I wanted to share this amazing FREE dental clinic event with you. I will also be making an appearance at this event. If you know someone in your life that can not afford dental care let them know about this free clinic. Bi-annual teeth cleanings are often overlooked. Oral health is important to your overall health. I attached a link to the flier, feel free to print and send it to needy families.
Tara Arnold, RN
Mrs. Oregon America 2013
Click Here for a flier: Happy tooth Holiday
Green Apple Dental will be hosting it’s 3rd annual “Happy Tooth Holiday” We will open our
Eastside dental clinic, located at 2150 NE 82nd Avenue, on December 24th from 7:00 a.m. to
11:00 a.m. Green Apple Dental will provide free dental care to anyone.
On Happy Tooth Holiday, all services are free to anyone. Patients are helped on a first-come,
first-served basis, receiving a variety of basic dental care from cleanings to extractions. More
serious dental problems are handled on a case-by-case basis and at the discretion of the
individual dentist. Approximately 4 Green Apple Dental dentists 2 Dental Hygienists and 10 staff
members will donate their time on Happy Tooth Holiday.
Green Apple Dental will be accepting donations during Happy Tooth Holiday. All donated items
in the form of non-perishable foods, clothing, toys and money will be given to the Portland
Police Sunshine Division.
According to Dr. George Kang, President and co- Founder of Green Apple Dental, “Many
families have financial stress and have expressed that they are not able to pay for dental
care for their loved ones. For some people, including kids, Happy Tooth Holiday might be
the only time they see a dentist all year. Our doctors and dental team are happy to have this
opportunity to share their dental skills with the community during the holidays”.
Dr. George Kang, D.D.S., co-founded Green Apple Dental with his wife, Elisabeth Kang,BS,RDH in 2005. After receiving a dental scholarship from the U.S. Navy, he served 5 years overseas in the United States Naval Dental Corps with the 7th Fleet in Yokosuka, Japan and Pearl Harbor, Hawaii. During their time overseas, Elisabeth volunteered dental services with the American Red Cross and supported her husband with his Naval duties as a dentist and a Division Officer.