Mission of Mercy: Free Dental Care for Adults
On June 29th and 30th, there will be two days of free dental clinic held at the Crow Expo Center in Fayetteville.
The temporary clinic will be held at the Crown Expo Center, and this event is aimed at helping adults whose income is below the 200% Federal Poverty Guideline.
Unfortunately, there are just too many adults struggling with plenty of dental complications, and they cannot afford a checkup to see what the problem is.
If they can’t afford a checkup, they also cannot afford proper treatment.
These people will just live on their lives with dental abscesses, gum disease complications, bleeding gums, or missing teeth.
According to estimations, at this clinic dental care will be provided to approximately 1,000 patients.
Some of the main dental care services offered include basic oral surgical procedures, professional cleanings, tooth extractions, tooth fillings and several other dental hygiene services and advice.
On Friday, the first day of the clinic, the doors will open at 6:00am and care will be provided up until 5:00pm.
On Saturday, the second day of the clinic, the doors will open at 6:00am and services will be provided until 3:00pm.
Low income patients and those without any insurance are welcome to join the event and get the dental care that they need for free.
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