UB Offering Free Dental Services To-Go
Now you're really out of excuses to put off seeing a dentist.
The University at Buffalo Dental School is taking their craft on the road.
WIVB reports the mobile unit will be staffed with faculty and students ready to serve the uninsured, or underinsured, for free.
“We’re providing treatment for people who are uninsured or underinsured at no cost.The funding is being provided by the mother foundation and a grant from delta dental to be able to provide the care for patients in need,” said Sarah Barry d.D.S. of UB Dental School.
If you're in need of services, you can get them now through Oct. 9 at Services at the Hennepin Community Center, 24 Ludington St. in Buffalo.
After that, the van will travel to the Westminster Community Charter School from Oct. 13-30.
To get treatment, you should make an appointment. To register for the program, call Julie at 716-803-3699 or Sarah at 716-449-1674, reports WIVB.
According to UB, the Smiles To Go Dental Van has been serving the rural areas of Western New York for over 15 years, providing approximately 3500 services to people in Chautauqua County yearly.