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The 16 Best Dental Marketing Charity Opportunities

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16 Dental Marketing Charity Opportunities You Should Know About

Step Up Your Dental Marketing With Charities That Change Lives

One of the best and most successful dental marketing strategies is to invest your energy into cause-related projects that benefit underserved communities and individuals in need.

Generosity dental marketing creates local awareness, increased new patients, an authentic team culture, tons of social media content, and it’s fun. Seriously, who out there doesn’t feel amazing after helping someone in need?

Dental practices have a unique opportunity to create a much greater local awareness and grow their practices through generosity dental marketing.

The following is a go-to list of some of the best dental marketing charity opportunities that dentists should know about.

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#1  American Dental Association

Give Kids A Smile

Mission and Purpose

Since 2003 the Give Kids A Smile (GKAS) organization has helped more than 6 million undeserved children by providing oral health care.

The GKAS day is the first Friday in February, but the GKAS events are held throughout the year.

The program began all the way back in 2002 when Dr. Jeff Dalin and Dr. B. Ray Storm held the first event in a soon to be demolished dental clinic in St Louis. They were able to scrape together 15 chairs. In these humble beginnings they took care of 400 children.

The next year in 2003, the American Dental Association recognized the grass roots efforts of these two pioneering dentists and helped to develop the program into a nationwide philanthropic movement.

Becoming A Member and Getting Involved

If you’re a dentist reading this, you’re probably already an ADA member, which qualifies you to participate in the GKAS events. If you’re not an ADA Member you can become one here.

In order to get involved in the GKAS movement, all you have to do is download the toolkit.

The Toolkit includes registration information, planning guides, forms, waivers and promotional materials.

The ADA invites all dentists who want to make a difference in the lives of children to get involved.

Contact Information

Website  |  (800) 621-8099  |  gkas@ada.org

“Giving does not only precede receiving; it is the reason for it. It is in giving that we receive.” - Israelmore Ayivor

#2  Smiles For Life Foundation

Mission and Purpose

The Smiles For Life organization had humble beginnings and has turned into one of the most successful fund raising campaigns in the dental industry. Over the past 25 years, the Smiles For Life Foundation has raised more than 46 million dollars for children’s charities.

Their mission is to solve the #1 healthcare problem globally, which is the lack of access to oral heather care for intellectually and developmentally disabled children. They encourage all dental practices to get involved in doing good.

They achieve their mission by helping dental practice’s implement a “Doing Good” dental marketing culture and strategy, which increases access to dental care and improves the world’s overall total health & wellness.

Smiles For Life is supported by the Crown Council, My Social Practice and Ultradent Products.

Becoming A Member and Getting Involved

The first thing to do is sign up for a free membership with the Crown Council. Once you’re a member there are many ways to get involved in “doing good”:

Smile Whitening Campaign: From March through June, dentists that participate in the campaign donate their time to professionally whiten smiles. Ultradent, makers of Boost and Opalescence, donates the teeth whitening materials, and My Social Practice develops the digital marketing materials. 100% of all proceeds go to the Smiles for Life Foundation benefitting children all over the world.

Clear Aligner Campaign: Year around, participating Smiles for Life Dentists donate their time to professionally align your teeth with TREZ Clear Aligners. TREZ donates the aligners and 100% of all proceeds go to the Smiles for Life Foundation benefitting children everywhere.

Humanitarian Expeditions: Since 2007, the Smiles for Life Foundation has completed over 50 Humanitarian Expeditions to the Dominican Republic and Guatemala with participating dental teams and their families. Lasting 7 to 10 days in March, September and November, these Expeditions are designed to provide access to care to the very poorest of the poor.

Special Olympics Adopt an Athlete: Special Olympics and The Smiles for Life Foundation have partnered to provide dental care services to Special Olympics athletes, many of whom go without basic oral health care because of the circumstances. This is done by matching Special Olympics athletes in need with participating Smiles For Life Foundation / Crown Council member practices in their area.

Contact Information

Website  |  (800) 276-9658  |  greg@smilesforlife.org

“Even if you don’t have a dollar to give, you still have your time, your focus, and your voice. Be generous.” -Lin-Manuel Miranda

#3  AACD Charitable Foundation

Give Back A Smile

Mission and Purpose

The American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry Charitable Foundation (AACDCF) assists in rebuilding the smiles and lives of adults who’ve suffered dental injuries from domestic and sexual violence, through compassionate cosmetic dental services and support programs.

