North Boulder Dental Group is delighted to offer free dental services for qualifying children during the annual Give Kids a Smile Day on Friday, February 5th.

As part of our commitment to the community, we’ll be offering dental check-ups, screenings, cleanings, fluoride treatments, sealants, and oral health education to qualifying children. Our goal is to help children avoid dental disease and make it easier for them sleep, eat, concentrate, and smile better!

This national program, supported by the American Dental Association Foundation, is a proactive effort to provide children from low-income families with dental needs and access to essential dental care. Free services are offered by thousands of dentists and dental team staff each year to serve hundreds of thousands of children across the country.

To qualify for free services and a Give Kids a Smile appointment, the child must be age 17 years old or younger, the child’s family must be low-income, unable to afford dental care, and have no dental insurance, and the child must have transportation and arrive on time for the appointment.

For more information or to set up an appointment, please contact North Boulder Dental Group at (303) 447-1042.

We’re grateful for the opportunity to live, work, and serve patients in Boulder County. As part of the North Boulder Dental Group philosophy, we strive to not only be involved in our local area, but even more important, provide dental philanthropy to the larger Boulder County community.

This year we have continued to be active in bringing this part of our mission to life, providing over $35,000 worth of free dental services to some excellent, local organizations!

Give Kids a Smile

north-boulder-dental-give-kids-a-smileThis national program is sponsored by the American Dental Association and provides underserved children with free oral health services. We’re big believers in the importance of dental care from a young age and how it can pave a path to lifelong wellness.

In 2015, our practice was able to help directly several children in the Boulder Valley School District. By working with Give Kids a Smile, we were able to provide over $2200 worth of free dental care and help start these kids on the right road to good oral health!

Colorado Mission of Mercy

Colorado-Mission-of-Mercy-logo-squareAn important organization that serves the state’s residents, Colorado Mission of Mercy provides free dental services to people of all ages who cannot afford or don’t have access to quality dental care. Services are available in a large-scale clinic environment at special events held during the year.

We were proud to be part of this year’s large clinic event held in August and serve many patients in need of dental services. The clinic, overall, serves thousands of people over a two-day period providing cleanings, fillings, temporary dental appliances, extractions, and more.

boulder-shelter-for-the-homeless-logo-squareBoulder Shelter for the Homeless

North Boulder Dental Group continues to be a supporter of homeless services and shelters in Boulder County. In particular, our dentists actively participate and support clients of Boulder Shelter for the Homeless. Providing shelter, food, and support services with dignity, we have been proud to offer dental services during the year for this organization.

Dental Lifeline Network

Dental Lifeline Network - North Boulder Dental GroupAs part of a national organization, Dental Lifeline Network Colorado is a volunteer network of dentists in Colorado, supported by a range of organizations, charitable trusts, and foundations. This year we have been able to join this network to provide free dental services for patients where other options simply don’t exist.

It’s been a good year for our practice and made better by being able to give back to such a terrific community. We look forward to continuing our commitment to dental philanthropy for years to come!

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Part of the mission of North Boulder Dental Group is to be very involved in our community. One of the ways we do this is by doing pro-bono dental work in conjunction with many organizations. These organizations include:

  • Boulder Homeless Shelter
  • Give Kids a Smile
  • Dental Lifeline Network
  •  Colorado Mission of Mercy


boulder-shelter-for-the-homelessBoulder Homeless Shelter:

North Boulder Dental helps to provide dental services to some of the clients in the Boulder Homeless Shelter Work Program. The goal is to help restore dental health and esthetics to shelter clients to further their quest for becoming employed and independent.

To find out more information about the Boulder Homeless Shelter click here:


north-boulder-dental-give-kids-a-smileGive Kids a Smile:

Is a program sponsored by the American Dental Association (ADA) and the Colorado Dental Association (CDA). Every February, on a selected day, participating dental offices provide free dental services to children who cannot afford dentistry. North Boulder Dental has participated in Give Kids A Smile since its inception 2003.



To find out more information about this program click on link:

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The Colorado Mission of Mercy (COMOM) is a large-scale dental clinic that is held annually.  With more than 100 portable dental chairs, dental services are provided to children, adults and the elderly who cannot afford dental care.

Nearly 200 Volunteer Dentists, Hygienists, Assistants, Lab Technicians and other health professionals from across the state work with community groups and agencies to better the oral health of individuals that come to the clinic.

North Boulder Dental staff has worked at this event for years and is honored to be apart of helping with it.

To find out more on this event click on link:




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North Boulder Dental Group: Dr Murphy, Sica, Brown and Welden, are proud participants of Donated Dental Services (DDS), a program of Dental Lifeline Network Colorado.

The DDS program provides access to comprehensive dental treatment for vulnerable people with disabilities or who are elderly or medically fragile and cannot afford care.

Dental Lifeline Network Colorado is part of national Dental Lifeline Network program of 15,000 volunteer dentists and 3,800 volunteer dental labs throughout the United States. Since its inception in 1985, the national DDS program has surpassed $250 million in donated dental therapies, transforming the lives of more than 100,000 people.

donated_dental_services_north_boulder_dental_dr_murphy_sica_brown_weldenTo apply for the DDS program, you must go through your local DDS coordinator by clicking here: