Howard Family Dental is proud to offer our annual Free Dental Day, held on November 17th, 2017. The staff and dentists at Howard Family Dental will provide one free service for both children and adults; choose a cleaning, filling or extraction. The event is first come, first served and is limited to the first 175 people.
Over the last few years, the event has grown and includes many community organizations. America’s Second Harvest of Coastal Georgia and Target Distribution brings food for individuals and families that are suffering with food insecurity. Walgreens staff will also be onsite providing complimentary flu shots. Strickland’s Funeral Home and Calvary Assembly of God generously allow parking and many local restaurants offer food donations for their volunteers.
Numbers will be handed out the day of the event, beginning at 6:30 am. The event is held at our Pooler location, 91 Brighton Woods Drive, every year the Friday before Thanksgiving. It is our way of giving thanks and appreciation to the community.
Last year, Howard Family Dental Free Dental Day served 225 people and completed $65,000 worth of services.
About Howard Family Dental:
Howard Family Dental is Coastal Georgia’s most trusted name in family dentistry. Locally owned and operated since 1980, our company has offices conveniently located to serve greater Savannah, Pooler, Brunswick, Hinesville, Statesboro, Beaufort, Bluffton, Richmond Hill and Rincon. The dentists and staff at Howard Family Dental offer a wide range of dental services catering specifically to your patient needs. Services include Crowns, Bridges, Periodontal, Cosmetic Dentistry, Teeth Whitening, Invisalign and Sleep Apnea. For more information, call us at (912)629-9000.
About America’s Second Harvest of Coastal Georgia, Inc.:
America’s Second Harvest of Coastal Georgia serves as a regional food bank, functioning as the food warehouse and distribution center to more than 280 non-profit organizations and churches in our area. Through food relief programs and collaboration with partner agencies, America’s Second Harvest distributed more than 10.1 million pounds of food last year to people in need in our community – children, senior citizens, people with disabilities, people experiencing homelessness and others whose incomes are insufficient to meet their basic needs. To learn more about the fight against hunger in our community, call (912) 236-6750 or visit www.helpendhunger.org.