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Oct 14 2020
The American Dental Association recently announced that registration for 2021 Give Kids A Smile events is now open! The deadline to qualify for free products to support your event is Nov. 13, 2020. In the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic and the uncertainty of when we can return to “normal,” we know that you may be unsure at this time ... [continue reading]
Oct 14 2020
The Greater Cleveland Dental Society and Case Western Reserve University ASDA students donated Give Kids A Smile supplies to Big Brothers Big Sisters of Greater Cleveland. One of the biggest annual dental events to help Ohio children is Give Kids A Smile, a year-round children’s access to care and oral health education program. Like many ... [continue reading]
Oct 14 2020
Steph DuBois (center), marketing director at Northstar Family Dental, delivers a check to the Ohio Give Kids A Smile program, pictured with ODA Manager of Public Service and ODA Foundation Carley Circosta and ODA Executive Director David Owsiany. Northstar Family Dental recently made a $2,500 donation to the Ohio Give Kids A Smile ... [continue reading]
Feb 14 2020
Volunteers provided comprehensive dental care to 90 children at the Give Kids A Smile Ohio kickoff on Feb. 8 at The Ohio State University College of Dentistry. The 2020 Give Kids A Smile Ohio kickoff event took place at The Ohio State University College of Dentistry on Feb. 8. At the event, 40 faculty and residents, 140 dental students and 21 ... [continue reading]
Jan 16 2020
The 2020 Give Kids A Smile kickoff will take place at The Ohio State University College of Dentistry on Feb. 8. The 2020 Give Kids A Smile Ohio kickoff event will take place at The Ohio State University College of Dentistry on Feb. 8. “Serving as the launch site for the statewide Give Kids A Smile event demonstrates our College of ... [continue reading]
Oct 17 2019
Give Kids A Smile registration is now available on the ADA Foundation website. Events registered by Nov. 13 will qualify for free products to give to kids at events and dental supplies to provide screenings, cleanings, fluoride varnish and sealants. GKAS activities include free dental care and/or free oral health education for children. Many ... [continue reading]
Sep 5 2019
Dentists, their staff members and others planning to hold Give Kids A Smile events any time in 2020 should plan to register those activities during October 2019. Events registered between Oct. 1 and Nov. 13, 2019 will qualify to receive free products to support their events such as toothbrush and toothpaste giveaways and dental supplies to perform ... [continue reading]
Mar 11 2019
ODA President Dr. Michael Halasz sees a patient at the Give Kids A Smile Ohio kickoff on Feb. 8 at the Butler Tech Bioscience Center. More than 30 children in need received dental care at the Give Kids A Smile Ohio kickoff event on Feb. 8. At the event, volunteer dentists from the Keely Dental Society partnered with dental assisting students at ... [continue reading]
Jan 8 2019
The 2019 Give Kids A Smile Ohio kickoff event will take place at Butler Tech Bioscience Center in West Chester on Gives Kids A Smile Day, which is Feb. 1. The 2019 Give Kids A Smile Ohio kickoff event will take place at Butler Tech Bioscience Center in West Chester on Give Kids A Smile Day, which is Feb. 1. At the event, volunteer dentists from ... [continue reading]
Oct 4 2018
Give Kids A Smile registration is now available on the ADA Foundation website.  Events registered by Nov. 9 will qualify for free products to give to kids at events and dental supplies to provide screenings, cleanings, fluoride varnish and sealants.  GKAS activities include free dental care and/or free oral health education for ... [continue reading]
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