This pilot project will provide preventive dental education, screening, and fluoride varnish for young children (0 to 3 years) in a medical setting. Dental caries is the most chronic childhood disease, and although often not yet visible, dental decay begins at a very young age and can already be severe by the age of 2 or 3. In order to obviate the need for restorative dental treatment later, and to bring families into the dental system in a comfortable environment, we are targeting children at the age of one, in their own pediatrician's office. The program will be piloted at Mission Neighborhood Health Clinic, a community health clinic that caters to many of San Francisco's low-income minority and immigrant populations, both families and children. We will recruit and coordinate staffing of volunteer hygienists and dentists once a month to perform dental screenings, apply fluoride varnish in the clinic, and distribute dental supplies and education. In addition, an Americorps worker will provide case management afterwards and make sure that the child becomes linked to a dental home.