Community Oral Health Services

By Cambridge Public Health Department

Our programs serve to improve awareness of the importance of oral health to overall health by providing oral health education, dental screenings, and assistance with access to care.

Cambridge Healthy Smiles Logo, "Healthy Teeth, Healthy You".
This is an ongoing program.

All ages.

Cambridge residents only.

Our Cambridge Healthy Smiles School Program only serves students in Cambridge Public Schools.

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Marlena Wilson
Contact for Community Oral Health Services

No application or registration needed.



The program location changes over time.

  • Both in-person and virtual (online or over the phone).

Additional information

Our teeth play an essential role in our lives. We eat, talk, and smile with our teeth. Our smile is key to helping us feel good about ourselves and creates confidence in our daily lives.

The Oral Health team collaborates with Cambridge Public Health Department staff and partners to educate the community about oral health and its importance to overall health. We deliver programs and participate in community events to promote oral health. This helps us identify families in the community with dental concerns and provide them with support and guidance to meet their dental needs. Our team administers the Cambridge Healthy Smiles Program, the oral health education program in the Cambridge Public Schools. Cambridge Healthy Smiles prepares students to care for their teeth for a lifetime.


Community Health Dental Hygienist Outreach

  • Seniors
  • Pregnancy/New Mothers
  • Underserved/Vulnerable


The resources below can help Cambridge residents have access to dental services.

We also promote the dental benefits of drinking our city’s fluoridated public water. Read more about fluoride in Cambridge’s drinking water.


The Oral Health Division is always looking for talented students to support its work. If you are interested, send your resume and cover letter to

Last updated જાન્યુઆરી 4, 2024.

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