Since the program’s 1999 inception, AACD member dentists, dental laboratories, and other dental professionals have volunteered their time and expertise to restore the damaged smiles of more than 1,800 people for a total dollar value of more than $17 million. There are currently around 100 people receiving smile restorations across the United States.

They are committed to their core values which are:

Integrity: We approach all situations and stakeholders with respect, transparency, and we uphold the highest level of moral and ethical standards. We respect the confidential nature of our GBAS patient work and actively strive to protect program applicant information.

Generosity: Our success depends on the generosity of our volunteers and supporters. We foster a culture that honors and recognizes those who make our work possible.

Peace: We believe that everyone deserves to live a life that is free of danger and violence. While we work to heal the effects of domestic violence, we also strive to promote awareness about domestic violence in hopes of stopping it.

Compassion: We have a strong desire to provide our services in a caring and empathic manner by actively working toward understanding what our program applicants have survived.

Compliance: We recognize that the organization operates in a regulated environment by virtue of its tax-exempt status under section 501(c)(3) of the U.S. Internal Revenue Code and are conscious of the need to comply with the constraints and obligations of that status.

Becoming A Member and Getting Involved

The American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry (AACD) Charitable Foundation’s Give Back a Smile (GBAS) program connects adult survivors of domestic and/or sexual violence with volunteer cosmetic dentists who donate their time and services to restore their smiles. Dental services are available throughout the United States.

Since the program’s 1999 inception, more than 1,800 people have had their smiles restored through the Give Back a Smile program.

You can apply to be involved in the by reading about the GBAS program here.

Contact Information

Website  |  (800) 543-9220  | givebackasmile@aacd.com

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#4  Henry Schein Cares Foundation

Wearing is Caring

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Mission and Purpose

The Henry Schein Cares Foundation was established in 2008 by Henry Schein Inc.

The Henry Schein Cares Foundation is  a philanthropic vehicle to support innovation within the dental industry, promote the health care profession, with a primary focus of enhancing access to oral health care among underserved and ask-risk communities.

The foundation supports initiatives that provide wellness and preventative health care, which is critical better health outcomes.

They are supported by organizations and health care professionals to help close the gap in access to care for vulnerable communities.

They seek to support diverse providers, leaders, and global public health experts to advance the quality and capacity of health care professionals, offering innovative solutions towards greater health equity.

When a natural, humanitarian, or public health crisis strikes, they activate a global network of partners to aid in response and relief efforts for communities in need. Learn more.

Becoming A Member and Getting Involved

The most recent initiative of the Henry Schein Cares Foundation is the Wearing is Caring public health campaign. You can learn more about Wearing is Caring here.

The Henry Schein Cares Foundation supports several philanthropic foundations and organizations. These foundations include the following and several others:

  1. Choose Healthy Life
  2. Society of American Indian Dentists (SAID)
  3. Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes (CSKT)
  4. Hispanic Dental Association
  5. Holocaust Survivors Oral Health Program

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“Service to others is the rent you pay for our room here on earth.” - Mohammed Ali

#5  Oral Cancer Foundation

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Mission and Purpose

The Oral Cancer Foundation’s mission is to change patient’s lives today, while altering outcomes in the future. They do this by helping to fund life-saving research and work that elucidates mechanisms for early discovery or oral cancer. In addition, they provide direct peer to peer support for oral cancer patients, their caregivers, and disseminate vetted professional information on oral and oropharyngeal cancer.

For more than a decade there has been an annual increase in the rate of occurrence of oral and oropharyngeal cancers. This is expected to continue as there is no national screening policy or protocol, and the risk factors for the disease continue to be relatively unchanged.

Each year approximately 54,000 people in the US will be newly diagnosed with oral cancer. This includes those cancers that occur in the mouth itself, (salivary gland cancers, tongue cancers, mucosal soft tissue cancers), in the very back of the mouth known as the oropharynx, (primarily tonsil and tonsillar crypt and base of tongue), and on the exterior lips of the mouth.

The Oral Cancer Foundation is a national public service, IRS registered 501(c)3 head and neck cancer charity.

