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abigailGreat Neck & Mid-Island Dental Associates has partnered up with non-profit organization, America’s ToothFairy. With this organization, we have chosen a lucky child that will be receiving free dental services through our practice with Dr. Anand. The child is 3 year old Abigail Burgess and she was chosen due to her desperate need for dental work and financial hardship her family is facing. This is a program all the partners have opened their hearts to. Thanks to anesthesiologist, Dr. Barnes, Abigail will also be able to have her procedures done under sedation for free.

Everyone is very excited about being able to create a united effort to eliminate tooth decay and protect the smiles of our most vulnerable children, those who cannot afford it.

 

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National Children’s Oral Health Foundation: America’s ToothFairy® (NCOHF) is dedicated to eliminating children’s preventable suffering from pediatric dental disease by providing programs and comprehensive resources to deliver community-based critical preventive, educational and treatment services.

Formed in the U.S. in 2006 as a collaborative effort of clinicians, academicians, corporate leaders and caring individuals, National Children's Oral Health Foundation supports the delivery of oral health education and care at the prenatal level.

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UPDATE: Free Dental Services for One Lucky Child

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