Dentistry From The Heart is coming upon its eighth year offering free dentistry to the underprivileged and uninsured in the Chickasha area, and it is turning into a national movement among other dental practices, including ours. 29th Street Family Dentistry is holding this Dentistry From The Heart event for one day out of the year as a gesture of goodwill and appreciation to the community. Dr. Phillips has made it a personal goal to take part in the program.
Dr. John Phillips operates a traditional dental practice throughout the year. During the February 13th event, Dr. Phillips and his staff are volunteering to offer some dental services to people in need, at no charge to them, and on a first come, first served basis. Dr. Phillips and his skilled staff hope to make a difference in the lives of those who come to them for help. Dr. Phillips and his team will do whatever they can on Dentistry From The Heart day to relieve pain and fix dental problems. Patients who need ongoing care or have problems that cannot be fixed in one day will be referred to area community clinics, where they can receive ongoing treatment at a low or no cost.
Dentistry From The Heart is just one day out of the year. On the other days, Dr. Phillips runs 29th Street Family Dentistry, which is among some of the most successful dental practices in the country. The office performs a full range of dental procedures, including oral sedation dentistry. For more information contact us at 405-222-0222 or visit www.chickashadentist.com.
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