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The first annual National Mobile Dentistry Conference is a unique event geared towards one of the most popular industry trends – mobile dentistry. Thanks to a new generation of consumers who are driven by convenience and technology, the mobile delivery model is in demand across the healthcare spectrum and among clinicians and consumers alike. This jam-packed, two-day event is filled with more than 15 hours of educational courses hosted by industry leaders and mobile experts. The conference is specifically designed to maximize attendee networking and learning opportunities and is a valuable resource for clinicians and others who have an interest in mobile delivery – those who own or lead mobile organizations, affiliated partners such as school and nursing home administrators, state health departments, healthcare workers, and more. Taking place at the stunning Orlando Airport Marriott Lakeside, registration includes attendee breakfast and lunch, special networking events, chances to win raffles and cash prizes, certificate of proof of attendance, and all workshop fees.

Popular courses include:  

  • Mobile practice for your for-profit business 
  • How to create and scale a mobile program 
  • Access to care and health equity 
  • Cutting-edge clinical software, technology, and apps 
  • The future of mobile and portable equipment 
  • Teledentistry and use-case examples 
  • State-specific regulatory and legislative information 
  • Compliance for infection control, HIPAA, CDC, OSHA 
  • Best practices for team and business management 

Geriatric Toothfairy was founded by:

​​​​​Sonya Dunbar, RDA/MHA

Sonya is a Registered Dental Hygienist with a passion to motivate and educate caregivers of seniors on the importance of oral care for seniors.

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FROM PEDIATRIC TO GERIATRIC

Saving our Seniors (SOS)

One smile at a time :)

The Geriatric Toothfairy is an oral care education program that seeks to raise awareness and reduce health risks and morbidity among seniors through proper oral care education and training for caregivers and long-term care facilities.