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Over $230,000 of pro bono dental treatment has been provided to disadvantaged patients by our volunteers in the first 3 months of 2022. Read the full report here
Read the full Quarterly Impact Report here
ADHF volunteers continue to support the disadvantaged despite the challenges to dentistry presented by COVID-19. The boys from BackTrack attending a Dental Rescue Day in Tamworth Read the full Report
A public-private partnership between the University of Sydney and Pacific Smiles Group enables students to provide comprehensive dental care to disadvantaged members of the community. Read the full PDF
We are delighted to report another successful quarter of the volunteer dental programs, with over $311,000 of free dental treatment provided by volunteer dentists around Australia.
Australian dentists dig deep to help those who cannot easily access or afford dental care and the Foundation achieves outstanding results for the quarter. [pdf-embedder url="https://adhf.org.au/wp-content/uploads/2021/01/Quarterly-Impact-Report-01.10.2020-to-31.12.2020.pdf" title="Quarterly Impact Report 01.10.2020 to 31.12.2020"]
Despite the impact of COVID-19, volunteer dentists around Australia continue to make a difference, providing treatment to vulnerable and disadvantaged community members. Read more in our Quarterly Impact Report.
This year, during Dental Health Week, the ADA and Australian Dental Health Foundation (ADHF) are partnering with Throat Scope® to coordinate free oral health screening clinics in select Amcal pharmacies around Australia. These screenings, which will take place on Saturday 10th August between 10 am and 3 pm, are aimed at…
This National Volunteer Week (20 - 26 May 2019), the ADHF would like to acknowledge all the dentists and practice staff who make a world of difference by volunteering. We applaud your generosity and commitment to helping disadvantaged Australians in need of dental care. Some of the dentists making a…