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Through a Northeast Delta Dental sponsorship, 26 residential children at Spaulding Academy & Family Services (formerly Spaulding Youth Center) recently received free dental cleanings, x-rays, and fluoride treatments in the comfort of their school. The visit by Virtudent, a mobile dental clinic and teledentistry service provider, combined in-person cleanings and oral exams with digital dental x-rays reviewed remotely by  a team of dentists.

As a member of Delta Dental Plans Association, we are pleased to share the recent 2020 State of America's Oral Health Report, a nationwide analysis of consumer opinions and behaviors relating to oral health, highlighting how Americans prioritized oral health during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Read the full report here: https://deltadental.com/us/en/state-of-americas-oral-health-report.html

Northeast Delta Dental is honored to receive the Business of the Year, 2021 Award in the Insurance category from Business NH Magazine and the NH Association of Chamber of Commerce Executives.

CONCORD, N.H.: Northeast Delta Dental announces the promotion of Brentwood resident, Brian Duffy, Esq., to Vice President and General Counsel.
 

BURLINGTON, VT.: Delta Dental Plan of Vermont announces the election of a new board trustee, Wanda R. Heading-Grant, Ed.D., SHRM-SCP, of Colchester.

CONCORD, N.H.: The Northeast Delta Dental Foundation recently awarded grants of $40,365 to eight New Hampshire oral health programs.

BURLINGTON, VT.: Delta Dental Plan of Vermont announces the election of two new board trustees, Jennifer B. Niles, DMD, and Jill Mazza Olson, MPA

Delta Dental Plan of New Hampshire announces the election of three new directors to its board, Joseph Carelli, Tracy Claybaugh, and Cydney Shapleigh.

As we witness the sustained and widespread demonstrations in support of racial justice, we at Northeast Delta Dental share the universal support for greater justice and equality.

We also recognize that the problems of inequality extend from policing to housing to education and oral health. According to the Pew Charitable Trust, communities of color have much higher rates of tooth decay and tooth loss and fewer dental visits and preventive treatments than white populations. These dental health disparities indicate that the nation’s dental care delivery system is failing to adequately support the oral health of all Americans.

Northeast Delta Dental’s ongoing support of businesses and nonprofits negatively impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic is primarily focused on advancing the oral health and overall wellness of its customers and the public. President & CEO, Tom Raffio, said, “We’re committed to thoughtfully and methodically providing forms of relief to our stakeholders and our communities that would be most beneficial to them, with their safety and health uppermost in our considerations. None of the related costs were passed along to them.”

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