Free Dental Work Report — Get free dental work today. Free dental work for kids without insurance. Whittier dentist offers two days of free dental work. Utah dentists pitch in to give kids a smile. Dentistry From the Heart – Free Dental Care Today.
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CASSELBERRY — A Casselberry dentist is offering free emergency dental work today. Bright Smiles Dental is offering the care to help anyone who can’t afford it because of the economy. The free treatments start Friday from 8 a.m. through 2:30 p.m. The free event will be held again next Friday, March 4.
Free dental work for kids without insurance
(WICHITA, Kan.) — Kansas is almost failing when it comes to kids and dental work. The organization “Oral Health Care America” gave the state a “D” grade for access to pediatric dentists. The Sedgwick County Oral Health Coalition is trying to improve that rating. Its putting on the 4th annual Give Kids a Smile Clinic on March 5.
“There’s so much to do,” said Doreen Eyler. She’s working non-stop to prepare for the annual clinic at Grace Med. She says it’s all worth it when she sees all of the kids getting free dental work. “They come in and get their dental xray’s, fluoride, a dentist is with them and checking their teeth,” she said.
Whittier dentist offers two days of free dental work
A local dentist is inviting anyone in need of dental treatment but unable to afford it to open wide and say, “free.” Kamran Sahabi, D.D.S., of the California Dental Group provided one free day of dental work to low-income residents on Wednesday, and another event is planned for Sunday, organizers said. Sunday’s free dental care will be given on a first-come, first-served basis between 8 a.m. and 4 p.m. at the California Dental Group, 14322 Telegraph Road, Suite A, California Dental Group spokeswoman Jennifer Morales said. The events are also taking place at the four other California Dental Group locations. There are two in Glendale, one in Eagle Rock and one in North Hollywood. Sahabi is providing the free care to mark Dental Health Month, Morales said, as well as to help those suffering during a difficult economy.
Utah dentists pitch in to give kids a smile
WEST VALLEY CITY — Hundreds of Utah dentists and volunteers had one goal in mind Saturday — give kids a smile. Hundreds of children across the state visited a place they normally don’t like — the dentist. But they were happy to go, because for them, dental work is hard to come by. “We’re taking care of their needs and getting them going because some of these children might have never seen a dentist before,” said Joe Mirci, lead dentist with the Give Kids a Smile program.
More than 800 volunteer dentists and staff gave away half a million dollars worth of free dental care. In Utah, more than 150,000 kids don’t have dental insurance. Tooth decay is the most common health problem in children.
Dentistry From the Heart – Free Dental Care Today
Dr. Tony Agapis will host the fifth annual Dentistry From The Heart (DFTH) event – providing a free day of dental work to more than 300 residents. Dentistry From The Heart patients travel from across Virginia every year to Dr. Agapis’ Chester, VA dental practice for the annual free day of dentistry, happening today, February 25, 2011.
In 2001, Dentistry From The Heart started with New Port Richey dentist Dr. Vincent Monticciolo as a way to giving back to the community and provide aid to the growing number of Americans without dental insurance. Since its inception, Dentistry From The Heart has grown to include over 200 annual events nationwide and provided more than 45,000 people with free dental work.