Program offering veterans free dental services ends April 29

There is even now time for qualifying veterans to get benefit of free of charge preventative dental hygiene companies at UMA-Bangor Dental Cleanliness Clinic

The Maine Bureau of Veterans’ Providers and 22 participating clinics, such as the UMA Dental Cleanliness Clinic in Bangor, are offering dental cleanliness solutions to veterans not able to afford preventive dental care. The Maine Veterans’ Dental Community, which is overseen by MBVS, received a $100,000 grant from Northeast Delta Dental to serve veterans who do not normally have dental coverage or can’t afford dental treatment.

The UMA Dental Cleanliness Clinic obtained $6,000 of this grant funding and has been supplying preventive dental cleanliness providers (e.g. cleanings) for qualifying veterans all through the slide semester. Nonetheless, this method only runs through April 29, so qualifying veterans are inspired to make an appointment these days.

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