Sonrisas Dental Health’s Pediatric Dentist Specialist, Dr. Judyth Lee, DMD, sees many children who come to the dentist, only after they begin to experience severe pain. Even in normal times, parents who bring kids to the dentist because they’re in pain are in emergency mode. Their children’s pain means that they can’t focus in school, can’t eat a balanced diet,
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Sonrisas Dental Health announced today that it is the recipient of a $250,000 grant from The California Wellness Foundation to contribute to core operating support to sustain and strengthen oral health care services for low-income adults and seniors served by the Half Moon Bay and San Mateo Sonrisas Dental Health Centers. “The California Wellness Foundation has identified an impactful
On July 9, Sonrisas Dental Health turned 17. One of our most senior employees was there to mark the occasion. We’ve been proud to be the workplace for Veronica Torres since she graduated from her dental assisting program. (Veronica is pictured here with Nigel Taverner, longtime board member, and a few friends.) In 2001, Sonrisas, then known as Sonrisas Community
Sonrisas Dental Health and Samaritan House are collaborating in a unique pilot project to increase the availability of dental services to more underserved people in San Mateo County. “We are separate non-profits but we share the goal of serving the underserved in San Mateo County,” says Dr. Bonnie Jue, CEO and Dental Director of Sonrisas Dental Health. Samaritan House has