ECU dental students assist in free dental clinic

East Carolina University dental students Amanda Stroud, left, and Sheena Neil provide care for a patient at the North Carolina Missions of Mercy free dental clinic held Oct. 28-29 at the Dare County Parks and Recreation Center. Formed in 2003, the North Carolina Missions of Mercy portable free dental program is an outreach program of the North Carolina Dental Society. The program is sponsored by the North Carolina Dental Health Fund. The goals of the program are to provide free dental care to as many underserved persons within North Carolina as is possible and to involve as much of the dental community of the state in the treatment of the underserved as is possible.

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  10. More people should receive free dental consultation whit help from the government to be able to identify any teeth problems before it is too late.
    Most importantly the population should be more informed about the risks on our health when if we do not take care of our teeth.

  11. It’s good that there’s an initiative that helps the residents of North Carolina who have limited dental health benefits. Kudos to the ECU students who helped in this campaign!

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