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2/4/2019 Press Release

AADOM Supports Dental Lifeline Network to Serve Those Most in Need

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AADOM Supports Dental Lifeline Network to Serve Those Most in Need


(Red Bank, NJ) : The American Association of Dental Office Management (AADOM) announced today that it will support Dental Lifeline Network (DLN) in its mission to serve more people with special needs.

“AADOM is a membership organization that has successfully fostered a sense of community and provides office managers the best resources to create and manage successful dental practices,” said Heather Colicchio, Founder & President.  “Joining forces with Dental Lifeline Network, and their commitment to support comprehensive dental treatment to those most in need to local communities completely aligns with our member’s community values.”

To demonstrate its commitment, AADOM encourages its members and chapters across the country to show their support through a number of ways:

  • Become a Lifeline Hero - Ask your local community to support DLN with fundraising efforts.
  • Support DentaCheques - Dental offices can support the work with DLN all while saving money on routine dental purchases with DentaCheques
  • Get Your Whole Office InvolvedEncourage your whole office to see one patient this year through DLN’s Donated Dental Services (DDS) program.

To learn more about how to get involved, visit:

"We are thrilled to be chosen as one of AADOM’s charitable partners,” said Fred Leviton, president and chief executive officer of DLN. “More volunteers and more funds raised enables us to help more patients with special needs.”

: The mission of the American Association of Dental Office Management is to educate, connect and empower dental office managers and practice leaders across North America. Learn more:

About Dental Lifeline Network: Dental Lifeline Network (DLN) is a national charitable organization whose mission is to improve the oral health of people with disabilities or who are elderly or medically fragile and have no other way to get help. Learn more: