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AADOM, NDA, OSAP Support OHA’s Fall for Smiles Campaign

Posted on November 11, 2014

CHICAGO, November 6, 2014 — According to a recent survey commissioned by Oral Health America 

(OHA) and conducted by Harris Poll, low-income Americans, young adults and those living in urban areas 

are more likely to have limited access to daily oral care items, making them more likely to skip some key 

daily care activities. That is why the American Association of Dental Office Managers (AADOM), the 

National Dental Association (NDA) and OSAP (Organization for Safety, Asepsis and Prevention) are 

supporting OHA’s Fall for Smiles campaign, which educates Americans about the importance of 

maintaining a healthy mouth through daily brushing and flossing, regular dental visits, eating healthy 

foods and avoiding tobacco.

 

This year’s Fall for Smiles campaign is shining a light on the disparities that exist in this country when it 

comes to oral health, encouraging all Americans to spread the message of the importance of oral health 

to overall health. Thanks to the generous support of the campaign’s sponsors, including AADOM, the 

NDA and OSAP, OHA is able reach hundreds of thousands of Americans with this simple yet important 

message and offer free resources for anyone who wants to participate. 

 

Those interested in learning more about the Fall for Smiles campaign and accessing downloadable

resources can visit the Fall for Smiles webpage at www.oralhealthamerica.org/fallforsmiles.