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Healthy teeth – better future

Dental Health Without Borders gives children a brighter future through better dental health

Sundere tænder – bedre fremtid

TUG forbedrer livsmulighederne for børn i verdens fatigste lande

Sundere tænder – bedre fremtid

TUG forbedrer livsmulighederne for børn i verdens fatigste lande

Sustainable dental care in school

Focusing on or even attending school can be challenging for children suffering from toothaches, a common reality in many developing countries. This is why we are dedicated to establishing sustainable school dental care programs in our project countries. By improving children’s oral health and hygiene, we enable them to concentrate on critical aspects of life, such as their education.

Karin Kornø Rasmussen i Guatemala

Dentist Karin Kornø Rasmussen traveled to Guatemala to conduct research on the dental health of school children in the Central American country. The findings from her research are clear: Guatemala has a significant need for assistance to improve dental health.

Volunteer

Make a difference, develop your professional knowledge, and experience diverse cultures.

As part of our long-term development efforts, Dental Health Without Borders dispatches volunteer dentists, dental hygienists, dental assistants, and dental students twice a year to our global projects. As a volunteer, you will address acute dental issues and educate children about dental health and proper toothbrushing techniques.

BECOME OUR PARTNER

Your clinic can contribute to improving dental health for children in some of the world’s poorest countries.

As a partner, you will assist Dental Health Without Borders in establishing sustainable school dental care programs, helping thousands of children each year. This partnership demonstrates your clinic’s commitment to taking responsibility for better dental health on a global scale.

A BIG “THANK YOU” TO OUR PARTNERS

Main partners:

Plus partner:

Tandlægetryghed

Partners:

Virtus Advokater
Manunision
Tandex
DinTandlæge
ATO
Manunision