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Delta Dental of Oklahoma Oral Health Foundation is proud to be a co-producer at the eighth annual Oklahoma Mission of Mercy (OkMOM) at the Woodward County Events Center on February 3 and 4, 2017. Volunteers will transform the space into a fully-functional dental facility offering a variety of services including cleanings, fillings, extractions and anterior root canals at no cost to patients.
Captain Supertooth is the Delta Dental of Oklahoma Oral Health Foundation’s costumed superhero, who performs fun and interactive dental education shows at elementary schools across the state.
Delta Dental’s own Trinity Goodwin (aka Captain SuperTooth) is featured as the Ghost of Christmas Past in the annual production of “A Territorial Christmas Carol” playing now at the historic Pollard Theatre in Guthrie. Adapted by gifted Oklahoma playwright, Stephen P. Scott, this version of Charles Dickens’ classic tale of redemption and brotherly love is set in the days of the Oklahoma Land Run.
Dr. Jeannie Bath, Dental Director at Good Shepherd Ministries OKC, has been telling the story of The Three Little Teeth to students for many years. Now, with the help of her brother, Jameson McGee, the story has been illustrated and published.
Delta Dental of Oklahoma Oral Health Foundation announced the recipients of its 2016-2017 Delta Dental Scholarship Fund at the University of Oklahoma College of Dentistry. Scholarships are awarded to dentistry students who have demonstrated academic excellence, as well as a commitment to their communities. Each of the 12 scholarship recipients received $5,000.
Delta Dental of Oklahoma (DDOK) was honored to be named one of the best places to work in Oklahoma for 2016.
A Variety Care health center will be embedded in OSU-OKC’s new Allied Health Building to increase student, faculty and community access to health care and provide the university’s students with cutting-edge training. The clinic is expected to treat approximately 2,000 patients per year.