey rink. The area offers a wide range of recreational activities including organized sports activities as well as camping, hunting, off-roading, desert exploring, and viewing of wild flowers, geological points of interest and petroglyphs. Return to top

Colorado Springs

Colorado - Colorado Springs

Colorado Springs city is situated near the base of Pikes Peak at the eastern edge of the Rocky Mountains approximately one hour south of Denver. The city has evolved into a world-class international community with breathtaking scenery, exciting attractions, diverse restaurants, major shopping centers, and eclectic local businesses. Colorado Springs residents have virtually unlimited options when it comes to participating in recreational and sporting activities. Hiking, mountain biking, running, rafting, boating, rock climbing, horseback riding, fishing, golfing and ballooning are all readily available. The city is home to the United States Olympic Training Center and several professional sport teams. Money magazine has recently ranked Colorado Springs as the best big city to live in.
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District of Columbia

District of Columbia

Located on the Potomac River between the Blue Ridge Mountains and the Atlantic Ocean, Washington D.C. is unlike any other place. The city’s storied history extends back to the founding of our country, and virtually every neighborhood offers a glimpse into the past. The area offers a rich and diverse culture, represented by people from across the globe. Residents enjoy more than 40 museums and 150 historical sites. The District regularly attracts Broadway shows and major concerts to its opulent theaters and performance halls. The region offers a wide selection of professional and participant sports.
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Georgia - Augusta

Georgia - Augusta

Nestled along the banks of the Savannah River, Augusta is the second largest and oldest city in Georgia. The city is approximately 150 miles east of Atlanta and two and a half hours from the beach and the mountains. While Augusta is known worldwide for the Masters professional golf tournament, you'll find that the Garden City of the South is full of history, atmosphere, and activities to engage everyone's interest. Residents enjoy Augusta's tree-lined streets and majestic antebellum mansions along with extensive shopping, dining, cultural and entertainment options. Meander along the banks of the Savannah River as you stroll River Walk Augusta. Canoe the adjacent Augusta canal, take in a round of golf, enjoy a theater performance or a professional sporting event. Augusta is consistently ranked among the nation's best cities for retirement.
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Georgia - Columbus

Georgia - Columbus

Columbus is a vibrant and growing community of 250,000 people. Situated along the banks of the Chattahoochee River, the city offers numerous recreation opportunities. The 15-mile River Walk is an excellent facility for biking, skating or jogging. Golden Park is home to the Columbus Catfish professional baseball team while theCottonmouthsprofessional ice hockey team and the Columbus Lionsindoor football team play at the 10,000 seat Civic Center. The State Theater of Georgia, the historic Springer Opera House along with the beautiful Historic District provides ample cultural diversions. The city is centrally located to nationally-renowned Callaway Gardens, Roosevelt's Little White House, and Westville Village. Atlanta and pristine coastal beaches are a short drive away.
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Georgia - Savannah

Georgia - Savannah

Savannah is where you'll find amazing architecture and rich history combined with global sophistication, funky nightlife and fabulous food. From the Landmark Historic District to the festivities of River Street, Savannah charms its residents with tree-filled squares and perfectly preserved historic buildings. Impeccably maintained homes, boutiques and museums are scattered throughout the largest historic district in the United States. The Southside malls, city markets and galleries provide ample shopping opportunities while nearby Tybee Island offers unrivaled fishing, boating and other waterborne activities. Savannah residents enjoy mild weather, excellent schools, superb medical facilities and a modest cost of living.
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Hawaii - Honolulu

Honolulu

Honolulu is where the timeless radiance of the islands meets the modern luxuries of today. Residents can hike down a lush mountainside, just minutes away from a soaring cityscape. Feast at a luau under the stars one night and dine at a five-star restaurant another. Sunbathe on the North Shore then dance all night in Waikiki. Whether you're learning to surf in legendary Waikiki, hiking through the rich rainforests of WaimeaValley, or watching the brilliant pastels of dusk fade off of Sunset Beach, you'll find variety at every turn. Located on Oahu, Honolulu is home to the majority of state's diverse population. Residents enjoy extensive shopping, medical, continuing education and recreation opportunities.
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Kansas - Manhattan

