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Delta Dental of South Dakota ordered the new trucks for its mobile program that provides dental care to kids who can’t afford or access a dentist. The pair of highly specialized vehicles will be used to treat kids starting next week.
Delta Dental of South Dakota is ordering two new mobile dental trucks to continue serving kids across the state as part of the non-profit company’s mobile program.
It might have been the nine year old boy in Oglala who was getting a dental exam. Or it could have been the two fillings for the three year old girl in Rapid City. Last week, one of them was the 30,000th time a patient had been treated on one of Delta Dental’s mobile trucks.
A special three-year project to improve children’s oral health on South Dakota’s Native American reservations showed significant success. Initially funded with federal grant money, Delta Dental of South Dakota is continuing the program on an ongoing basis as a new part of its mobile program.
Delta Dental of South Dakota will soon have another Smile Mobile to replace the mobile dental truck lost to fire earlier this summer.
Delta Dental of South Dakota is encouraging parents to schedule a dentist appointment for their kids as part of their back to school preparations.
Most Americans know there is a general connection between oral health and overall health, but many aren’t aware of specific connections. That’s one of the findings of the Delta Dental Oral Health and Well-Being Survey1 announced last week.
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The Circle of Smiles reservation-based oral health program recently held an oral health themed art contest in hopes to get the youth thinking about “How do I keep my smile healthy.”
If a smile is worth a thousand words, then the Dakota Smiles Dental Bus is worth it's weight in gold. These buses provide kids ages 0-21 with free dental health and hygene and this treatment is often
Dakota Smiles reaches $10 million dollars in oral health services across South Dakota
The USA Today newspaper featured the Dakota Smiles mobile dental program for serving their 20,000th patient.
In celebration of its 50th anniversary, Delta Dental of South Dakota provided $1,000 dollars to each employee and board member to give to a nonprofit organization of their choice through a project called ‘We Give.’
Delta Dental of South Dakota’s President and CEO, Scott Jones, was named Chairman of the National Delta Dental Plans Association (DDPA) Board of Directors.
Circle of Smiles Program featured in the Argus Leader, "Reservation dental care gets $3.3 million boost"
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