National Children’s Dental Health Month receives congressional recognition

National Children’s Dental Health Month received a shout out from Congress during the House of Representatives’ pro forma session on Feb. 25.

During the session, Rep. Mike Simpson, R-Idaho, thanked the ADA for sponsoring children’s dental health during the month of February. This year’s theme is “Sealants Make Sense.”

“As a part of their awareness efforts, dentists and dental team members from across the country and in my home state of Idaho join together and volunteer their time to provide free care to children,” said Rep. Simpson, who is also a dentist and ADA member.

Rep. Simpson also singled out the ADA’s Give Kids A Smile program on its 20th anniversary.

“Give Kids A Smile Day is an important event for all children and dentists throughout the country,” he said. “Because of this program, the ADA is able to provide assistance to more than 6,500 dentists and 25,000 dental team members volunteers who proudly give their time and expertise to make a difference in the health of children.”

Source: National Children’s Dental Health Month receives congressional recognition / American Dental Association

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