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WDA Foundation’s Donated Dental Services provides another 177 elderly, disabled with $730,000 in needed care

WEST ALLIS, WIS., Aug. 14, 2017 – One-hundred and seventy-seven disabled, senior, low-income and uninsured Wisconsin adults received $730,192 in much-needed charitable dental care between July 1, 2016 and June 30, 2017 through the Wisconsin Dental Association Foundation’s Donated Dental Services program. In addition, dental laboratories contributed $44,833 in materials and services. Continue Reading WDA Foundation’s Donated Dental Services provides another 177 elderly, disabled with $730,000 in needed care

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WDA dentists privately donate $9.6 million annually in charitable care

WEST ALLIS, WIS., April 20, 2017 – A recent survey shows Wisconsin Dental Association dentists quietly donate an estimated $9.6 million in charitable care through their practices every year, in addition to volunteering with organized events and at local community clinics and separate from non-reimbursed care provided to medical assistance patients. Continue Reading WDA dentists privately donate $9.6 million annually in charitable care

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WDA recognizes 17 for contributions to dentistry, public oral health

WEST ALLIS, WIS., Nov. 10, 2016 – Dr. Eugene (Gene) Shoemaker, a general dentist who lives and practices in Waukesha, is the 2016 Wisconsin Dental Association Lifetime Achievement Award recipient in recognition of his significant contributions of time, energy and expertise to organized dentistry throughout his 27-year career. Continue Reading WDA recognizes 17 for contributions to dentistry, public oral health

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WDA Foundation’s Donated Dental Services provides another 161 elderly, disabled with $578,000 in needed care

WEST ALLIS, WIS., Sept. 27, 2016 – Some 537 volunteer dentists provided 161 disabled, senior, poor and uninsured adults across the Badger State with $578,356 in much-needed charitable dental care between July 1, 2015 and June 30, 2016 through the Wisconsin Dental Association Foundation’s Donated Dental Services program. In addition, 96 dental laboratories contributed $41,848 in materials and services. Continue Reading WDA Foundation’s Donated Dental Services provides another 161 elderly, disabled with $578,000 in needed care

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