Members of the Pennsylvania Dental Association (PDA), a constituency of the American Dental Association (ADA), care about your oral health care needs and the ability for you to access quality affordable dental services in a timely manner. Here are some valuable resources on how to improve your oral health and information on where to find care.
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|Pennsylvania Dental Association
Organization representing Pennsylvania’s dentists and the patients they serve. Access the online Dental Clinic Directory for clinics in your area that offer free or reduced cost services. Use the Virtual Dental Van to find out about insurance programs and how to improve your oral health.
American Dental Association
National organization representing dentists and the leading source of oral health information for dentists and patients.
Find information about mobile two-day dental clinics that offer free services to children and adults at various locations across the state.
Mouth Healthy & Mouth Healthy Kids
Provides online resources to adults and children, as well as tips for avoiding dental problems.
I Like My Teeth
The Campaign for Dental Health provides information on fluoridation and other prevention tools.
|Dental Care Everyday
Provides resources for caregivers on best oral health care practices for the developmentally disabled.
National Maternal & Child Oral Health Resources
Resource for expecting moms about the importance of oral health care during pregnancy and for their children.
Seniors Oral Health
Seniors will find a wealth of information about maintaining oral health as they age.
Oral Health America
Provides information on access to care, oral health education and how to advocate for oral health issues.
Children have fun playing games and engaging in crafts and activites about the importance of oral health.
Donated Dental Services Program
The Donated Dental Services (DDS) program provides free, comprehensive dental treatment to our country’s most vulnerable people with disabilities or who are elderly or medically fragile. These are people who cannot afford necessary treatment and cannot get public aid.
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