Garden State Dental East Brunswick to Provide Free Dental Care for Kids
(EAST BRUNSWICK, NJ) – Local dentists at Garden State Dental East Brunswick will provide free preventive and restorative dental care and, if necessary, make referrals for continuing treatment for children ages 17 and under as part of National Children’s Dental Health Month (CDHM). The one-day program, called Give Kids A Smile (GKAS), will take place on Friday, February 3, 2017, and is part of the American Dental Association’s annual push to bring attention to the number one chronic childhood disease: tooth decay.
Children who come to Garden State Dental East Brunswick on February 3 will receive a comprehensive dental exam, any necessary dental treatment, oral healthcare instruction, and free dental hygiene materials including toothbrushes, floss and toothpaste.Parents must make an appointment in order for their child to be treated. Call Garden State Dental East Brunswick at 732-432-5982 to set up a visit on February 3. The office is located at 422 Highway 18 North, East Brunswick, NJ 08816.
Last February, almost 3,000 children visited 121 sites across New Jersey, including private dental offices like Garden State Dental East Brunswick. In New Jersey, GKAS is supported by Colgate, Henry Schein Dental, Delta Dental of NJ and private donations.
Garden State Dental East Brunswick has been practicing dentistry for more than 20 years in East Brunswick. In addition to helping children smile, the dentists also provide comprehensive dental services to adults. The team includes general dentists, an oral surgeon, a periodontist (gum specialist), and an orthodontist. For more information, visit www.GardenStateDental.com or call 732-432-5982.
Founded in 1991, DCA is one of the largest multi-branded dental support organizations in the U.S. with more than 260 affiliated practices in 13 states. DCA-affiliated practices provide patients with a wide range of dental services including general dentistry, endodontics, oral surgery, orthodontics, pediatric dentistry, and periodontics. DCA provides dentists with clinical autonomy, career satisfaction, and growth opportunities by reducing day-to-day administrative responsibilities so they can focus on providing the best clinical care to each patient.
In my first two years out of school, I was fortunate enough to take the IV sedation course and implant courses. Dental Care Alliance actually picked up the tab. It was over $20,000 in courses. If I started my own practice I would not have had that opportunity.