Give Kids a Smile

By Sara Lee Kessler

Children from families that are struggling to put food on the table often don’t get the dental care they need.  For many that translates into cavities.  Dr. Robert Grunstein, a Paterson dentist, says that’s why free dentistry on “Give Kids a Smile” day and outreach efforts during this National Children’s Dental Health Month are so important.

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2 Responses to Give Kids a Smile

  1. Joy says:

    Free dentistry is such a great need for kids. I’ve heard that it’s so critical for kids to develop health habits because dental health impacts overall health. I found this site that offers a lot of practical tips about how to help care for your kids teeth from infancy through the teen years. Great resource! Mom’s Guide to Caring for Little Teeth

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