Kansas , Manhattan

Known as the "Little Apple," Manhattan is located in the heart of the scenic Flint Hills region, approximately 50 miles west of Topeka and 120 miles from Kansas City. Edging the Kansas River, Manhattan is home to exhilarating Big XII sports, excellent restaurants, extraordinary outdoor recreation, exciting history and exceptional shopping. The area boasts a number of attractions including Tuttle Creek Lake, the Konza Tall GrassPreserve; Marianna Beach Art Museum, the historic Aggieville shopping district; world class golf facilities and a vibrant Arts in the Park series. The community has an abundance of public parks and sports facilities, including the Sunset Zoo. An exceptional trail system for biking or walking encircles most of the city. Money Magazine has rated Manhattan as one of the top places to retire.
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Kentucky - Louisville

Kentucky , Louisville

Louisville is a colorful community rich in history and southern charm. Friendly people, a thriving arts community, eclectic neighborhoods, a diverse population, safe streets, and an affordable cost of living make Louisville a wonderful place to live. From the world-famous Kentucky Derby to the city's major performing arts organizations, you'll never be short of things to do. Louisville is a City of Parks with one of the nation's largest parks expansions underway. Attractions such as the Louisville Slugger Factory, the Muhammad Ali Center, and the exciting 4th Street Live! entertainment complex, Waterfront Park and many historic neighborhoods all contribute to Louisville's designation as one of the nations "Most Livable" large cities in America.
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Louisiana - Leesville

Louisiana , Leesville

Leesville is a place where you can escape the hustle and bustle of big city life and enjoy the pleasures of living in a community where you'll find a warm welcome and old fashioned hospitality. Downtown Leesville is a National Historic District. The region hosts numerous festivals including Mardi Gras, May Fest, Frontier Festival and Christmas parades. Recreational opportunities include golf, parks, cinemas, bowling, skating, tennis and the Museum of West Louisiana. Nature lovers enjoy camping, rafting, hiking, biking, horseback riding, bird watching, hunting and some of the nation's best fishing. Leesville offers excellent schools, universities, parks, and serves as a regional medical and shopping hub.
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Maryland - Anne Arundel County

Maryland - Anne Arundel County

Anne Arundel County has something for everyone. Residents can relax on a boat, fish or enjoy the variety of water sports along the Chesapeake Bay and its tributaries. With over 534 miles of coastline, the region is known for boating, fishing, crabbing, water skiing, sailing and swimming. For nature lovers, there are two state parks, over 70 county parks and several nature preserves. The county also has numerous green ways, including the 13-mile Baltimore and Annapolis Trail where walkers, runners and bicyclist and equestrians pass sunny mornings and afternoons. The superior quality of life, rich heritage and proximity to Baltimore and Washington D.C. make Anne Arundel County the perfect location for living, working and playing.
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Mississippi - Hattiesburg

Mississippi , Hattiesburg

Located in the heart of south 's rolling pine woods, Hattiesburg provides a unique blend of affordability and a high standard of living for nearly 50,000 residents. Known as the "Hub City," Hattiesburg is located approximately 90 miles from New Orleans, the Gulf Coast, Jackson and Mobile. Excellent medical care, recreational offerings, continuing education, shopping, dining, cultural organizations and low tax rates have contributed to Hattiesburg being designated one of the nation's most "livable" small cities. Residents enjoy plays, concerts and athletic events at numerous cultural and sports venues, while outdoor enthusiasts take advantage of the abundant fishing, canoeing, golfing and biking opportunities in the area.
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Missouri - Waynesville

Missouri , Waynesville

In Pulaski County quality of life means a friendly wave from neighbors, a short commute, cultural diversity, and a pristine environment for recreation. Located in the lakes region of Missouri, the beautiful Ozarks landscape offers endless recreational opportunities including swimming, fishing, hunting, hiking, horseback riding, canoeing and spelunking. Community celebrations and historic preservation efforts compliment the area's hometown atmosphere. Saint Louis and Kansas City are a short drive away while nearby Branson, known as the family-friendly Las Vegas, offers an array of entertainment options with more than 100 live shows. The area is home to excellent schools, universities, parks, and serves as a regional medical and shopping hub.
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New Mexico - Las Cruces

New Mexico , Las Cruces

Nestled in the Mesilla Valley between the majestic Organ Mountains and the Rio Grande River, the high-tech city of Las Cruces is the second most populous city in the state. The region is home to New Mexico State University, White Sands Missile Range and America's first commercial space port. The city blends spectacular year-round golf, special events, historic attractions and superb cuisine with 350 days of sunshine per year. Residents enjoy a wide variety of leisure activities ranging from water sports, fishing, camping, hot springs and winter skiing. The city is frequently ranked among the best places to live and retire.
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New York - Yorktown Heights

New York , Yorktown Heights

Yorktown Heights is a beautiful community in the Jefferson Valley, 35 miles from New York City. The area offers extensive recreational facilities with over 1,400 acres of parks. Turkey Mountain provides picturesque views including the New York City skyline from the summit. The famed North County trail way bike and pedestrian path offers a scenic ride or walk through the town. Golfing is available at two top-rated 18 hole courses. Activates abound at the Yorktown Community Center which serves as the home to the 600-seat Yorktown Stage theater, the teen center, senior center, the Hart Memorial Library and the Yorktown Museum.
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New York-Watertown

New York , Watertown

Watertown is located in the scenic 1,000 lakes region of upstate New York. Home to more than 110,000 residents, the city serves as the gateway to Lake Ontario. Boating, fishing, rafting, hiking, camping, picturesque scenery and rural atmosphere abounds. Lake Ontario, the St Lawrence River, and the Black River provide first rate fishing, boating and sailing, canoeing, kayaking, swimming, scuba diving and whitewater rafting.Winter brings snowmobiling, skiing, snowshoeing, ice fishing, skating, and hunting. Museums and historic points of interest include the War of 1812 Battlefield in Sackets Harbor, BoldtCastle, Millionaire's Row, the Antique Boat Museum, the Clayton Opera House, and the Jefferson County Historical Society.
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North Carolina - Fayetteville

North Carolina , Fayetteville

Fayetteville is a progressive city of 175,000 nestled between Appalachian Mountains and the white sandy beaches of the Atlantic Ocean. The region offers numerous historic sites, museums, entertainment venues, a historic downtown and award-winning golf courses. One of areas greatest assets is its thriving arts and cultural community. Theater, symphony orchestras, and museums are available in addition to numerous festivals and special events held throughout the year. Fayetteville city parks contain over 1,100 acres and offer extensive leisure activities, programs and facilities. The city is home to professional sports teams and three institutions of higher learning: Fayetteville State University, Methodist University and Fayetteville Technical Community College.
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Oklahoma - Lawton

Oklahoma , Lawton

Lawton is a city of 90,000 located in the foothills of the Wichita mountains in Southwest Oklahoma. Convenient to both Dallas and Oklahoma City the region boasts a rich history, with beautiful natural attractions that make it a wonderful place to live, work, and play. Shopping centers, restaurants, apartments, and houses are being built or revitalized at an unprecedented rate due to growth at nearby Fort Sill. Entertainment options include the Wichita Mountains wildlife refuge, Medicine Park, Lawton community theater, Powell art gallery, Museum of the Great Plains, Oklahoma Cavalry professional basketball, golf, tennis, swimming, and organized bicycling groups.
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South Carolina - Columbia

