Free Dental Services for Children on the Give Kids a Smile Day
With an economy that might cause some parents to postpone regular dental visits for their children and tooth decay being the most prevalent chronic disease in America’s children, the American Dental Association (ADA) is mobilizing dental professionals for the eighth consecutive year in a national campaign to extend necessary care to children and adolescents from low-income families.
Free dental screenings for kids Wednesday
DOTHAN, AL – On Wednesday, February 3, Small Smiles Dental Center of Dothan will offer free dental screenings for kids from 10:00 am – 11:30 am during their “Healthy Smile, Happy Child Day” in celebration of National Children’s Dental Health Month.
Small Smiles Dental Center of Dothan is located at 5412 Montgomery Highway, Suite 8 in Dothan.
Cleveland: Medworks offering free dental services
CLEVELAND — MedWorks will join forces with The Free Medical Clinic of Greater Cleveland to provide free dental services on Feb. 20 from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm. The free dental collaborative will take place at The Free Clinic, located at 12201 Euclid Avenue in Cleveland. Dental services will be restricted to extractions only.
The Free Clinic will also offer HIV testing and seasonal flu shots at the event, and patients will receive referrals and assistance in accessing additional programs and services.
Dental care for uninsured children is free Friday
The Northwest Colorado Dental Coalition’s “Give Kids a Smile” event is Friday. The event is part of a national effort by the American Dental Association to provide free dental care for children 18 and younger without insurance.
Interested parents are asked to make an appointment with the Northwest Colorado Dental Coalition at 970-824-8000.
Free Dental Care Event. Hundreds Of Low-Income Children Will Receive Care
CLEVELAND — It is so important to maintain good daily oral hygiene and preserve teeth from an early age. Because of that fact, members of the Greater Cleveland Dental Society, in addition to staff and students from the Case Western Reserve University School of Dental Medicine, will help hundreds of children receive much needed dental care this Friday.
An estimated 300 children from the John Raper and Scranton Elementary schools who may have limited or no access to dental care will be helped by the eighth annual “Give Kids a Smile” Ohio program.
Free dental services for children from low-income families
SAVANNAH, GA (WTOC) – It’s national Give Kids A Smile Day coming up and the Georgia Dental Association is going to be offering free dental services for children from low-income families.
Volunteer dentists and local dental hygiene students will be available Friday, February 5 from 9am to 4pm at the AASU Dental Hygiene Program located next to Dillard’s at Savannah Mall.
Eighth Annual ‘Give Kids A Smile’ Day Provides Free Dental Care to Children
CHICAGO, Feb. 3 — With an economy that might cause some parents to postpone regular dental visits for their children and tooth decay being the most prevalent chronic disease in America’s children, the American Dental Association (ADA) is mobilizing dental professionals for the eighth consecutive year in a national campaign to extend necessary care to children and adolescents from low-income families.
Dentists will provide free dental care to underprivileged children as part of the annual Give Kids a Smile Day
When: Friday and Saturday, February 5th-6th
The first 1,000 people through the doors each day will qualify!
Where: Tulsa Convention Center, 100 Civic Center, (Downtown at 4th Street – one block west from Denver), Tulsa Transit riders – one block west from the Downtown Avenue Station
Free Dental Services Available: Fillings, Extractions (teeth pulled), Cleanings, Root Canals, Adults and Children Served
Sponsored by: Oklahoma Dental Association and the Delta Dental of Oklahoma Charitable Foundation
SBU School Of Dental Medicine To Provide Free Dental Care And Education At “Give Kids A Smile”
On February 5, 2010, the School of Dental Medicine at Stony Brook University will provide free dental screening, exams and cleanings to hundreds of children at “Give Kids a Smile” Day. The event is the centerpiece of the American Dental Association (ADA) National Children’s Dental Health Month. All services will be provided at the Dental Care Center, located on the West Campus of Stony Brook University, from 10:00 am to 3:00 pm. Appointments can be made by calling the Dental Care Center at 631-632-8889. Walk-ins may also be accepted.
Owens offers free dental services
Owens Community College Dental Hygiene program, in collaboration with Toledo Dental Society, will offer free dental services for at-risk children on Feb. 5.
As part of the nationwide Give Kids a Smile Day, free dental services will be offered for low-income children ages 6 months to 18 years at Owens’ Dental Hygiene Clinic. Services offered include dental cleanings, X-rays and limited restorations and dental sealants.
Valley Health providing free dental exams at Kellogg Elementary
HUNTINGTON — Doctors from Valley Health will be providing free dental exams to children at Kellogg Elementary on Friday, Feb. 5, as part of National Dental Health Month and Give Kids A Smile Day.
Andrea Kelly, DDS, and Michele Endicott, RDH, will provide free dental exams and cleanings for second-grade students. The children will also receive a free toothbrush, donated by United Concordia.
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