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Northridge Hospital Gets Over $10,000.00 in Donations From Local Dentist's Office Grand Opening Charity Event
Date:10/8/2009

NORTHRIDGE, Calif., Oct. 8 /PRNewswire/ -- On September 17, the City of Los Angeles recognized local dentist, Alan R. Stein with a plaque for hosting the 'Reasons to Smile' benefit at the grand opening of his new office. The Northridge Hospital Foundation received $10,195.00 as a result of the event.

The charity event, 'Reasons to Smile,' was an expose of dental and medical awareness, constructed to raise funds for the Northridge Hospital Medical Center. Supporters of the event included Sirona Dental Systems, the Northridge Hospital Medical Center, Color Images Print and Copy, Aetna Insurance, www.TheDentalInsider.com, Edible Arrangements, Discus Dental, DaVinci Laboratory, Patterson Dental and Nobel Biocare.

Guests at the event showed their support by engaging in the raffle and silent auction. Notable donors included Patterson Dental, Don Kobashigowa D.D.S. of Toluca Lake Dentistry and The Aetna Foundation which donated $5,000.00.

"Alan's commitment to the community is simply remarkable. Supporting such a great cause was the least we could do," says Jeff Whiteman, owner, Color Images Copy and Print.

"The Northridge Hospital Foundation does so much for the hospital and the community; it was our honor hosting such an event on their behalf," states Dr. Stein. "It was wonderful watching everyone pull together to make 'Reasons to Smile' a success, for companies such as Aetna Insurance and Patterson Dental to donate so significantly is truly commendable."

When asked why Aetna chose to donate to 'Reasons to Smile,' Diana Meyer, Aetna's Market Vice President, National Accounts stated, "We look for opportunities to collaborate with our local providers and support community based programs such as the Northridge Foundation."

Alan Stein, D.D.S. brings over 30 years of experience to the community. Born and raised in Los Angeles, he received his dental degree from the University of Southern California School Of Dentistry, where he served as faculty for over 10 years. He in an active council member of the American Dental Association, the California Dental Association, the San Fernando Valley Dental Society, and Northridge Hospital Medical Center and prides himself on his community involvement. Previously heralded 'Best Dentist' in the San Fernando Valley by Healthbeat Magazine and the Daily News, Dr. Stein has been accredited with being an industry authority by his peers and continues to demonstrate excellence and dedication in the field of dentistry. For more information please visit: www.alansteindds.com

SOURCE Alan Stein, D.D.S.


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