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Veterans can get free dental work done in Dayton: Here’s how

Published: Thursday, October 17, 2019 @ 11:01 AM


            FILE: Veteran Paul Gabriel has his teeth cleaned and checked free of charge by dental hygienist Tabatha Whitaker at the Dayton Dental Collaborative last week during the Veterans Appreciation Day. Marshall Gorby/Staff
FILE: Veteran Paul Gabriel has his teeth cleaned and checked free of charge by dental hygienist Tabatha Whitaker at the Dayton Dental Collaborative last week during the Veterans Appreciation Day. Marshall Gorby/Staff

The Dayton Dental Collaborative is offering free dental work to veterans for one day next month.

The initiative, called “To Serve Those Who Have Served Us,” will start at 8 a.m. Nov. 15 in the offices of Gregory Shelhouse at 5685 Far Hills Ave. in Dayton.

Interested veterans can schedule an appointment by contacting the collaborative by phone at 937-435-5163 or by sending an email to Liberty Jennings at liberty@smileddc.com, according to a pres release.

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“This practice was built around skill and compassion, Shelhouse said in a prepared statement. “Each day we strive to provide a unique patient experience. Our team is excited to show our gratitude to those who have served us by offering our services to them at no cost.”

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