Hadrut Dental Clinic

It is well-known that the spirit outlines the limits
of man’s capacity…

About The Clinic

Clinic Opened:  July 2003
Supported By:  ACMAO and AMAQ
Staff:  2 dentists and 2 dental assistants.

What We Do:
The Hadrut Clinic provides therapeutic, minor surgical and oral cavity disease prevention services.

Who We Serve:
The Clinic provides dental service to the population of Hadrut region on a benevolent basis, without any sex or age discrimination.

The clinic provides dental service to 3,900 patients, which is almost 35% of the Hadrut population.


Hadrout Dental Clinic

And the spirit of the Canadian-Armenian dentists would not stop at one clinic. In July of 2003 their second dental clinic was opened in Hadrut.

Hadrut is one of the extremely remote regions of Artsakh, and thus good will efforts in Hadrut are highly unexpected and inspiring.

A poster stating: “Hadrut people need not worry about their dental health care any longer” announced the new clinic.  To date the clinic has provided dental service to 3,900 patients, approximately 35% of the Hadrut region population.  Happily, routine dental care, which was completely foreign to these people is becoming a way of life.

The Hadrut Dental Clinic was started in July of 2003 by the Armenian Dentists Associations of Montreal, Toronto (ACMAO) and Lyons (UMAF) and has been sustained by the Hand in Hand organization.



Hadrout Dental Clinic

Hadrout Dental Clinic