What We Do

Oral Health Programs - Head Start and America's ToothFairyThe mission of America’s ToothFairy is to eliminate children’s pain and suffering from preventable pediatric dental disease and improve quality of life for at-risk children. As Educator, Preventer and Protector, America’s ToothFairy drives systems change by delivering proven programs and resources that expand access to care and education, improve oral health literacy, and promote overall wellness. Below is a brief listing of our oral health programs:

For Young Children, Parents & Caregivers

Kids Club – Promoting positive oral health habits for young children through fun educational activities, tips and personalized letters from the ToothFairy.

For Youth

Boy & Girl Scout Patch Program – Rewarding Boy and Girl Scouts for oral health activities through the “Real Life ToothFairy” and “Real Life SuperHero” participation patches.

#MySmileMatters Youth Movement – Engaging teens in a national movement to improve oral health education.

Tomorrow’s Smiles® – Recognizing caring dental professionals for providing pro bono restorative services to at-risk children and teens.

For College & Professional Students

Students United with America’s ToothFairy® – Mobilizing college and professional student volunteers to enhance local service delivery and implement educational and prevention-oriented programs.

For Professionals

Esther Wilkins Education Program – Equipping volunteer dental hygienists and dental hygiene students with educational resources for outreach activities.

Dental Clinic Resource Program – Delivering financial, product and technical support to 100+ nonprofit children’s dental clinics and oral health programs that provide education, preventive and restorative care to vulnerable children.

Practice of Distinction – Positioning caring dentists as oral health champions while providing an array of marketing and community engagement resources.

Oral Health Zone Program – Bringing together corporate and civic leaders, allied health professionals, educators and others in a community-based approach to effectively break the cycle of pediatric dental disease.

For Communities

Smile Drive – Elevating awareness of the importance of oral health through a national campaign to collect oral care products for underserved children.