The Unspoken Smiles Foundation is addressing the world’s issues with oral health through two major programs: an oral hygiene curriculum designed for children in low-income, under-served communities, and, the Unspoken Smiles Fellowship, which trains unemployed women as Dental Assistants with extended functions. Because major oral issues like tooth decay and gum disease can be prevented with a healthy diet and basic knowledge of oral hygiene, we have created a curriculum that teaches young children the essentials to keeping a healthy mouth. However, this curriculum is made that much stronger and successful thanks to our Fellowship. This program allows for a more widespread education to take place within the communities. The more individuals trained, the more people can be made aware of the need for better oral health. This program also benefits the economy by giving jobs and enabling people to perform better in their jobs and in school because they will not be suffering from pain due to oral health issues.