Our Impact

IN 2019:

7 Clinics

in Maryland

3,399

Patients treated

14,452 

procedures performed

$2,944,612

of treatment provided

Cost to patients:

$0

5,000+ volunteers

IN 2020:

HArford

MOM Clinic

In 2020, the Harford Mission of Mercy Clinic took place. The MSDAF  was able to contribute in treating underserved Marylanders from Harford country free of cost.

Foodbank

MSDAF collaborated with Patterson Dental, one of our corporate sponsors, and helped in supplying 1,033 dental hygiene kits, 672 mouthwashes to the Franciscan Center in Baltimore City, Maryland.

Tele-dentistry

The MSDAF has been planning a Pilot Program to organize and initiate a Pilot Teledentistry Program in emergency departments with the goal of not only saving hospital costs, but also improving health outcomes.

MOM Clinics with COvid-19 COntrol

The MSDAF has been continuously working to prepare and establish safety measures to prevent the spread of COVID-19 for our 2021 MOM Clinics.

In the News: University of Maryland

Documentary: The Value of a Smile

Come support and encourage the patients on their journey!

“I’m going to get some much needed work with my teeth…I have to have some teeth extracted and hopefully it will go well.

 

Dental care is definitely an added bonus. You can smile again. You can eat foods again that you haven't been able to eat in a long time. It gives you self-esteem.

 

I know people are scared. I think a lot of people need support and need their hand’s held saying your doing great! We are gonna get through this."

Tammy Whetzel is from Wicomico County, MD and she hasn't been to the dentist in two years:

MSDA   |   ADA

Our partners in changemaking

MFD   |   MDAC

Patterson Dental is a Platinum level sponsor the MSDAF.  Patterson has done a lot to support our MOMs. They've given us grants, discounts on equipment and supplies, and you will see their techs at almost every clinic volunteering their time and expertise. Thanks Patterson!

We envision

Maryland as home to a healthy community where no dental disease is left untreated.