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June 27th Is National HIV Testing Day-New York Celebrity Dentist Offers Free Oral Rapid HIV Testing In the Dental Office
Date:6/22/2010

June 27th is National HIV Testing Day. In recognition of this health observance day, VIP Smiles, owned by celebrity dentist Dr. Catrise Austin will be offering free HIV testing in New York City at their 57th Street location by appointment from June 21st - June 28th, 2010. VIP Smiles is the first private dental practice in the nation certified and trained to offer the OraQuick ADVANCE® Rapid HIV-1/2 Antibody Test, which can be administered orally during regular dental exams and delivers results in just 20 minutes. Since July 2009, VIP Smiles has screened hundreds dental patients for the HIV virus and believes that HIV testing in the dental office should become the standard of care.

(PRWEB) June 22, 2010 -- VIP Smiles owned by celebrity dentist Dr. Catrise Austin, announced today the availability free rapid HIV testing with OraQuick ADVANCE® Rapid HIV-1/2 Antibody Test in their Manhattan office. In recognition of National HIV Testing Day on June 27th, VIP Smiles will be offering free HIV testing by appointment from June 21- June 28th, 2010. VIP Smiles is the first private practice in the nation certified and trained to offer the test, which can be administered orally during regular dental exams and delivers results in just 20 minutes. Since July 2009, VIP Smiles has screened hundreds of their own dental patients for the HIV virus and believes that HIV Testing in the dental office should become the standard of care.

“One of the first signs and symptoms of HIV appears in the mouth, so dentists have a unique opportunity to play a significant role in detecting HIV and championing rapid HIV testing,” said Dr. Austin. “We’re proud to be the first private practice to offer the OraQuick ADVANCE® test, and we’ve partnered with the New York State Department of Health to generate awareness and promote its benefits.”

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