Septodont donates dental products to NCOHF affiliate network

Dec. 2, 2009
Donated products valued at $25,000.

CHARLOTTE, North Carolina--Septodont has donated dental products valued at $25,000 to the National Children's Oral Health Foundation: America's Toothfairy to provide dental treatment for underserved children across the country.

Four NCOHF affiliates--Central Community College in Hastings, Neb., Valley Community Clinic in North Hollywood, Calif., Children's Dental Health Services in Rochester, Minn., and Wilkes Public Health Dental Clinic in North Wilkesboro, N.C.-- each received up to $7,000 in donated Septodont products to support continued comprehensive oral healthcare services for local at-risk children.

Kent Chiu, president of Septodont said, "We are proud to support the America's Toothfairy mission to eliminate children's pain and suffering from pediatric dental disease. As 'experts in pain control,' Septodont is dedicated to improving the dental experience for all children, especially those from vulnerable populations currently served through the NCOHF Affiliate network."

Added Fern Ingber, NCOHF's president and CEO: "NCOHF affiliate partners are the heart and soul of our organization, relying on dedicated community support to sustain critical local oral healthcare programs. Septodont's generous product donation provides our Affiliates with valuable tools to continue expanding access to care for all underserved American children."

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