VALDEMAR PATIENT STORY – MY FIRST TRIP TO THE DENTIST
Valdemar was 60-years-old before he saw a dentist. Seven years after establishing his dental home with a Wisconsin Dental Association member dentist he says, “I’m a very happy man!” Watch and learn why you, too, should Own Your Smile.
OWN YOUR SMILE PATIENT STORY – VALDEMAR
A 67-year-old man tells why he regrets not seeing his Wisconsin Dental Association dentist sooner and urges others not to delay care, so they can be happy, too! #OwnYourSmile.
MISSION OF MERCY VOICES 2016
Four patients, including a Special Olympics Wisconsin athlete, tell how the seventh WDA Mission of Mercy held in June 2015 in Fond du Lac, Wis. gave them a reason to smile. More than $1.02 million in charitable care was provided by 1,230 volunteers during 1,428 patient visits.
WDA FOUNDATION DONATED DENTAL SERVICES
WDA Foundation’s Donated Dental Services is one way Dentists Do Serve and give back to people in their local communities. Learn about the program and how volunteer dentists, dental labs and donors are working together to improve the oral health of older, low-income Wisconsin residents.
FOX FOCUS – ADA CODE OF ETHICS
Dr. Tom Raimann (Hales Corners) salutes the 150th anniversary of the American Dental Association Code of Ethics and explains why member dentists put the welfare of their patients first in this new FOX Focus #OwnYourSmile segment.
INSESSION ON THE ROAD 2016
Enjoy quality continuing education, networking with colleagues, conferring with industry representatives and saving money and time when you attend WDA InSession On the Road events.
OWN YOUR SMILE PATIENT STORY – SHANNON
Shannon took a bad fall as a toddler which seriously damaged her baby and developing adult teeth. A young woman today, she has her smile back thanks to her Wisconsin Dental Association dentists. #OwnYourSmile
TOOTHACHE TO SMILE
Don’t suffer with toothache pain. #OwnYourSmile and see a Wisconsin Dental Association dentist. “We love to make you smile!”
LOCAL5LIVE – ADA CODE OF ETHICS
WDA Ethics and Dental Relations Committee Chair Dr. Marty Williams (Green Bay) visited WFRV-TV’s Local 5 Live show for National Dentist Day and explained why member dentists commit to the American Dental Association Code of Ethics which has put patients first for 150 years.
LOCAL5LIVE – NATIONAL CHILDREN’S DENTAL HEALTH MONTH
WDA member Dr. Patricia McConnell (Appleton) visited WFRV-TV’s Local 5 Live program during National Children’s Dental Health Month – February – to talk about how cavities are contagious and to share good oral hygiene tips for families.
FOX FOCUS – NATIONAL CHILDREN’S DENTAL HEALTH MONTH
Greater Milwaukee Dental Association President-Elect Dr. Cheska Avery-Stafford (Milwaukee) explains that cavities are contagious, especially during early childhood, in this #OwnYourSmile FOX Focus segment for February – National Children’s Dental Health Month.
OWN YOUR SMILE PATIENT STORY – ANGELA
Hear about one young mom’s dental pain and how her Wisconsin Dental Association dentist changed her life for the better in this Own Your Smile patient story.
FOX FOCUS – COMMUNITY WATER FLUORIDATION
Dr. Monica Hebl (Milwaukee), WDA past-president and former chair of the American Dental Association Council on Access, Prevention and Interprofessional Relations, tells how Wisconsin residents have enjoyed the oral health benefits of community water fluoridation for 70 years in this #OwnYourSmile FOX Focus segment.
LOCAL5LIVE – COMMUNITY WATER FLUORIDATION
WDA Editor Dr. Robert Darling (Sheboygan) visited Local 5 Live to talk about how Wisconsinites’ oral health has benefitted from 70 years of community water fluoridation in this #OwnYourSmile segment.