Community Service

Delta Dental of Oklahoma is a not-for-profit company that prides itself on giving back to the community. We follow the mantra: If the need is great, the giving must be greater.


Delta Dental of Oklahoma employees carry that spirit of giving even further by volunteering to work at free dental clinics and oral health education events.

Oklahoma Mission of Mercy

The annual OkMOM event is a two-day free dental clinic, in which anyone who attends is provided free dental work. The event is the largest free dental clinic event in state history, treating as many as 2,300 patients. 

Since its inception in 2010, the event has been totally run by volunteers, including many Delta Dental of Oklahoma employees. While dental professionals donate treatment, volunteers such as DDOK employees are relied upon to assist the orderly flow of patients through registration, treatment and exit.

Delta Dental of Oklahoma Volunteers for Mission of Mercy.
Free dental services provided by OKMOM.
Waiting for free oral health care day!
Delta Dental of Oklahoma’s
team of volunteers who served
at the 2018 event in Durant.
A patient receiving treatment at
the 2017 event in Woodward.
Hundreds of patients line up for free care at the 2016 event in Oklahoma City.


Foundation Outreach

The Delta Dental of Oklahoma Foundation is the charitable arm of the company, providing much-needed funds to support public oral health and education initiatives across the state.

Delta Dental Neighborhood Services Organization.
MouthScience program.
Captain Supertooth at a community service event.
The DDOK Foundation donated $100,000 to help build a dental clinic that serves the homeless and awards grants each year to numberous free and low-cost dental clinics throughout the state. Our MouthScience program takes dental health related science experiments into fourth through sixth grade classrooms to show kids the 'why' behind the 'what do do!' Captain Supertooth is our costumed crusader who educates Kindergarten through third grade students on how to protect their teeth.


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