The innocent smile of children is one of the true happiness of life that adults receive. Give Kids A Smile Day, also known as Give Kids A Smile week, is a free dental care program for children aged 1-18, especially uninsured, uninsured or uninsured children. Haven't been to the dentist in a long time. Give Kids a Smile Day is usually held on the first Friday of February, founded by the American Dental Association (ADA).
Give Kids a Smile Day was founded by the American Dental Association to provide free dental care to children. Children need dental care at all times, and deserve the care of doctors, dentists, dental hygienists and aides and volunteers who are skilled in caring for their dental.
Give Kids a Smile Day history
Most of the time when children are young, their teeth have not been cared for and taken care of, easily causing them to suffer from dental diseases such as tooth decay, gingivitis, misaligned teeth...
In 2003, the American Dental Association established the Give Kids A Smile program, giving dentists the opportunity to come into their community to provide dental services such as education, dental health, and dental care, preventive health and treatment for children in families in the United States who cannot afford the expenses.
The Give Kids a Smile program was originally just a one-day event in February. Then, because of its importance and meaning, Give Kids a Smile developed into a national program that is held every year. Give Kids a Smile is also an integral part of the Dental Health programs of the American Dental Association. With the noble goal of ending dental health problems for all Americans, especially those who need it, by providing specialist services.
How to observe Give Kids a Smile Day
On Give Kids a Smile Day, dentists, oral health support staff, volunteers will be mobilized by the American Dental Association to prepare for oral health services, as well as dental care services such as educational programs, instructing people on how to take care of and prevent dental diseases. Join that staff if you have the right knowledge of the dental specialty. You can also bring your child in and check for dental problems. When you receive these free services, don't forget to express your sincere thanks to the medical team as well as the American Dental Association for providing the opportunity to provide services and knowledge to everyone. By spreading awareness about Give Kids A Smile day, please share it with your friends around and on the media to let more people know about it with the hashtag #GiveKidsASmileDay.
ObservedGive Kids a Smile Day has been observed the first Friday in February.
Friday, February 7th, 2020
Friday, February 5th, 2021
Friday, February 4th, 2022
Friday, February 3rd, 2023
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Dr. Jeff Dalin in 2002