Oral and oropharyngeal cancers are the largest group of those cancers which fall into the head and neck cancer category. Common names for it include such things as mouth cancer, tongue cancer, tonsil cancer, and throat cancer.

Becoming A Member and Getting Involved

After becoming an OCF member you may get involved in several ways:

Volunteering: The foundation relies on the help and dedication of volunteers who selflessly donate their time. If you’d like to get involved you can learn more about volunteering by sending an email to volunteers@oralcancerfoundation.org.

Start A Memorial Fund: Families and organizations who wish to raise money for the oral cancer cause in memory of a friend or loved one, have set up special funds within the non-profit structure of The Oral Cancer Foundation. If you would like to establish a memorial fund for someone, please contact OCF’s Director, Brian Hill at the foundation’s main number (949) 723-4400.

Become a Screening Partner: You can get involved as a screening partner by going to this link.

Become a Corporate Sponsor: Corporate Sponsors are the backbone of the Oral Cancer Foundation regularly donating more than 90% of all funds. OCF is aggressively seeking benevolent corporate sponsors for a variety of initiatives. To get involved as a corporate sponsor contact the main office.

Donations: You can make a financial contribution on this page of their website.

Contact Information

Website  |  (949) 723-4400  | info@oralcancerfoundation.org

“The meaning of life is to find your gift. The purpose of life is to give it away. ” - Pablo Picasso

#6  TeamSmile

Mission and Purpose

Partnering with some of the major brands in the dental industry, TeamSmile’s mission is to provide children in need with a life-changing dental experience through the power of team sports.

TeamSmile is the nation’s premier advocacy group that partners oral health professionals with professional athletic organizations to provide life-changing dental care to underserved children in communities around the nation.

By partnering with professional sports organizations, TeamSmile is able to create an experience that develops bonds between children’s organizations, oral health professionals, surrounding communities, and the athletes that solidify a message that oral health care is vitally important to long-term health.

Through this experience, children receive free oral health education, screening, treatment, and are taught that the mouth and body are linked for overall health.

Becoming A Member and Getting Involved

Volunteering: Dentists and team members can get involved by volunteering their most precious asset, time. TeamSmile relies on the generous efforts of volunteers who have made a commitment to help the lives of children in their communities.

Fundraising: You can check out suggested fundraising ideas and events here.

Donations: Dentists and team members can also donate directly to the foundation. Donations are used to serve children in underserved communities with preventative care, education and dental treatment.

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#7  National Children’s Oral Health Foundation

Americas ToothFairy

Mission and Purpose

Millions of children are without access to dental services and face ongoing health consequences as a result, including untreated tooth decay and other, more intensive dental needs.

As a resource provider, America’s ToothFairy increases access to oral health care by supporting nonprofit clinics and community partners delivering education, prevention and treatment services for underserved children.

America’s ToothFairy mission is to ensure all children can access dental care and learn about oral health.

Since America’s ToothFairy inception it has raised more than 11 million dollars for children in need.

Becoming A Member and Getting Involved

Americas ToothFairy invites you and your team to get involved in many ways, including:

Dental Resource Program: The Dental Resource Program (DRP), provides an array of support to nonprofit dental clinics and programs serving more than 500,000 children nationwide! Resources available to member clinics include, financial grants, dental products and equipment, educational materials, and community engagement. Learn More.

In The GAP Program: Thanks to generous donations, the In the Gap Program can provide grants for patients who have insufficient dental coverage for services that cost more than their family can afford. Grants are limited to Dental Resource Program clinics. DRP members will be notified by email when grant cycles are open. Learn More.

Special Kids Program: More than 12.5 million children in the U.S. have special healthcare needs and face additional challenges in maintaining oral health and accessing care. With the financial assistance of donors, the Special Kids Program supports education and services benefiting children with physical, intellectual and developmental disabilities. Learn More.

Shop For Good: This online store has an array of sweatshirts, t-shirts that you can purchase. All proceeds go to support the cause.  Check out the store!

Products With A Cause: Dental practices can purchase supplies and materials and a portion of the proceeds are donated to the America’s ToothFairy mission. See the products.

