Give Kids a Smile
(ABC 6 NEWS) — You might know this first hand, many people are finding it harder and harder to pay for things like dental insurance. That’s one of the reasons behind a statewide program of free dental work called ‘Give Kids a Smile.”
“We so appreciate the help,” says Alice O’Malley. Alice O’Malley of Rochester is bringing her two grandchildren to the Good Samaritan Dental Clinic for free dental work next month.
“Dentistry from the Heart” Spreads Free Dental Work Smiles
On Friday, February 26, Dr. Shamblott and his staff will provide free dental work to those in need. DFTH began in 2001 as one dentist’s charitable act for the Tampa Bay community. In the years since, it has grown steadily and is now hosted by dental offices across the country. Since its inception, DFTH has given away over $2.5 million in dental work to over 10,500 patients.
Dentist looking for the dirtiest mouth in America offering free dental workWho has the Dirtiest Mouth in America? Dr. Joe Kravitz is on a quest to find out, with an amazing offer of up to $100,000 in free dental work to the worst offender.
Kravitz is determined to help cure dental disease; a health crisis medical experts call the number one chronic disease in the world.
Free dental work marathon
MUMBAI – Six hundred dentists from across the country will feature in a 24-hour oral care marathon here next week to offer free dental work to Mumbaikars and create one more reason for this financial and entertainment capital of India to be on the world map.
Mumbai Smiles will run from 11 a.m. Oct 9 to 11 a.m. the next day as part of the World Dental Show being held here Oct 9-11.
Free dental clinic for kids
The Southeastern District Dental Society is having its annual Give Kids a Smile day with free dental work from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Feb. 5 at the Armstrong Atlantic State University Dental Hygiene Clinic at the Savannah Mall, near Dillard’s.
Free Dental Work to Underserved Ohio Children
COLUMBUS, Ohio, Jan. 19 – Dentists throughout Ohio will once again reach into their communities to help underserved children receive needed dental work for free through Give Kids a Smile.
February 5 is the official date for the eighth annual GKAS program at which dentists join with their peers nationally to educate, screen and/or treat children in need of dental care for free. However, GKAS has grown to “more than just a day.” In Ohio, over 2,000 dentists and other volunteers will provide free screenings, exams, cleanings, preventive services, restorative care, oral surgery, and more to children. Some sites will do all that can be done on Feb. 5, while others will examine children on one day and offer free follow-up care after, or hold events on multiple dates. Estimated dollar value of the 2010 Ohio GKAS events is over $1 million, with more than 16,000 children expected to participate statewide.