“Give Kids a Smile” Event – Offering Free Dental Care for Uninsured, Low-income Children

February is National Children’s Dental Health Month.  As part of the American Dental Association’s “Give Kids a Smile” campaign, Shasta Community Health Center, along with other local dentists and community supporters, will once again offer FREE dental care to help those children living in Shasta County that do not have insurance, ages 0 to 18 on Friday, February 14th from 9am to 4pm at two locations:

Redding: 1400 Market Street, Room 8103

Anderson: 2801 Silver Street

Located at Shasta Community Health Center Dental Clinics.

No appointments – First-come, first served.

Give Kids a Smile is sponsored by Shasta Community Health Center & the following Community Partners:

*Northern California Dental Society
*Shasta College Dental Hygiene
*Shasta County Public Health
*Shasta Dental Hygienist Society
*Shasta Trinity ROP Dental Assisting

More information on this event is at www.shastahealth.org/news/give-kids-smile

-from press release

-from press release
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  1. Avatar marcelmeister says:

    This is great effort from American dental association and it’s really commendable. Really children do suffer from dental problems and dentists have added new plans such as family dentistry programs http://www.phelandental.com/services/family-denti… which include adults and children being consulted for dental issues on regular basics. Children need to be educated about the importance of dental health as dental health proves to be the vital part in maintaining the overall health of the body.