The Dorosti Family Dental team will be offering free dental care to children from 8 am-1 pm, Friday, February 17 through the Give Kids A Smile program. The Give Kids A Smile program is a collaborative effort among the American Dental Association, the Ohio Dental Association and other state and component dental societies throughout the U.S. to provide dental care and oral health education to children without dental coverage.
The holidays are coming fast and before you know it, 2016 will be coming to a close … along with your dental benefits!
Now is a good time to schedule your cleaning, exam and any other procedures as soon as possible in order to fully utilize your 2016 insurance benefits. These benefits, as well as healthcare flexible spending accounts, may expire at the end of December. Unlike medical insurance, healthcare flexible spending accounts and most dental insurance plans do not roll over to the following year. As such, any unused benefits dollars for 2016 will be lost.
Do you know a family with kids (ages 3-14) in need of dental care–without dental insurance? We’d like to help. From 8 am-1 pm on Friday, February 12, the Dorosti Dental & Associates team will volunteer their time to help underserved kids get the oral health care they need, during a special Give Kids A Smile® event at our office.
This blog series profiles the highly skilled, professional team members that make Dorosti Family Dental the BEST dental group in the Zanesville Ohio area. Today, we’re introducing you to Melissa (“Missy”) …
Our new blog series will profile the highly skilled, professional team members that make Dorosti Family Dental the BEST dental group in the Zanesville Ohio area. Today, we’re introducing you to Haleigh …
Q: What is your job title?
A: My job title is RDH/BSDH/EFDA/OHASP (Registered Dental Hygienist/Bachelor of science in Dental Hygiene/Expanded Functions Dental Auxillary/Oral Health Access Supervision Permit)
Q: What does your work day look like?
A: Some days I clean teeth. Some days I do fillings, anesthetic or provide nitrous oxide sedation–depending on what the office needs or the doctor needs that day. I’m in the office 5 days a week and I see about 9 patients a day.