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8th Annual Dentistry Event Takes Place at California Dental Group's Port Hueneme CA Office Offering Complimentary Emergency Dental Care to the Community
Date:9/23/2013

oing dental issues that they simply couldn't afford to have treated. The annual dentistry events provide Dr. Sahabi and his staff with the opportunity to help these patients receive the care they need without worrying about costs.

Of course, putting on the free dentistry events does result in costs for Dr. Sahabi. He expects at least 1,000 patients to attend the events held at California Dental Group’s seven clinic locations, but the out-of-pocket expenses are well worth it to him because of the value they create for his patients.

During the dentistry event, patients receive advice as well as care. Dr. Sahabi makes a point of telling each patient that the two biggest problems in dentistry - tooth decay and gum disease - are both preventable with good oral hygiene and regular visits to the dentist in Port Hueneme CA. By preventing tooth decay and gum disease, patients can also prevent the complications that can arise from these problems, which include tooth loss, tooth pain, infections, and even increased risk of stroke and heart disease.

Dentistry events aren't the only way that California Dental Group assists those who may have trouble affording proper dental care. This network of dental offices also offers amazingly affordable $29 dental cleanings, plus their own in-house dental plan offering big savings on many dental procedures.

About California Dental Group

California Dental Group has been serving Southern California for 21 years and is a recognized leader in all aspects of dental services including family dentistry, cosmetic dentistry, and dental implants. California Dental Group has seven centrally located offices and is accredited with the American Dental Association and the California Dental Association.

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305 E. Port Huenem
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