Parents and guardiansSign-up Your Child
1 in 7 children (6-12) are suffering from tooth pain right now.
Over 51 million school hours are lost each year due to poor dental health.
Over 50% of Children on Medicaid don't regularly see a dentist.
Don't Take Our Word For It
Wonderful, kind, fast and efficient!Holly Avery Administrative Assistant, Whitehall Shoreline Elementary School
The service was excellent, and we want to thank you so much for bringing your program into our school. Your staff did an excellent job working with our nurse and office staff.Catherine Webb Office Manager
Thank you for your services. Unfortunately, some of our children would not receive the dental attention that is needed if it was not for your program.Vicki Haney LPN, Peters Elementary School
Always great with the students, and a pleasure to have. My school really benefits from this program on our campus.Ms. Klein School Nurse
The service was excellent. Awesome program and staff! We look forward to having Smile Programs here.Lori Rice, RN School Nurse
This service was one of the best resources that our school could have used. There are always so many students who don’t have a dentist and the parents don’t know where to go to get help for those students who need dental help. It’s so great that the dental team can come to the school to service the students. The school staff and parents thank Smile Programs so much for coming to help our students.Natasha Mayweather, RN School Nurse, Holy Family School
I can only say great things about Sherrie. She is awesome with the clients here, and all of the clients ask if she will be returning in 6 months. Dr. Reisinger is great also, and will see all of the clients scheduled that day even if he has over 100 sealants. The restorative team is great also.Shalonda Allen Patient Care Coordinator
The dental team was on time, friendly, and professional.Karen Richardson RN, CHN, Wheatley Education Campus
The staff is warm, and they treat the kids and staff with respect. We love to have the visits from the dental staff.Elizabeth Shook Lead School Nurse, Madison County
This dental program runs very independently, with little assistance from school staff. It provides a great service for our students.Patti Oester Administrative Assistant, Flanagan Grade School
Like you, we know the Covid-19 pandemic has caused a lapse in healthcare, including dental care.
All of us at Big Smiles have put a great deal of thought and care into ensuring everyone’s safety while providing the dental care children need now more than ever. Over the past several months we have been working tirelessly to develop health and safety protocols, taking into consideration CDC guidelines and working in conjunction with leading dental academics.
We have already heard from many parents who have told us they are relying on their child’s school, now, more than ever, as the place their child will receive dental care and we are ready to do our part to ensure they maintain healthy smiles.
Parents who want to sign up their children can do so here.
Questions about in-school dental care during Covid? Click here.