Ontario Oral Health Alliance (OOHA)
The Ontario Oral Health Alliance (OOHA) got started in January 2007 by a group of community dental coalitions who wanted to show policy makers that improving access to dental care was a goal shared by many people across Ontario. OOHA is driven and informed by organizations and enaged individuals from around the province.
OOHA's vision is: a system that allows for equitable dental care for all Ontarians
NEW! The Ontario Oral Health Alliance congratulates the Ontario PC Party on their election win and look forward to working with them as they implement their promise of dental care for low income seniors. Click here to read our media release.
Review and share with your local coalitions this encouraging report called “Filling the Cavities: Improving the Efficiency and Equity of Canada’s Dental Care System” from the CD Howe Institute that focuses on how to improve equity in access to dental care in Canada!
Here is a quote from the report: “We believe provincial governments should take inspiration from other countries and start moving toward some form of universal dental insurance coverage; in doing so they should also consider ways in which the dental services sector could become more competitive and efficient. Policy initiatives along those lines could yield major payoffs, in terms of both equity and efficiency.”