“It’s giving back. I feel so lucky and blessed to have what I have and to be able to do something with a great group of people that at the end of the day, leaves someone else far better off than they were before. It is incredibly fulfilling to me,” says Karen Phillips, Ultradent’s Director of US sales…
“I can tell you that volunteer humanitarian dentistry is more rewarding that general practice of dentistry ever was,” says Dr. Clyde Larsen of the extensive dental humanitarian work he’s performed worldwide since his formal retirement.
When Brenda Nicholson, her husband, and her six children left the Fundamentalist Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints (FLDS) church in 2012, not only did they have no income and nowhere to go, but they also had hardly any resources to help them integrate into society.
The Utah Board of Oil, Gas, and Mining honored Ultradent with its 2016 Earth Day Award for the company’s innovative reclamation of a mine located in Tooele County, Utah.
Until their lives were tragically cut short in February 2015, Deah Barakat and Yusor Mohammad Abu-Salha had a dream of making the world a better place..
When we say Ultradent’s goal is “Improving Oral Health Globally,” we mean it — even when it comes to the coldest, darkest, driest, highest, and windiest continent on the globe: Antarctica.