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Alan Stein D.D.S. Opens His Doors and Empties His Pockets
Date:6/17/2009

Northridge Hospital Foundation to Benefit

NORTHRIDGE, Calif., June 17 /PRNewswire/ -- Local dentist, Alan Stein, announced today he will be hosting the 'Reasons to Smile' benefit at the grand opening of his new office located in Northridge. For every person in attendance, a donation to the Northridge Hospital Foundation will be made. This celebration is set for Thursday, September 17, 2009 at 5pm and there is no cost to attend.

While exploring the 2,700 sq. foot facility, guests will be able to socialize with staff and friends, win raffle prizes, enjoy wine and hors d'oeurves, and talk with representatives from industry leaders such as 3M ESPE, Sirona Dental Systems, Northridge Hospital, Discus Dental, Invisilign(R) and Nobel Biocare. Guests can also up the ante of the doctor's donation by spinning the 'Reasons to Smile' wheel!

"I've been waiting for an opportunity to give back to the community and show my gratitude toward Northridge Hospital. They are an exemplary facility which I am proud to support," stated Dr. Stein.

Brian Hammel, Foundation President said, "We are thankful to Alan not only for hosting this event for the Foundation, but for the years of continued dedication and service to the hospital. He has given us many reasons to smile."

Northridge Hospital Medical Center, a 411-bed not-for-profit hospital, has proudly served the 1.9 million residents of the San Fernando Valley for more than 50 years.

The Northridge Hospital Foundation has played a pivotal role in the medical center by providing support for vital life saving programs and services, health related community benefit programs and state-of-the-art medical equipment. They are dedicated to raise funds to help develop programs that serve patients today and for many tomorrows to come. For more information visit:

SOURCE Alan Stein D.D.S.
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