Contact Information

Website  |  (704) 350-1600  | info@ncohf.org

“We make a living by what we get. We make a life by what we give.” - Winston Churchill

#8  America’s Dentists Care Foundation

Missions Of Mercy

Mission and Purpose

The ADCF began providing needed dental equipment to dental Missions Of Mercy (MOM) clinics and other charitable dental clinics in 2008. Since then, their shared impact has been overwhelming.

To date, ADCF-supported clinics in 31 states have provided 275,000 patients with nearly $190 million in charitable oral health care.

The America’s Dentists Care Foundation (ADCF) is dedicated to making quality oral health care possible for all, especially those in underserved communities. The ADCF achieves the foundation’s goals by acquiring, maintaining and delivering top-of-the-line dental clinic equipment and expertise necessary to support and conduct dental clinics that benefit those in need.

The ADCF is funded by private donations, state dental foundations, and other charitable clinic organizations.

Becoming A Member and Getting Involved

The ADCF relies heavily on their supporters.

If you want to participate you should jump on the opportunity now. The ADCF schedule fills up fast. You can learn more about the clinics and partners who are participating here.

Volunteering: For those interested in volunteering at a MOM dental clinic you should contact an event coordinator through your state dental society.

Donations: Help the ADFC in it’s mission to provide oral health care to all by donating. You can do that on this page.

Contact Information

Website  |  (316) 260-5056  | Contact Page

“Money is not the only commodity that is fun to give. We can give time, we can give out expertise, we can give our love, or simple give a smile. What does that cost? The point is, none of us can ever run out of something worthwhile to give.” - Steve Goodier

#9  Patterson Foundation

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Mission and Purpose

The Patterson Foundation’s goal is to create meaningful impact for their employees, industries and underserved communities who are in need of oral health care. Through quarterly grants, the Patterson Foundation supports nonprofit organizations.

The grants help organizations provide essential dental services, youth leadership organizations, and so much more. Additionally, the Patterson Foundation’s Dollars for Doers program donates $100 per Patterson employee to the organization where they volunteered.

They award scholarships to eligible dependents of Patterson employees in the U.S., U.K. and Canada. This program helps students with the cost of post-secondary education at an accredited two- or four-year college or vocational/technical school – strengthening future generations.

Since the foundation began they have given more than 16 million dollars, nearly 500 scholarships, and donated more than 72,000 dollars for the Dollars for Doers program.

Becoming A Member and Getting Involved

Dollars for Doers: Introduced in 2019, Patterson’s Dollars for Doers program donates $100 to a nonprofit organization in which two or more Patterson employees volunteer their time. Volunteering can include in-person volunteering, virtual volunteering, chaperoning at schools, a 5K, shopping and donating items for a drive, serving on a board of directors, event coordination and skills-based activities like web design, accounting or consulting and more. Join a work friend, volunteer, and make money for your favorite charity. Find out more and get involved.

Fundraisers: Patterson holds numerous opportunities to raise funds for the Foundation such as their annual golf tournament and ImpACT Dash 5K.

Donations: Anyone can support the Patterson Foundation’s work in their communities with a donation. Adding to the contributions of the generous donors who created the Patterson Foundation, along with our efforts to grow these gifts, enables the Foundation to do even more to assist those in need in our communities. Learn More.

 

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#10  The Diversity Foundation – Ultradent

Youth Of Diversity (AKA ‘Lost Boys’)

Mission and Purpose

The Foundation’s mission is to strengthen and align global communities. We intend to accomplish this by empowering vulnerable and underprivileged children with access to quality education. Through educational tools Diversity supports and encourages mindful awareness of the value of diversity and a respect of our ethnic and cultural heritage.

Youth Of Diversity assists young men (aka “Lost Boys”) and women who are former members of the Fundamentalist Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints (“FLDS”), a polygamist community in southern Utah and northern Arizona.

Many of these young people have excelled scholastically. They continue to receive high marks of achievement in high school and college. They are enthusiastic about their education and have pursued college degrees in areas of engineering, medical, accounting, business, law, psychology, et al. Because of outside support, The Diversity Foundation can assist these children with the opportunity to be self-determined and contributing adults.

The Survival Manual is a resource guide for young adults who have left the support of their families and need to make it on their own. The manual is geared toward success of surviving the challenges of life. It is not a guaranteed resource for your success, personal happiness, or peace of mind but is meant to be used to assist you in your ability to overcome some of life’s difficulties and take care of yourself. Download the Survival Manual

Becoming A Member and Getting Involved

The Diversity Foundation has provided resources for those who would like to help. Help with housing and educational resources are greatly appreciated. Go to the How You Can Help page to learn more.

