Volunteer Dental Advice is an independent nonprofit organization (not-for-profit) dedicated to enhancing oral health and well-being worldwide. For the past 5 years, we’ve provided competent, objective, and independent advice on all aspects of oral health to those who need it the most.

We work closely with government dentists and health experts, manufacturers and the dental product trade, local and national agencies, and the general public to address disparities in oral health and improve people’s lives to the best of our ability.

The concept of preventative dentistry and the benefits it may provide was relatively new, and only a small percentage of dentists used it.

We’ve run Volunteer Dental Advice from our headquarters in Canada for many years. Our company is a nonprofit organization, and our specialists’ significant efforts continue to better the lives of both professionals and the general public, providing a key source of information for the general public on a wide range of oral and dental health problems.

To date, our staff has handled countless requests, offering many people from all over the world unique needs, experienced guidance, and confidence.

As a charity organization, we serve over 7,000 clients from dental clinics, hospitals, health centers, and educational centers that provide high-quality information and oral hygiene products to healthcare professionals worldwide. We provide a variety of items that offer value and professional quality health education and motivating content to their patients and communities.

As gaps in oral health persist and the incidence of oral cancer rises, our role as leading specialists in oral health education and prevention becomes increasingly important.

The company works to reduce oral health disparities by offering knowledge and support to children, the elderly, disabled persons, the vulnerable, and those living in poverty all around the world.

We are seeing far too many individuals become geographically separated, while those who are disabled have a more difficult time getting the resources they require.

Support the Volunteer Dental Advice to help us minimize oral health disparities.