More than $100 in free dental services are available to children ages one-to-17, Friday, Feb. 1 in Morgantown at the West Virginia University Pediatric Dentistry Clinic. Services by dental and dental hygiene students from the WVU School of Dentistry include an exam, necessary X-rays and fluoride treatments. Clients can begin scheduling appointments for the limited spaces Friday (Jan. 18).
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“The exam can be preventative and also determine if additional treatment is needed. Patients receive oral hygiene instructions and information on how diet choices impact oral health.” —Therese Bonasso, WVU dental hygienist.
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