Delivering smiles in your community and around the world

Dental cavities are the most common and most preventable disease across the globe.

In the United States, as many as 4.6 million children are unable to get dental care

In developing countries, the dentist to population ratio is as high as 1:1,000,000

*Facts from the World Dental Federation, Journal of Dental Research, and Institute of Medicine


Days of Giving
Volunteers from across a Smile Brands market join together at a central office to host a day-long free dental clinic to provide basic dental services for pre-qualified individuals in need from their local community. Patients are referred to a Day of Giving through the Foundation’s partnerships with nonprofit organizations in the local community. To create a more dignified experience for a Day of Giving patient, all patients schedule their appointment in advance to ensure that they will be seen and that they won’t have to wait hours in long lines outside the office. Get Involved!

Smile Makeovers
Smile Brands affiliated providers and support staff provide extensive dental services for select individuals in need from their local community. These patients are often identified at a Day of Giving as someone needing services that cannot be completed at a Day of Giving, including root canals, dentures and implants. They may also be a returning patient who simply cannot afford extensive care and has no insurance to cover it. A provider will decide to offer these services pro-bono to a patient, and the patient will receive complete restorative services – a full Smile Makeover.

Implanting Inspiration
In partnership with Smile Brands Inc., Implant Direct and DDS Lab, select patients in need receive dental implants free of charge. 


The Smiles for Everyone Foundation currently supports International Smile Projects in Ghana, Laos, Mexico, Nicaragua, Paraguay, the Philippines and Thailand. We provide needed equipment, supplies and funding to support local volunteers as well as clinical training and best practice sharing. Smile Brands affiliated providers and support staff visit our International Outposts to assist in the delivery of free dental services for people in need.


Transforming Lives and Smiles: SFEF Laos Outpost’s Impactful Dental Care Initiatives

The Smile for Everyone Foundation's (SFEF) Laos outpost has been diligently working to change lives and create healthy, happy smiles. This year, their efforts have made a profound impact on underserved communities, as they extend their compassionate dental services to those who need them the most. Read more
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Providing Dental and Emotional Care for the Children of Thailand

This quarter, the Smiles for Everyone Thailand outpost received an invitation to provide dental treatment to those still affected by the devastating tsunami that struck 14 years ago in southern Thailand. Among the places they served was an orphanage housing about 150 children, with 80% of them being children from Myanmar and the Mogen people, a tribe living between Thailand...
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Meeting the Needs of Immigrants and Homeless in Mexico

In the largest immigration port of entry in the world located in California, USA, and Baja California, Mexico, a group of dedicated individuals are volunteering to bring smiles and dental health to those who need it most! Read more
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Crossing Mountains to Serve the Matigsalug Tribe

The SFEF Philippines volunteers travelled for 2 hours driving and over 1 hour walking, crossing 3 mountains, just to get to this remote area and serve the Matigsalug tribe. Only motorcycles with wings attached to them and horses can enter the slippery and rough roads, so the team leader rented motorcycles to transport the supplies. Read more
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A Life-Changing Smile for Sandrea

Dr. Dovale and the remarkable Bright Now! Melbourne, Florida team had the amazing opportunity to change the life of Sandrea Sharter. Sandrea, a hardworking restaurant employee, had been avoiding the dentist for quite some time since she was embarrassed by the absence of most of her teeth. This led her to endure the pain of an oral infection. When the...
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