MDAF Donated Materials

Dental Education and Donated Materials

The MDAF has a limited supply of free brush, paste and floss to help those doing oral health outreach to schools and communities. Fill out and submit the form below. 

Donated Materials

The MDA Foundation wishes to support grassroots public outreaches that feature oral health education for audiences with limited access to care. It’s always best to have an MDA member dentist or some other qualified team member present at your event to teach good habits and answer questions. It is also helpful to provide brush, paste, and floss as a means of encouraging new healthy habits.

Dental Education and Donated Materials

To this end we have a limited supply request program. In order to offer this program statewide, we ask that you honor these requirements:

  • One request per organization per calendar year. No exceptions.
  • For inventory control and ease of shipping, all requests will be limited to a quantity of 144. We cannot do custom or oversize orders.
  • You must submit your order online using the form below.
  • For questions, email Paul Roberts.

Contact Information

Note: Supplies may arrive anywhere from 2-10 days before the event.
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I would like to order a set of 144 brushes, paste and floss for our public outreach event.

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In addition, you may order one set each of the following education materials to compliment your outreach. Please select the box next to all the items you wish to receive.
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Other Resources

The Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services offers a supply form with personal care products and educational materials. You may view PDF samples of the brochure and find an order form (Request for Literature) at

The National Institute of Dental and Craniofacial Research has many free oral health publications that you can request to be sent to you at no charge at

The Maternal Child Oral Health Resource Center has publications that may be downloaded and copied at

Another great resource for educational materials is the ADA's consumer website