Oral health is integral to general health and well-being. We believe that in order to make strides improving the oral health of Nevadans, the dental community and the medical community need to collaborate and foster partnerships for the benefit of those they are serving. This is true for everyone, but especially for children, pregnant women, seniors, and those living with chronic diseases or those with special health care needs. Imagine a pediatrician or school nurse performing an oral screening and/or applying fluoride varnish to prevent tooth decay. Imagine a nutritionist at a WIC office discussing dental health and then giving every client a new toothbrush. Imagine a nurse practitioner or physician’s assistant performing an oral cancer screening for residents living in a nursing home.