South Carolina ,Columbia

As the capital of South Carolina, Columbia is a city rich with history and culture. The city's love of the arts is visible in its theaters, galleries, dance companies, orchestra, and outdoor murals. The KogerCenter for the Arts, Township Auditorium and Carolina Coliseum provide performances from around the world including some of today's biggest stars. Columbia offers historic homes, along with a wide array of festivals and concerts. The University of South Carolina provides academic enrichment and continuous cultural and sporting events. Residents enjoy challenging golf courses, the riverbank zoo and botanical garden and numerous parks and recreation facilities. Nearby lakes and rivers offer rewards for those who enjoy boating, fishing, canoeing and kayaking.
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Tennessee - Clarksville

Tennessee , Clarksville

Clarksville is a vibrant community located in Middle Tennessee, 40 miles northwest of Nashville. As one of the fastest growing areas in the state, the city is adding new schools, medical facilities and residential developments at a rapid pace. Despite its growth, Clarksville remains steeped in history and heritage. Residents enjoy the areas many attractions, unique architecture, and year-round festivals and entertainment events. Clarksville offers 25 parks and five community centers that are home to seven pools and numerous recreational sports leagues. Water sports are abundant in the area. Field & Stream Magazine has recognized the Cumberland River as one of the nation's top fishing destinations. Nearby Nashville provides numerous cultural, sport and entertainment options.
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Texas - El Paso

Texas -El Paso

Nestled between the rugged Franklin Mountains and the historic Rio Grande, El Paso combines the advantages of a major metropolitan center with the ambience and neighborly charm of a western town. The city offers state-of-the-art educational and medical facilities, abundant cultural and entertainment opportunities, year-round sports and recreation, a low crime rate, and some of the best weather conditions on the planet. El Paso boasts 18 museums and over 35 art galleries. The city is home to dozens of world-renowned artists and performing groups. The University of Texas –El Paso provides academic enrichment along with cultural and athletic offerings. El Paso is home to a number of professional sport teams including the Diablos (baseball), Patriots (soccer) and Scorpions (rugby). Horse racing and casino action is available at Sunland race track.
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Texas - Killeen/Temple

Texas , Killeen/Temple

Located between Dallas and Austin, the Killeen/Temple area is home to more than 370,000 residents and serves as the gateway to the famed Texas hill country. Bell County offers cosmopolitan amenities combined with down-to-earth country style. Residents enjoy convenient access to natural wonders, shopping, entertainment and history. Recreation and entertainment options include Belton Lake, natural parks, shopping, dining and numerous golf courses. The Vive Les Arts Center for the Performing Arts offers plays, dramas, musicals, ballets and comedy programs. The Mayborn Planetarium & Space Theater is among the largest facilities of its kind and each year the Bell County Expo Center hosts the Central Texas State Fair.
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Texas - San Antonio

Texas , San Antonio

San Antonio captures the old-world charm and independent spirit of Texas. Located at the doorstep to the famed Texas Hill Country the city is convenient to gulf beaches, scenic lakes, rivers, canyons, caverns and Mexico. Residents enjoy authentic Texas culture. Offbeat galleries and renowned museums abound. The world famous river walk lined with its many shops and eateries winds through the heart of downtown. Nearby the legendary Alamo symbolizes courage and sacrifice for the cause of Liberty. The city provides endless recreation opportunities ranging from professional and collegian sports to PGA golf courses and world-class theme parks. Vibrant art, music and theater offerings add to the area's quality of life.
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Virginia - Alexandria

Virginia - Alexandria


There is always something fun and exciting to do in Alexandria. The city is one of America's most historic communities. The Old Town historic district is known for its array of museums, architecture, special events, fine restaurants and other attractions. While the Torpedo Factory is the centerpiece of a lively waterfront with a marina, shops, public parks and walkways, restaurants, residences, and offices. Alexandria offers everything from historic walking tours to diverse cultural festivals and high impact outdoor recreation to the nations oldest continuously running farmers market.
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Virginia - Newport News

