1 In 2 people
around the world suffers from oral disease, and underserved populations are disproportionately at risk.
At Unspoken Smiles, we provide access to quality dental education and care to children, and dental training to women, to promote improved oral health outcomes, sustainable careers in dentistry, and economic security to disadvantaged communities.
We're passionate about solving the oral health crisis in our lifetime. -in Haiti, India, Romania, El Salvador, Guatemala, Iraq, the Dominican Republic, and the United States.
Here's the progress we've made since we started working in 2014.
we believe that awareness, education, and access are critical to a future without it.
Our innovative programs provide sustainable solutions to the oral health crisis through early education programs rooted in prevention-based care, professional training in dentistry, and a global outreach network.
Oral disease is 100% preventable
Our Innovative Approach
Global Impact Stories
"During the Covid-19 pandemic in NYC, I’ve had the opportunity to be a volunteer for this amazing organization. Being a part of this organization has shown me the positive impact we can provide to these children during these uncertain times & seeing how happy they are to learn. This has been such a rewarding experience to say the least. Forever grateful to be able to continue to pursue my passion for dentistry & inspired by Unspoken Smiles’ mission to promote healthy smiles to communities worldwide!”
Jhoanny, Unspoken Smiles Fellow
"Unspoken Smiles Cares so much about oral health and people around the world. They empower many into joining their movement of educating youth about oral health. They do work that has never been done before. As a volunteer, I feel that I am making a big impact in this organization. The founder Jean Paul is a very humble man with a big heart, he inspires so many of us."
Francisco. Age 6. Ecuador.
My name is Francisco and I am 6 years old. I am from Guayaquil, Ecuador. My favorite Unspoken Smiles virtual lesson plan was the Anatomy of the Mouth! Because of this program I change the way I brush my teeth. Something I learned that I did not know before are the many parts of the mouth. My favorite part of going to the dentist is finding out I have no cavities. My least favorite part is the sound of the drills. Bye!