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Spanish Resources

There are a number of Spanish resources and materials available for dental professionals and patients. The American Dental Association has compiled a list of oral health and dental resources available from the ADA as well as other oral health organizations. For a Spanish version, visit here.

Materials from the American Dental Association:

ADA Catalog: Patient education brochures and books are available in Spanish as e-books for tablets and hard copies are available for shipping to the U.S., Canada and Mexico.

MouthHealthy: The ADA has developed, a website to provide oral health information to patients through all stages of life. The website is available in both Spanish and English.

National Children's Dental Health Month: Held each February, the ADA's National Children's Dental Health Month aims to raise awareness about the importance of oral health at an early age. Posters and activity sheets for children are available in Spanish and English.

Resources from Other Organizations:

Colgate: Information and videos on diabetes are available in Spanish on Colgate's website.

National Institute of Dental and Craniofacial Research: Printable and downloadable patient education publications are offered in Spanish.

National (U.S.) Maternal and Child Oral Health Resource Center: Consumer brochures are available in both Spanish and English in PDF format. You can also request free hard copies of the brochures.

Pan American Health Organization (PAHO): The organization offers information in Spanish on the Caries Free Communities Initiative, non-communicable diseases, oral health topics, publications, information on the 35 countries in Central and South America that are under PAHO, and education and training information.

Sesame Street: Toolkits containing videos, informational fact sheets, games and other information to encourage children to practice good oral health are available from Sesame Street in collaboration with the ADA Give Kids A Smile program.