Over the past 50 years, increased knowledge about the benefits of improved oral hygiene practices and access to more advanced preventive and restorative dental services have changed the landscape of oral health, but primarily for a more privileged demographic. For less fortunate populations, access to these health benefits has been more elusive. For example, children
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When we first met Thay Lay a few years ago he was an engineer interested in volunteering at Sonrisas Dental Health. He liked our non-profit mission of providing excellent oral healthcare to all kinds of people, from children to adults to seniors, especially those who have barriers to access, such as people with special needs
Introducing Sonrisas Dental Health SAN MATEO, CA, November 3, 2017 – Two Bay Area non-profit dental centers, one in Half Moon Bay and one in San Mateo, are announcing prominent new leadership and a new name: Sonrisas Dental Health, Inc. (Sonrisas means smiles in Spanish.) Formerly known as Apple Tree Dental, Sonrisas Dental Health is
Today, we are PLEASED to announce a re-imagining of Sonrisas's digital presence. With an all new website, logo and exciting new leadership, Sonrisas is gearing up for a fantastic 2018. Please enjoy our new site and provide feedback on our post below.