At Schaumburg Dental Studio, we are deeply committed to the health of our community. For us, this means not only providing the best quality care we can, it also means making it available to every member of our community. Through our generous financing programs, we are able to make a happy and healthy smile possible for Schaumburg community members every day.
On September 30th, myself and the team at Schaumburg Dental Studio had another wonderful opportunity to give back to our community: our annual Dentistry From The Heart drive.
We talk about DFH a lot on here, but it’s really something you have to see to believe. Whether it’s a patient who has lost their job along with their health insurance or a son bringing his mother to receive her first dental treatment in years, our Dentistry From The Heart drives always leave us with heartwarming stories that teach us important lessons in humility and dignity.
The shirt says it all: “Smile, It’s Free!” Obviously, we can’t afford to give free dental care to all of our patients all of the time, so free dental care is definitely something to smile about. But the more important message for us is that you never have to pay money to smile. Although it can pay for dental care, money can’t buy happiness. That comes from within. It comes from the heart.
SDS is proud to participate in an annual Dentistry From The Heart event, which helps to sponsor free dental care for those unable to afford oral care otherwise. Dentistry From The Heart is such an amazing organization—they provide sponsorships for dentists around the country (and the world) to provide complimentary care to those in need.
Every year, Schaumburg Dental Studio hosts a Dentistry From The Heart clinic, where we treat as many people as we can fit in a day, providing fillings, extractions, and cleanings on a first-come-first-serve basis, free of charge. It’s our way of giving back to the community that has shown us so much love.
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