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View recent and archived press releases about Delta Dental and relevant oral health issues.

Delta Dental Survey Finds That Oral Health Outshines Other Aspects of Life in Importance

4/18/2018

Proper oral health is crucial to a healthy life, according to a recent national survey from Delta Dental.

Delta Dental Foundation Awards $2,000 to Orange County Health Department Dental Clinic

4/17/2018

The Orange County Health Department Dental Clinic received a $2,000 Smiles for Kids grant from the Delta Dental Foundation.

Delta Dental Foundation Awards $1,500 to Shelter Health Services

4/17/2018

Shelter Health Services received a $1,500 Smiles for Kids grant from the Delta Dental Foundation.

Delta Dental Foundation Awards $5,000 to Reach Out and Read Carolinas

4/17/2018

Reach out and Read Carolinas received a $5,000 Smiles for Kids grant from the Delta Dental Foundation (DDF) to support the Reach Out and Read intervention in Cumberland County.

Delta Dental Foundation Awards $5,000 to Wake County Department of Health and Human Services

4/17/2018

The Wake County Department of Human Services received a $5,000 Smiles for Kids grant from the Delta Dental Foundation.

Delta Dental Foundation Awards $65,800 to Improve Oral Health of Children in North Carolina

3/21/2018

This year, The Delta Dental Foundation awarded $65,800 in Smiles for Kids grants across North Carolina.

Tooth Fairy Payouts Hit Hard Times

2/26/2018

Average under-the-pillow gifts take a dip by 11 percent.

Survey: What’s on Americans’ New Year’s Resolutions Lists?

1/2/2018

Saving money tops the list. Getting to the dentist more and improving oral health beat out joining a gym.

Just what will Santa Claus be eating this Christmas?

12/21/2017

Delta Dental asks what people across the nation plan to leave out for the jolly one and his reindeer.

New Survey: Mouth Guard Usage in Many Sports Lacking for 4 in 10 U.S. Kids

12/12/2017

Delta Dental survey finds high-impact sports have alarmingly low percentage of kids using basic safety precaution.
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