Automated Call Script:

Hi! I’m calling with some important news about your child’s health!

Our school has arranged for a dentist to come right to the school.

By seeing the in-school dentist, you can keep your child healthy, in school, and learning.

Plus, it’s easy and convenient for you.

Simply go to or fill out and sign the permission form and return it to the school with your child.

If you have not received a permission form, please contact the school today and ask for one to be sent home with your child.


¡Hola! ¡Estoy llamando con una gran noticia acerca de la salud de sus hijos! Nuestra escuela ha coordinado para que un dentista venga a la escuela.

Al ver el dentista dentro de la escuela, podemos mantener a nuestros hijos sanos, en la escuela y aprendiendo.

Además, es fácil y conveniente para usted.

Simplemente vaya a o complete y firme el formulario de permiso y devolverlo a la escuela con su hijo.

Si usted no ha recibido un formulario, por favor comuníquese con la escuela hoy y pida uno para que sea enviado a casa con su hijo.

Sample Parent Text:

Great news! The in-school dentist is coming to our school. Keep your child healthy. Sign up online NOW at

Sample Parent Letter, Email or Newsletter:

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Dear Parent,

Great news! Our school has partnered with Smile Programs…the mobile dentists to offer in-school dental care. Sign up your child today at

Even better, dental care is usually at no cost to you. All insurance is accepted including
Medicaid and CHIP. For those without insurance, a low cost self-pay option is available.

Convenient and comfortable

Our in-school dental program saves you time and provides a safe and comfortable
place for your child to receive gentle dental care from licensed local professionals.
Dental care includes a complete dental exam, x-rays, cleaning, fluoride and sealants
when necessary, and in some cases, restorative care such as fillings.

Dental care for a healthy life

Children who see a dentist regularly may have fewer health issues like:

  • Early tooth loss caused by dental decay
  • Gum disease
  • Heart disease
  • Impaired speech development

Help keep your child healthy, in school and learning.

Simply go to