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Reflections on Venezuela From a Mobile Dental Van

What would it take to leave everything you know behind? To have a well-established job as a medical professional in your home country, and to watch as food and medicine prices in your local store skyrocket to entirely unaffordable amounts? What would it be like to decide that it would be better – and safer – to leave it all behind than to stay?

Boldly Breaking Barriers 4.2 Million Times

Supporters like you had a tremendous impact on people’s lives last year, and we’re excited to share just a handful of accomplishments before the release of our full 2019 Annual Report. Every number on this page represents a person. Someone…

What Are Dental Care Deserts?

We are concerned about the thousands of people who are without dental insurance who can’t afford this life-saving care. Imagine having to travel multiple hours just to see a dentist, and then not being able to afford it. We are in a dental care crisis where the need is greater than the ability to fulfill it.

Serving the Local Community With Mobile Dental Vans

Mobile Dental volunteers and patients represent the amazing work taking place right now in our own backyard. Here are two stories that demonstrate how strong our local communities are.

Mobile Dental Creates Lasting Smiles

As 2018 came to a close, two stories show how a few dentists volunteering their time, a fully-equipped mobile clinic and a lot of heart can make life-changing impacts on people’s lives.

Helping the Vulnerable in our Own Communities

For some, dental care is an expensive luxury. Unable to pay for care, they might endure dental pain for months or even years…

American Veteran: “This is my dental plan.”

“This is my dental plan. Without it, I’d have lost four teeth.”

Jose’s Path to Health Includes Mobile Dental Clinic

It hurts “like hell, like I lost my jaw.”

Tracy Feels Healthier Down the Road

“Thank you for having these vans available for the people who need it.”

Tina’s Story of Hope in the Midst of Dental Pain

“I hang out with the pain as long as I can take it.”