Minnesota Dental Association
Thousands of kids in the Twin Cities are about to get some free dental work. There are still appointments available for the “Give Kids a Smile” event, happening this weekend.
Minnesota dentists will be providing free dental care services for children in need across the state on Feb. 1-2.
After day two of Mission of Mercy’s free dental care for the needy outreach event at the Verizon Wireless Center in Mankato, Minn., nearly 1,500 people received free care.
Dental care is something that many families have a hard time affording, especially those who don’t have dental insurance. That is why thousands of Minnesotans will get the opportunity to get free dental care, regardless of their ability to pay.
In communities all around us, there is no shortage of good, hard-working families that just need a little help to get through tough times. So, in this Season of Hope, WCCO is connecting families in need with those who can help.
Good news for parents struggling to get their kids to the dentist in this tough economy.
The thought of a dentist’s chair is enough to make many grownups break out in a sweat. Now, imagine being a toddler facing the bright lights, noisy tools and a masked stranger. But there are ways to make it all less scary.
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