While NASDAD does not organize mission trips, NASDAD does believe in dental missions!! For this reason we believe it is important to make you aware of various mission opportunities available through other organizations.
If you are interested in one of the trips, please contact the organization directly. NASDAD is not part of the planning or execution of the trips. We simply want a forum for you to find out about organizations who need dental professionals to volunteer!
If you have an opportunity to list, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Short term opportunities (a few days to a few weeks)
If you click on the picture, you will be redirected to each event's website...if there is a dedicated site.
Medical Clinic and
for Refugees in Romania
Make plans to join the AMEN volunteers
providing medical and dental assistance
to Romanian locals and Ukrainian refugees.
Health meetings and children's
VBS programs will take place as well.
Stay tuned for more details
about how to become involved.
For more information
Dear NASDAD Friend,
A Unique Volunteer Experience:
NASDAD, since 2016, has partnered with Donated Dental Services in identifying dentists who want to volunteer their time to serve people who cannot afford dental care and:
Have a permanent disability, OR
Are elderly, OR
Are medically fragile
Donated Dental Services has volunteers across the USA but is urgently looking for volunteers in particular areas California - specifically in Rancho Cucamonga and San Bernardino and San Diego.
If you want to volunteer with DDS, you can visit their website by clicking on the link to their website for more information and to register.
In most states, Medicare does not cover dental treatment and Medicaid provides little or no dental care for adults. More than 17,000 people are on wait lists for Donated Dental Services (DDS), the flagship program of Dental Lifeline Network. With support from more volunteer dentists and dental laboratories and more funding, more people can be served.