Dental Center Provides Free Services for Day of Smiles

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The staff at Williamsburg Center for Dental Health provided over $20,000 worth of services for people in need during "Day of Smiles." (Courtesy Williamsburg Center for Dental Health)
The staff at Williamsburg Center for Dental Health provided over $20,000 worth of services for people in need during “Day of Smiles.” (Courtesy Williamsburg Center for Dental Health)

Williamsburg Center for Dental Health recently hosted its third annual “Day of Smiles,” a day of providing free dental care to those in need in the community.

Dr. Stacey Hall and her staff closed the office to regular patients on Oct. 9 and opened the doors to more than 35 individuals who otherwise could not afford dental work referred by Avalon, Grove Christian Outreach Center and 3eRestoration.

The patients who came in that day received cleanings, fillings and extractions free of charge. The cost of the entirety of services provided amounted to over $20,000.

“[Dr. Hall] is very passionate about giving back to the community,” said Emily Scott, the practice’s office manager. “This is a Christian-based office, and she believes God has provided this office for us so we can provide help for others.”