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#11  Soldiers Angels

Treats for Troops

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Mission and Purpose

Military service means complete commitment to something larger than one’s self, selflessly bearing the responsibility for the security of everything we hold dear in the United States. Soldiers’ Angels’ purpose is to honor that commitment, provide aid, comfort, and resources to military, veterans, and their families.

Soldier’s Angels global network of volunteers represents all 50 states, Washington DC, and 31 countries over seas. These volunteers work so that those who serve or have served are supported, uplifted, and remembered through a variety of support programs.

Becoming A Member and Getting Involved

Soldier’s Angels offers dental practices several opportunities to get involved.

Volunteering: Soldiers Angels provides virtual and in-person volunteering opportunties as well as food distribution and special campaigns. You can learn more about all the volunteering opportunties here.

Other Ways To Give: Check out the many ways to give on this page. Make sure to check out the Special Campaigns page which highlights a campaign called Treats For Troops, which is a perfect opportunity for dentists and their teams to get involved.

Contact Information

Website | 210-629-0020 | info@soldiersangels.org

“It is every man's obligation to put back into the world at least the equivalent of what he takes out of it.” - Albert Einstein

#12  Dental Lifeline Network

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Mission and Purpose

Dental Lifeline Network (DLN) is a national charitable organization whose mission is to improve the oral health of people with disabilities or who are elderly or medically fragile and have no other way to get help.

DLN accomplishes its mission by developing and coordinating collaborative relationships that provide essential resources for direct-service programs, especially charitable care.

Through their flagship program, Donated Dental Services (DDS), dental care is provided through a national network of over 15,000 volunteer dentists and 3,400 volunteer laboratories. Dental Lifeline Network has 60 staff members. Many, located throughout the United States, serve as Program Coordinators who work with these volunteers, linking them with patients in need of care.

DDS provides real help for real people with real problems. Every dollar donated to Dental Lifeline Network generates $8.87 in care.

Becoming A Member and Getting Involved

There are a few ways of participating with the Dental Lifeline Network:

Volunteering: Join the 3,400 nationwide lab volunteers and over 15,000 volunteer dentists. For dental practices and labs wanting to get involved, please fill out the form on this page to apply to become a volunteer.

Donations: Anyone can donate to the cause. All proceeds go to disadvantaged and underserved communities and individuals, especially the elderly and those that are medically fragile. You can donate here.

Contact Information

Website  |  (303) 534-5360  | administrator@DentalLifeline.org

“There is no better exercise for your heart than reaching down and helping to lift someone up.” - Bernard Meltzer

#13  Smiles For Everyone Foundation

Mission and Purpose

The mission of the Smiles for Everyone Foundation is simple, “To deliver “Smiles for Everyone!” by providing free dental care to those in need, both at home in the U.S. and around the world.”

The foundation started in 2011 and since then has helped more than 40,ooo smiles in 7 countries, with more than 30 million dollars in donated dentistry.

This mission grew from Smile Brands Inc.’s philosophy of delivering “Smiles for Everyone” including patients, affiliated providers and employees, as well as the community. By providing pro bono dental services to underserved communities around the world, they bring this philosophy to life and give back in a way that only dentists can.

Becoming A Member and Getting Involved

To get involved you can become a sponsor or get involved in a projects. Projects are broken into Community and International Smile Projects. Choose from several different project initiatives:

Days of Giving:Volunteers from across a Smile Brands market join together at a central office to host a day-long free dental clinic to provide basic dental services for pre-qualified individuals in need from their local community.

Patients are referred to a Day of Giving through the Foundation’s partnerships with nonprofit organizations in the local community.

To create a more dignified experience for a Day of Giving patient, all patients schedule their appointment in advance to ensure that they will be seen and that they won’t have to wait hours in long lines outside the office. Get Involved!

Smile Makeovers: Smile Brands affiliated providers and support staff provide extensive dental services for select individuals in need from their local community. These patients are often identified at a Day of Giving as someone needing services that cannot be completed at a Day of Giving, including root canals, dentures and implants.

