If you missed the 2019 FLA-MOM and would like information about dental resources in Orlando and surrounding areas, please click here.

The Florida Dental Association Foundation has been actively monitoring the outbreak of illness caused by a new coronavirus (COVID-19). Out of abundance of caution for patients and volunteers, the April 24-25, 2020 Florida Mission of Mercy event will be postponed. At this time, a rescheduled date has not been determined. We will be sharing additional information and updates as they become available. For questions, please contact the FDA Foundation at 850-681-3629. 

If you are currently in dental pain, please do NOT wait for FLA-MOM to seek care, as dental pain could be a sign of a serious condition. If dental pain is severe and accompanied by fever or swelling, go to a hospital emergency room immediately. Click here for a list of community dental clinics and other information.

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  • Are pets allowed inside the facility?
  • Will childcare be available at the event?
  • How can I volunteer?