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HRH FOUNDATION, HOGAN FAMILY DENTAL OFFERING FREE CHILDREN’S DENTAL CARE JANUARY 6

January 05, 2012


Holy Rosary Healthcare Foundation’s SmileSavers program will hold a free children’s dental clinic Friday, January 6th, at Hogan Family Dental in Miles City. Appointments are available now for children ages four to 12 who are uninsured, on Medicare, Medicaid, Healthy Montana Kids or otherwise have a financial need for care.

 

Dr. Eric Hogan, Dr. Robin Hogan and their team of dental assistants and hygienists from Hogan Family Dental will be providing complete dental care (except orthodontia) to approximately 40 children, ages four to 12, during this free clinic.

 

The Foundation, through the financial support of donors and through the collaborative relationship with Big Sky Smile Center and Hogan Family Dental, provides complete dental services for youth living in the Miles City area. SmileSavers has operated in its first five years through a partnership with the Ronald McDonald CareMobile, and in 2010 moved to the partnership with local dentists. Since the program was launched in 2005, over 800 children have received care. According to the most recent census data, approximately 79 percent of children in Montana are without dental coverage.

 

Jackie Muri, CGPA, MSL, HRH Foundation Director, added: “This program is so important to this community and our local kids. SmileSavers is one more living and breathing example of how our Foundation’s donors are making such a meaningful difference right here at home.”

 

The next SmileSavers will be February 3rd at Hogan Family Dental. To learn more about SmileSavers or contribute to this worthy cause, please contact Holy Rosary Healthcare Foundation by phone at (406) 233-4043, visiting online at www.hrhfoundation.com, or by emailing at foundation@hrh-mt.org. The Holy Rosary Healthcare Foundation, a 501(c)3 charitable organization, partners with donors to enhance health-related services, solutions, and programs in eastern Montana.