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Local dental office holds annual ‘Give kids a smile’ day

FPS staff report

Giving Kids a SmileCarrollton Family Dental held “Give Kids a Smile Day” Feb. 6 for children in the community who do not have dental insurance.

The event is held annually in February and allows children to have an oral exam, prophy (cleaning) and bite wing x-rays taken at no charge.

Staff assisted 22 children and cared for their overall dental health. The doctors will also see any children with restorative needs at no charge as well.
“Carrollton Family Dental is very excited to be helping the community,” said a spokesperson for the facility.

Shown  in the photo from left are: Kaden Thompson, 6, Brysen Thompson, 9, and (seated) Kiley Thompson, 4, and Makayla Thompson, 4, with Dr. N. Kent Berg DDS.


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