In Newport News mornings breeze in with the turn of the tide. Commutes frequently include brilliant waterfront views. Nightlife offerings range from professional sports, an evening at the Opera or a barefoot boogie along the bay shore. Home to nearly 1.5 million residents, the region offers attractions such as the National Maritime Center, Downing-Gross Cultural Arts Center, the Virginia Living Museum, the Chrysler Museum, Norfolk Botanical Gardens, Colonial Williamsburg, Jamestown Settlement and the Bush Gardens amusement park. The region is recognized for the preservation and interpretation of American colonial history and is home to the nation's premier small public university: The College of William and Mary.
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Virginia - Richmond

Virginia , Richmond


Richmond offers a wealth of amenities not easily found among other East Coast municipalities. The city is a flourishing cultural community enhanced by several first-class museums and prominent universities, its own symphony, professional ballet and opera, and numerous theater companies and art galleries. The region offers easy access to the ocean, mountains and Washington, D.C. Residents enjoy trendy boutiques and restaurants, numerous sports and entertainment attractions, one of the nation's largest river park systems, along with a treasure trove of historic landmarks. The city is consistently rated among “Best Places to Live in America.”
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Washington - Tacoma

Washington , Tacoma

Tacoma is a progressive city of 200,000 nestled between Seattle and the state capital of Olympia. The region offers the attractions of larger metropolitan areas, with a hometown feel. World-class museums, hotels and theaters draw thousands to downtown Tacoma while the shores of the Puget Sound and Mount Rainier inspire outdoor enthusiasts. The Broadway Center for the Performing Arts, Chihuly Bridge of Glass, Emerald Downs Racetrack, Emerald Queen Casino, Fort Nisqually Living History Museum, Lakewold Gardens, and the Mount Rainier Scenic Railroad represent a small sampling of the regions varied entertainment options. The city offers excellent schools, universities, parks, festivals and regional medical and shopping centers.
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Germany

Germany


Germany is home to scenic landscapes, vibrant cities, beautiful villages, and a profound sense of history. You can experience the beauty of castles and palaces, explore fascinating museums, or delve into the modern fantasy worlds of musicals and variety shows. Amazing architecture, fabulous shopping and pulsating nightlife abounds. Opportunities for fun, sport, wellness and relaxation exist around virtually every corner. Germany's natural landscapes make for unforgettable excursions. From long sandy beaches and lowland plains to the high peaks of the majestic Alps, the country truly offers something for everyone.
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Japan

Japan

Japan offers inspiring natural attractions, cultural variety,distinct seasons and overflowing hospitality. Visitors and residents alike marvel at the splendor of world heritage sites such as the KiyomizuderaTemple and Imperial Palace. Outdoor adventure options range from snowboarding to snorkeling to hiking, You can hit the slopes in Nagano, home of the 1998 Winter Olympics, or explore the beautiful oceans and beaches in Okinawa. Festivals can be found almost every day in Japan. Many include elaborate parades and wonderfully staged fire works displays. Japan's extensive rail, air and ferry network allows efficient and speedy transport around the country.
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South Korea

South Korea

Referred to as the “Land of the Morning Calm,” South Korea is home to dazzling cities, friendly people and beautiful, mystical countryside. Korea provides breathtaking mountain and coastal scenery, a blaze of color in autumn and a setting for winter sports. Mountains run down to the sea along much of the coast but are interspersed by harbors, fishing villages and long, sandy beaches. Within the country you'll find numerous fortresses, temples and palaces, many of them UNESCO World Heritage sites. The capital Seoul is punctuated by futuristic skyscrapers in one of the most densely populated areas in the world. Just north of the capital, the forests and cliff-top temples of Pukansan National Park offer great hiking and recreational facilities.
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