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Free Dentistry Day 2013 – May 10

Helping those in need

“It all comes down to wanting to give back to our community, especially those that are doing it tough at the moment,” said Dr Kerr. “We hope that our dental services will do more than just treat people’s teeth – we also want to give them a reason to smile.”Come in and meet the dentists at Today's Dentistry, have a chat and see if their approach to teeth suits you.

Today’s Dentistry is providing a free day of dental care to local Brisbane residents on Friday, 10th of May.

Practice partners Dr Darryl Marsh and Dr David Kerr invite families and individuals who have dental problems to attend their practice for this ‘Free Dentistry Day’ which will be operated on a first come, first served basis.

Dr Kerr was inspired to bring this free dentistry event to his local area after participating in a similar charity day with the Australian Dental Foundation.

“It all comes down to wanting to give back to our community, especially those that are doing it tough at the moment,” said Dr Kerr. “We hope that our dental services will do more than just treat people’s teeth – we also want to give them a reason to smile.”

Dr Marsh and Dr Kerr, along will two of the practice hygienists will see patients of all ages throughout the day to diagnose any painful teeth problems, provide fillings, extractions and dental cleanings free of charge.

Free Dentistry Day on May 10, 2013In order to help as many people as possible, dental problems which are more complex or which would require multiple visits will not be able to be treated on this day.

The ‘Free Dentistry Day’ runs from 8.30am to 4pm and patients will be seen on a first come, first served basis.

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