5th Annual Smiles for All; Free Dental Care Event thanks to SSF Dental Care

South San Francisco, CA    September 9, 2015   Submitted by South San Francisco Dental Care

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South San Francisco Dental Care Is Hosting A Day Of Free Dental Care

 The sun will shine a little brighter on Sunday, October 18th, when South San Francisco Dental Care hosts their fifth annual day of free dental care, Smiles for All. From dawn til dusk, volunteers will work tirelessly to give the under-served in our community – many who lined up before dawn – a free examination followed by a cleaning, filling or extraction.

“We want our community to know that we’re here for them – whether they’re out of a job, or just don’t have dental insurance. To us, dentistry is much more than just fixing a person’s teeth. It’s also about restoring their sense of dignity, and hope. ” said Dr. Kelvin Choi.

After four years, hosting their day of free dental care, South San Francisco Dental Care has donated $200,000 worth of dental treatment to over 400 neighbors in need. A generous donor to numerous causes in the city, their exceptional community service has been recognized by the South San Francisco Mayor’s office..

The event will take place on Sunday, October 18th at the South San Francisco Dental Care office at 2400 Westborough Blvd in South San Francisco. No appointments necessary.

Patients will be treated on a first-come, first-served basis. For more info about Smiles for All, please call 650-273-7309 or visit CLICK HERE

Smiles for All A Day of Free Dental Care


Who can be treated?
This event is open to the public, and our services are available to anyone over 18 years of age who needs free dental care. We apologize but we cannot serve minors.

What services will you be providing?
After a screening examination, you will receive a cleaning, filling or extraction as determined by you and your provider. Due to demand, we can only offer one of these services per participant

Can I make an appointment?
We are not scheduling appointments, but will treat patients on a first-come first served basis. We will do our best to treat all patients, but cannot guarantee service.

How long is the wait time?
Wait times can vary from as little as an hour to as long as 3 hours depending on the availability of providers, services provided, and the number of patients. We recommend lining up as early as possible for faster service.

Is parking available?
On-site parking is limited but there is street parking in the area.

Are you offering additional days of free dentistry?
We currently do not have other days planned. If you are unable to attend, please refer to this list of free or low-cost dental providers in San Francisco.

How can I help?

Additional comments or questions? Please contact smilesforall@ssfsmile.com

Spread the Word

You can help us reach those who need the care the most by sharing our Facebook event, Twitter feed, and posting our flyers at work or school.

Community Impact

Through our day of free dentistry event, we have been able to donate over $200,000 worth of dental services to over 400 members of our community who could not afford it. Our efforts have been recognized by the South San Francisco mayor’s office, San Mateo Board of Supervisors and State Assemblyman Kevin Mullin for our exceptional service to the community.

Smiles for All is made possible with the support of:

Samaritan House
Microdental Laboratories
Productive Printing
Pearson Dental

About South San Francisco Dental Care
Founded by Dr. Kelvin Choi, South San Francisco Dental Care is an award-winning general, cosmetic, implant and sedation dental office.  We also have a team of specialists in root therapy, gum disease treatment, dental implants, oral surgery and full-mouth rehabilitation. We strive to become the Bay area’s premier dental provider by combining the latest dental technology with unparalleled patient care. To learn more about our services, please CLICK HERE

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