Company partners with Veterans Community Project to offer free dental services

For veterans, it can be very difficult to get dental care after leaving active duty. A company has partnered with the Veterans Community Project to help with free dental services. “said David Pope, an Army veteran. Pope said he was driving down Troost Avenue on Monday when he saw the big blue trailer, where he found free dental treatment,” Pope said. There were free exams, x-rays, crowns and even fillings for veterans who needed them. “We just want to give back to them. They’ve done so much for us. They’ve served us so much. Now we’re here to serve them,” said Allyson Sessions, of Love to Smile Onsite. world. And I really appreciate it, and I thank the veterans for having this for us,” said an Air Force veteran named Mark. More than 30 veterans will receive free dental care this week and they say it’s a pretty big al because veterans like Pope have said they haven’t had a dental checkup since 1999. “People are out of work. You can’t afford to, you know, go to the dentist like you should,” Pope said here in Kansas City,” Chris Admire, executive director of the Veterans Community Project, told The Love To Smile Onsite group. said all appointments for this week were filled on Monday, but the truck will return to the Veterans Community Project in February.Contact the Veterans Community Project for an appointment.

For veterans, it can be very difficult to get dental care after leaving active duty.

A company has partnered with Veterans Community Project to help with free dental services.

“I think this is a great opportunity for people to get healthy,” said David Pope, an army veteran.

Pope said he was driving down Troost Avenue on Monday when he saw the large blue trailer, where he found free dental care.

“You have to be on active duty to get dental treatment,” Pope said.

There were free checkups, x-rays, crowns and even fillings for veterans who needed them.

“We just want to give back to them. They’ve done so much for us. They’ve served us, so now we’re here to serve them,” said Allyson Sessions of Love to Smile Onsite.

“It means the world. It means the world. And I really appreciate that, and thank the veterans for having that for us,” said an Air Force veteran named Mark.

More than 30 veterans will get free dental care this week and they say it’s a big deal because veterans like Pope said they haven’t had a dental checkup since 1999.

“People are out of work. You can’t afford to, you know, go to the dentist like you should,” Pope said.

“There is a great need for this service and it’s just a great way for us to have something more to offer our veterans here in Kansas City,” said Chris Admire, executive director of the Veterans Community Project. .

The Love To Smile Onsite group said all appointments for this week were filled on Monday, but the truck will return to the Veterans Community Project in February. They say just contact the Veterans Community Project about getting an appointment.

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