They may also be a returning patient who simply cannot afford extensive care and has no insurance to cover it. A provider will decide to offer these services pro-bono to a patient, and the patient will receive complete restorative services, a full Smile Makeover.

Implanting Inspiration: In partnership with Smile Brands Inc.Implant Direct and DDS Lab, selects patients in need who then receive dental implants free of charge. 

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#14  National Breast Cancer Foundation

Breast Cancer Awareness Month

Mission and Purpose

Although the National Breast Cancer Foundation is not an oral health initiative, supporting breast cancer awareness is a great dental marketing opportunity. One that works so well we had to mention it.

Founded 1991 by breast cancer survivor Janelle Hail, the foundation’s mission is committed to help and inspire those who have been affected by breast cancer through early detection, education, and support.

1 in 8 women will be diagnosed with breast cancer in her lifetime. NBCF provides hope through early detection, education, and support services.

Becoming A Member and Getting Involved

You can get involved in several ways:

Donations: You can donate directly to the cause. Proceeds are used to support the foundations’s mission.

Corporate Sponsorships: Why become a partner with the NBCF? Companies can help to fill in the gaps of cancer care through educational tools, detection services, and support, before, during and after diagnosis. Organizations make a significant impact. Become a corporate partner with NBCF.

Fundraising: Get involved by starting or joining a fundraiser. If you’re interested you can check out more information here.

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“Love cannot remain by itself, it has no meaning. Love has to be put into action and that action is service.” - Mother Teresa

#15  Charitable Smiles

Mission and Purpose

Charitable Smiles’ goal is to help as many people as possible, which is why they have NOT narrowed their assistance to any specific area or dental specialty. They found this strategy to be counterproductive and collaborate with every dental specialty in the industry.

Their efficient charity model of using practicing dental clinics and dentists to facilitate cause related dentistry translates to a zero dollars wasted on infrastructure.

Usually dentists who want to participate in charity dentistry are forced to write off the full cost of expenses associated with a treatment, but with Charitable Smiles a dentist can volunteer chair time to Charitable Smiles patients.

Becoming A Member and Getting Involved

Charity opportunties are:

Partnerships: Dentists can donate chair time to provide dental services to those in need. Please reach out to the charity directly if this is what you’d like to do.

Donations: Each one million dollars raised roughly equates to 7,200 patients served. If you’re interested in donating to the charity you can do that here.

Consumers or patients looking to Nominate A Patient for care, can do that on this page.

Contact Information

Website  |  (317) 912-0169  |  info@charitablesmiles.org

“The simplest acs of kindness are by far more powerful than a thousand heads bowing in prayer.” - Mahatma Ghandi

#16  Oral Health Foundation

National Smile Month & Mouth Cancer Action Month

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Mission and Purpose

Originating in the UK and serving dentists in the United States, the Oral health Foundation has several charitable dental marketing opportunities.

In April 2016 the British Dental Health Foundation changed their name to The Oral Health Foundation to better represent their growing body or global influence and work.

The Oral Health Foundation is an independent charity (not for profit) dedicated to improving oral health and wellbeing around the world. For more than 45 years we have continued to provide expert, independent and impartial advice on all aspects of oral health directly to those who need it most.

We work closely with governments, dental and health professionals, manufacturers, the dental trade, national and local agencies and the public, to achieve our mission of addressing the inequalities which exist in oral health, changing people’s lives for the better.

Formed in 1971, the concept of preventive dentistry and the benefits which could ensue from it were then very new and being practiced by only a small proportion of the dental profession. The founding fathers of the Oral Health Foundation wished to see the preventive message that ‘Teeth are for Life’ spread as widely as possible, with the aim of improving the overall oral health of everyone.

Becoming A Member and Getting Involved

We organize and run two annual campaigns in the UK, which we also support in the USA, National Smile Month and Mouth Cancer Action Month, in addition to school-based programmes like Dental Buddy. We use these campaigns to spread public awareness of oral health issues via the press while encouraging the health profession to be more active in education and oral health promotion in their local communities.

These campaigns have also grown overseas. We have helped health bodies and organisations in Ireland, the United States of America and the Middle East, all conduct their very own National Smile Month. We have also assisted oral health associations in eastern Europe organise dedicated mouth cancer campaigns.

Contact Information

Website | +44(0) 1788 546 365  | mail@dentalhealth.org

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