• Delta Dental of Oklahoma Offers Free Mouthguards for Young Athletes

    April is Youth Sports Safety Month, and Delta Dental of Oklahoma and the Delta Dental of Oklahoma Foundation (DDOKF) have launched a new initiative encouraging young children to wear mouthguards while playing sports. Continue reading Delta Dental of Oklahoma Offers Free Mouthguards for Young Athletes

    Delta Dental of Oklahoma Funds Clinic on OU-Tulsa Campus

    Delta Dental of Oklahoma and the Delta Dental of Oklahoma Foundation have donated a $2 million gift to The University of Oklahoma College of Dentistry for a new state-of-the-art dental clinic on the OU-Tulsa campus. As recognition of the gift, the clinic is named the Delta Dental of Oklahoma Comprehensive Care Clinic.
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    Delta Dental of Oklahoma Tops List of Best Places to Work in Oklahoma

    Rankings for the 2021 Best Places to Work in Oklahoma were announced, and Delta Dental of Oklahoma (DDOK) was ranked No. 1 of 20 honorees in the small/medium category. This is the second year in a row DDOK ranked first among small/medium businesses. Continue reading Delta Dental of Oklahoma Tops List of Best Places to Work in Oklahoma

    ‘Tis the Season to Donate to Dental Care!

    Our Foundation is proud to partner with organizations throughout the state to advance Delta Dental of Oklahoma’s mission to advance the oral wellness of our fellow Oklahomans.

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    DDOK Named No. 2 on List of Best Places to Work in Oklahoma

    Best Places to Work (BPTW) in Oklahoma 2019 rankings were announced late last week. Delta Dental of Oklahoma (DDOK) was ranked No. 2 of 27 honorees in the small/medium company category. DDOK appeared in position 3 on this same list in 2018.

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    Four unexpected foods that are good for your smile, and two you should avoid

    In today’s health-conscious world, people are seeking cleaner dining options and wellness-centered activities. Consumer reports from the past couple of years have noted a rise in vegetable-forward dishes, as well as varied food options for those with dietary restrictions or different dietary preferences. Continue reading Four unexpected foods that are good for your smile, and two you should avoid

    5 Oral Health Tips for Seniors

    May is National Older Americans Month. Adults over 65 visit the dentist less than any other age group, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. However, as we age our bodies require more care and are at greater risk for disease than when we were younger. Below are six tips for seniors for maintaining good oral health habits and attitudes. Continue reading 5 Oral Health Tips for Seniors