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Yesterday Perfect Dental Chelmsford team went to Girls Inc again to visit with the older preteens. They named reasons we get cavities and ways to prevent them from happening, also practiced flossing and gave out toothbrushes.
Today we visited Girls Incorporated a non profit organization. We educated girls from the age of 5-13 years old, shared ways to count up to two minutes during brushing, so they could brush for two minutes .
Last week we did 4 events with 9 groups of kids from 5-13 years of age at Mcauliffe School, Greenhalge School, Pawtucket School and Rogers School. Our goal is to provide dental health education to the kids and to motivate dental hygiene maintenance.
Our Brand Ambassador Christina, educated students from 5-13 years old at the Murkland Elementary School (after school care), Bailey Site of Community Team Work at the Bailey School and Lincoln Site of Community Teamwork at Abraham Lincoln Elementary School.
The Perfect Dental Attleboro and Taunton family would like to say Happy Holidays to all and give a special thank you to everyone who contributed to our food drive for the month of December.
With the cold weather here, we as an office are trying to find ways to help keep everyone warm. We’ve started up our toasty toes drive where at the end of the month we’re giving warm socks to Salvation Army.
Today Perfect Dental Chelmsford team went to Knowledge Begging’s in Chelmsford, MA. They practice brushing and flossing and gave them a Christmas basket filled with fruits. We hope they enjoyed it.
Today Perfect Dental Methuen team delivered to Salvation Army to a boy that has autism. He loves doing things with his hands so we got him different types of clay dough that teaches him how to count and also a transformer, he loves transformers.