According to the World Health Organization, it is estimated that oral disease affects at least 3.58 billion people worldwide. Research tells us that oral disease continues to disproportionately affect poor populations around the world. Oral health inequality is perpetuated by social determinants such as place of birth, place of work, education, income, home life, upbringing and age. In recognizing this, we’ve set out to raise the bar and help improve access to oral health care in parts of the world where it’s needed most.

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