LOS ANGELES, California--The end of adult Denti-Cal services earlier this year left many disadvantaged Californians unable to find affordable dental care.
USC School of Dentistry alumni can help the school's Mobile Dental Clinic serve Californians in need by purchasing new equipment for their practice. With each purchase of an airBUG e1 intraoral isolation device or refill kit, Edge Medical Technologies will make a donation to the Mobile Dental Clinic through the airBUG Pollination Program.
This program is a way for USC dentists to give back while getting the latest technology for themselves, said Brian P. Black, CEO and president of Edge Medical Technologies.
"This is a win-win situation for both USC School of Dentistry alumni that want the best for their practice and the USC students and faculty members working so hard to help people throughout California," Black said.
As part of this agreement, Edge Medical Technologies will make a $100 donation when School of Dentistry alumni purchase the airBUG e1 Operatory Kit or a $5 donation with the purchase of a Refill Kit.
The USC Mobile Dental Clinic, started in 1968, travels throughout southern and central California, providing more than $1 million in free dental care for thousands of patients each year.
USC's five-vehicle fleet has the capacity to provide many types of oral health services from checkups and cleanings to extractions, restorations, and other major procedures.
For more information on the airBUG e1 and participating in the pollination program, visit airBUG or call (866) 979-3343.
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