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Dental Care for Kids

We accept uninsured, BadgerCare and Medicaid.

The Brite Knight always flosses

Floss every day to protect your smile from sugar bugs.

Your gift changes lives

Living a life in pain is frustrating, exhausting and stressful. Your gift helps kids get the dental care and education they need earlier in life, creating more smile-filled days!

The Brite Knight brushed his teeth this morning

Brush your teeth 2 minutes, 2X every day to keep cavity creatures away.

Dentistry For Tots to Teens

Changing the lives of our communities' children through access to excellent oral health services and education.

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Meeting a Community Need

In 2005, OHP started with the simple idea that every child deserves quality dental care. Though we have grown a bit over the years, we still operate toward that single vision by providing care in clinics, hospitals and schools. Our team offers not only excellent care, but also oral health education so children can have healthy smiles today, tomorrow and always!
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Can Your Child
Be Seen?

  • Yes! Your child can be seen if they are on BadgerCare or
    Medical Assistance
  • Yes! Your child can be seen if they are uninsured but qualify
    for the Free and Reduced Lunch Program at their school
  • Yes! Your child can be seen if they are ages 0 to 19
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Putting Smiles on Faces

No one should have to live in pain – especially a child. Yet children on Medical Assistance or who are uninsured with limited resources often struggle to find dental care. We are determined to change that, but we need your help. It is because of the generosity of community members that we have been able to make an impact. We’ve made great strides and with your support, we can continue to make a difference in the lives of Brown County children!
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Only 28% of Kids on Medicaid receive any dental care
Kids ages 5 to 11 have at least one untreated decayed tooth
Kids ages 5 to 19 years from low-income families are twice as likely to have cavities
1/3 of Wisconsin children struggle to find dental care
How Can I Help?


We appreciate the support of our generous partners. With YOU, healthy smiles are possible.