MCCC Provides Free Dental Hygiene for Kids April 7

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Montgomery County Community College is cleaning teeth free of cost.

On April 7 between 8 AM to 1 PM, parents can accompany their children (ages 1–17) to the college’s dental hygiene clinic.

These free services include a dental exam, teeth cleaning, x-rays, sealants, and fluoride treatment. All treatments are supervised by licensed dentists and dental hygienists.

The college offers an associate’s degree program in dental hygiene.

Students have the opportunity to get hands-on training at the Blue Bell campus’s state-of-the-art Health Sciences Center in its dental hygiene clinic.

The clinic has been serving the public since 1973 and has the latest technological advances.

Parents can make an appointment by visiting the website of the MCCC Dental Hygiene Clinic.

Dental Hygiene Director Kimberly Erdman gives a tour of the Dental Hygiene Clinic at Montgomery County Community College.

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