Community Dental Day: March 6

According to the CDC, more than 30% of American adults aged 20-44 are living with untreated tooth decay. Over a third of American adults have not seen a dentist within the past year. As the 2000 Surgeon General’s Report indicates, oral health affects much more than our smiles – it’s a crucial component of overall wellbeing. Dental problems can painfully lower quality of life, and since many diseases are first detected through oral symptoms, routine oral exams are critical in maintaining good health. But for many in our community who lack insurance coverage and are short on cash, regular dental care is simply out of reach.

Fortunately, UC Blue Ash College is here to help! On March 6, UC dental hygiene students will partner with local dental professionals to offer free exams and essential services. We would love for all of our NEEDS clients to take advantage of this terrific opportunity.

Who: Adults (aged 18 and over) can participate in the clinic.
Where: UC Blue Ash College, Walters Hall (#4 Metro Bus Line, Plainfield Rd)
When: Friday, March 6 from 8:00-2:00. Patients are seen on a first-come, first-served basis.
Available services: Patients can choose one of the following free services – cleaning, filling, or extraction.

While the free community dental day is an annual event, UC Blue Ash College also offers low-cost preventive services to adults and children throughout the year.

For more information about UC Blue Ash Dental Hygiene Clinic and community dental day, call 513-936-1668 or visit

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