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On Saturday, June 27, Aspen Dental teams will be providing an opportunity for veterans to receive free dental care. This will be one of the largest single-day dental health initiatives for veterans ever. During the appointments, dental teams will be focusing on the most urgent needs of each veteran, including fillings, extractions, and denture repair. Interested veterans should set up an appointment by calling 1-844-ASPENHMM.

  • Who: Any Massachusetts veteran
  • What: Free dental care, as part of the Healthy Mouth Movement launched by Aspen Dental
  • Where: Participating Aspen Dental locations (call to find one near you!)
  • When: Saturday, June 27
Pictured: Dr. Melissa Thompson, DMD, Aspen Dental, at the MouthMobile on June 2, 2015

Pictured: Dr. Melissa Thompson, DMD, Aspen Dental, at the MouthMobile on June 2, 2015

The Department of Veterans’ Services joined Aspen Dental and their MouthMobile van earlier this month at Faneuil Hall. The MouthMobile is a 42 foot mobile dental clinic that allows Aspen Dental to provide free dental care, as part of their mission to “give America a healthy mouth.” A team from Aspen Dental was in the MouthMobile providing free dental care, along with information, to veterans who were in need of dental services.

Aspen Dental has built their name around providing affordable dental care, personalized treatment, and convenient hours and locations. The Healthy Mouth Movement is a mission by Aspen Dental to deliver free dental care and oral health education to communities in need. Last year, 2,000 members of the Aspen Dental team got together to provide over $1 million in free dental care to almost 3,000 patients. This year’s Healthy Mouth Movement is focusing on veterans, in partnership with Got Your 6—a nationwide organization that focuses on the empowerment of veterans and their communities.


Set up your appointment for free dental care today by calling 1 (844)-ASPENHMM. For more information visit www.HealthyMouthMovement.com


 

 

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