According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)
, tooth decay is the most common chronic childhood infectious disease in the United States. Untreated tooth decay often results in persistent pain, the inability to eat comfortably or chew well, embarrassment at discolored and damaged teeth and distraction from playing and learning. The good news is tooth decay is highly preventable!
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Delta Dental of Oklahoma (DDOK) is proud to announce Foundation Clinic Coordinator Emma Brito has been accepted to the Dental Hygiene Program at the OU College of Dentistry (OUCOD). She will begin classes at the start of the fall semester in August.
Continue reading DDOK’s Emma Brito Accepted to Dental Hygiene Program at OUCOD
OkMOM’s 10th Anniversary Wrap Up
The 10th annual Oklahoma Mission of Mercy (OkMOM) took place at State Fair Park in Oklahoma City on February 1-2, 2019 and Delta Dental of Oklahoma showed up in a big way. Continue reading A Decade of Improving Oklahoma Smiles
Best Places to Work (BPTW) in Oklahoma 2018 rankings were announced November 1, 2018.
Delta Dental of Oklahoma (DDOK) was ranked No. 3 of 23 honorees in the small/medium company category. DDOK appeared in position 8 on this same list in 2017. Continue reading DDOK Named No. 3 on List of Best Places to Work in Oklahoma
Delta Dental of Oklahoma’s Captain Supertooth is now accepting bookings for free, 30-minute live shows on the newly redesigned website: CaptainSuperTooth.com
. Coinciding with National Superhero Day on April 28, Captain Supertooth’s website offers ‘Super Tips’ for parents and kids, Captain Supertooth sighting photos and performance booking forms.
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Neighborhood Services Organization (NSO) recognized Delta Dental of Oklahoma President and CEO, John Gladden, at the inaugural NSO Good Samaritan Awards Luncheon on April 26, 2018.
Continue reading DDOK President and CEO Receives 2018 Good Samaritan Award
Volunteers from all across Oklahoma came together at the ninth annual Oklahoma Mission of Mercy (OkMOM). Taking place in Durant for the first time, this year’s clinic was staged at the Choctaw Event Center February 2-3.
Continue reading Ninth Annual OkMOM Serves Rural Oklahomans
It looks like the Tooth Fairy tightened her money bag nationwide this year after an all-time high payout in 2016. However, a December poll showed the average Tooth Fairy gift in the southern region, which includes Oklahoma, was $4.12; up from the South’s 2015-2016 average of $3.63.
Continue reading Tooth Fairy Payouts Fall Nationwide