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This Summer join us for a Journey to a Healthy Smile

Visiting your dentist may not be the first thing on anyone’s mind this Summer, especially for kids. But when you hear what’s going on at your local Western Dental, you may want to reconsider. This summer, a trip to the dentist can mean more than a routine check-up and cleaning.

All Summer long, you’ll find a flurry of fun and free activities at our dental offices. Kids who come in for an appointment with their parents can participate in coloring contests, win prizes, and meet Pearly, our official mascot, in select offices.

It’s all part of our “Journey to a Healthy Smile” Summer promotion taking place at every Western Dental and Western Dental Kids office throughout June and July – click here for a full schedule of events.

Summer has always been an ideal time to come in for a routine exam and cleaning or braces treatment. While kids are out of school parents have more options to schedule a visit for their child, but don’t wait too long, appointments are filling up fast! At your next appointment, ask for sealants and fluoride. Both are painless treatments designed to prevent cavities and build strong, healthy teeth. These and many other preventative treatments are typically already covered by many dental insurance plans, including Medi-Cal and Medicaid.

As a bonus, now there’ll be fun activities waiting for them, so parents won’t have to twist any arms this Summer.

Stay cool and have fun all Summer long

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