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No Cost Emergency Dental Care Will Be Provided at California Dental Group’s 8th Annual Dentistry Event on Sunday, September 29, 2013 in Upland CA.
Date:9/24/2013

Upland CA (PRWEB) September 24, 2013

Anyone who can’t afford the dental care that they need is welcome to visit California Dental Group’s Upland CA clinic between 8 am and 3 pm on Sunday, September 29, 2013 to participate in the 8th annual free dentistry event. During this time one emergency dental treatment per patient will be provided on a first come, first served basis. If time constraints prevent all patients from seeing a dentist in Upland CA, they will be issued vouchers to return for treatment on another day.

The dental treatments on offer will include:

  •     Fillings
  •     Emergency root canals
  •     Tooth extractions
  •     Toothache treatments
  •     Cleaning of infected gums

California Dental Group’s annual dentistry events are owner Dr. Kamran Sahabi’s way of giving back to the local community. By hosting these events, California Dental Group can provide patients with an opportunity to see a qualified dentist in Upland CA and get the treatment they need. This year alone, at least 1,000 patients are expected to visit California Dental Group’s seven locations as part of the event.

The inspiration for the free dentistry events comes from a disturbing trend that Dr. Sahabi began noticing at his clinics: many patients were postponing necessary dental work because they simply could not afford it. Noting that letting minor dental problems go untreated often leads to more serious and more expensive situations, Dr. Sahabi decided to take cost out of the equation for patients.

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