United States Clinics
Our work in the U.S.A.
When thinking of those in need, many do not consider the incredible need of children right here in our own country but the need is immense, especially for children and students.
In order for children to enroll in elementary school, California state law requires all students to first pass a dental screening exam. The problem is, many parents can simply not afford this basic exam and it hinders their children from getting the education they need. Dental Care for Children recognized this need and hosts several free screening clinics each summer for students in both Irvine and Los Angeles.
Dental Care for Children host these screening clinics in coordination with the Irvine Unified School District and the Irvine Rotary Club.
USA Clinic Results*
|22-Sep-2012||Santa Ana||United States||66||$49,624|
2004_11_06 Montebello (1025 KB)
2005_11_05 Irvine (265 KB)
2005_11_19 Montebello (191 KB)
2007_10_20 Montebello (140 KB)
2009_10_20 Montebello (276 KB)
2010_10_23 Montebello (1925 KB)
2012_9_22 SantaAna (399 KB)
* Note: Results shown above do not include data from clinics held prior to 2004.
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Get To Know Dr. Tozzer
Dr. Charles “Chuck” Tozzer began Dental Care for Children with a simple concept. Provide free dental services for children that didn't have access to care. From a single clinic at an orphanage in Maneadero, Mexico, the organization now provides eight clinics a year in Mexico, the United States and Haiti.
14785 Jeffrey Rd, 112
Irvine, CA 92618