AACD Charitable Foundation

AACD Charitable Foundation

Give Back a Smile Volunteer Laboratory Sign-up

The American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry Charitable Foundation's (AACDCF) Give Back a Smile (GBAS) program provides dental care at no cost to survivors of domestic and sexual violence who have received traumatic dental injuries at the hands of a former intimate partner, family member or due sexual assault. Through this program, volunteer laboratories provide the necessary laboratory work crucial to restoring smiles (The program is available in the United States and Canada).

We urge you to join us in what may be the most important program you will participate in during your dental career. Your participation is vital to its success and can be a gratifying experience as you share your resources and talents with a survivor in need.

For complete volunteer guideline information, please click here.

To become a GBAS volunteer laboratory, please complete the following (Non-AACD members are
welcome to volunteer).

Sign me up!
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Give Back a Bigger Smile Initiative

More than half of Give Back a Smile applicants need dental work that extend beyond the front teeth. Are you interested in donating a laboratory work for a full mouth case through the Give Back a Bigger Smile Initiative?

There is limited funding available to support material costs. 

License & Permit
By participating in the GBAS program, you, at your sole cost and expense, are agreeing to (i) comply with all laws, regulations, ordinances and ethical requirements and/or guidelines of federal, state, and local governmental authorities and dental associations which shall impose any duty upon you with respect to your participation in the GBAS program and/or your services to the GBAS patient; (ii) indemnify, defend and hold harmless AACD, its Charitable Foundation and the GBAS program from and against any claim, liability, loss, cost or expense (including reasonable fees, disbursements and expenses of attorneys and other professional advisors) asserted  or incurred, directly or indirectly, by any of such indemnitees and arising out of or relating to your failure or alleged failure to comply with these Volunteer Guidelines and/or the GBAS program; (iii) carry any and all insurance as is required by applicable law or regulation and as would be prudent under the circumstances; and (iv) be solely responsible for any and all treatment and dentist-patient relationship decisions made with respect to your patient. 
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