A white smile with healthy teeth can instill confidence in anybody, but not everyone can afford regular dental treatment. That’s why Brazilian dentist Felipe Rossi founded Por1sorriso, a non-profit dental charity that aims to treat the teeth of the world’s poorest people for free.
Rossi physically puts a smile on people’s faces by providing up to 1,500 free dental services, such as root canals, cleanings, and restorations. Por1sorriso, his firm, has roughly 4,000 registered volunteers, some of whom join the 38-year-old dentist on travels to low-income communities in impoverished towns and villages. Individual donations, as well as sponsorship and fundraising activities, are used to support average 5-day expeditions, which cost roughly R$20,000 ($4,974 USD).
So far, some 1,500 people have benefited from free dental work, and Rossi intends to continue. On Instagram, the compassionate dentist shares before and after images of the numerous joyful transformations he has made. His patients look to be happier, demonstrating that he has improved not just their smiles, but also their lives.
You may give to Rossi and his crew to assist them deliver crucial dental treatment to people in need by visiting the Por1sorriso website.
Felipe Rossi, a Brazilian dentist, founded Por1sorriso, a non-profit dental charity with the mission of free dental care for the world’s poor.
So far, some 1,500 patients have benefited from free dental care.
Each life-altering shift is depicted in before and after photos.