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Giving Back

New Image Dental Lab is honored to be the donating laboratory for these worthy programs.

Georgia Mission of Mercy (GMOM)

  • The 2013 Georgia Mission of Mercy (GMOM) was a huge success! The event set out to provide free dental care for 2,000 low- and no-income Georgia adults—relieving dental pain and suffering for those who might otherwise go without as well as restoring smiles, self-esteem, and even employability. A tremendously dedicated group of volunteers provided 1,619 patients with oral health education and donated dental services valued at over $1.588 million. There were more than 1,500 volunteers on hand! GMOM benefited from the efforts of 321 dentists, 149 dental hygienists, 234 dental assistants, 66 dental students, 56 dental lab techs, and 630 medical and / or general volunteers who provided 458 cleanings, 2,064 x-rays, 1,019 fillings, 2,277 extractions, 105 root canals, 181 partial / full dentures, 48 crowns and 2,236 other dental procedures valued at $1.588 million. Although the GMOM 2013 was aimed at caring for adults in dire dental need, the clinic did provide care for 105 children under age 18.

  • New Image Dental Laboratory had 13 volunteers in the laboratory division. We fabricated 181 full and partial dentures in a day and a half! In the dental laboratory division, we broke the records of all the 17 previous Missions of Mercy’s across the U.S.! We are honored to have been a part of this event!

  • Please check out our Facebook photo album for more photos from the event!

Face to Face Program of the Partnership Against Domestic Violence

  • A life-altering program for domestic violence survivors, FACE TO FACE® surgically repairs facial and dental injuries that are a result of domestic abuse. In conjunction with counseling, domestic violence survivors who need facial plastic and reconstructive surgery will receive treatment at no cost helping to heal their psychological and physical scars. FACE TO FACE® can help women rebuild their lives by eliminating the constant reminders of their painful past.

Good Samaritan

  • This center offers a comprehensive range of services to adults and children who are without health insurance or the means to afford care. Atlanta's homeless and those with no income make up about 25% of patient visits, the working poor 69%, and those who are Medicaid/Medicare eligible compose 6% of visits.  The center's vision is to create a dependable, full-time, comprehensive healthcare system for Atlanta's working poor and homeless. Most importantly, the center provides a comfortable environment for their patients, where all people are treated with dignity and respect.

Maryland Donated Dental Services Program

  • Maryland Foundation of Dentistry for the Handicapped (MFDH)

  • MFDH program was initiated by dentists who were willing to provide pro bono dental care for Maryland residents who are mentally and or physically disabled.  Volunteer dentists throughout the state donate their services and dental laboratories participate by donating lab services at no charge. The dentists and labs take care of the patients with no red tape or headaches. The goal of the team is to return patients to good oral health. Together, we change the smiles of the disabled in Maryland.

Hebron Clinic

  • Hebron Community Health Center is a non-profit clinic with both dental and medical services available to the indigent citizens of Gwinnett Country. They have three fully equipped operatories made possible through the generous donations from individuals, dentists and suppliers. The clinic is a “no fee” for service facility, and is open the second and fourth Thursday of each month in the evening for dental services.