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Free Dental Care at Grove Dental Group – Wyomissing

Story written by Allison Langdon

Free Dental Care at Grove Dental Group – Wyomissing

Can we serve you or someone you know? Join Grove Dental Group on State Hill Rd in Wyomissing for a day of FREE dental care for those in need.

On September 21, 2019, Grove Dental Group will host its seventh annual Dentistry from the Heart event at its State Hill Rd location on 2228 State Hill Road, Wyomissing, PA 19610. Free dental services will be provided to those who normally cannot afford them. The event begins at 7:30 a.m. We guarantee to see the first 150 guests in line. NO strings attached, nor are you required to become a Grove Dental patient. Must be 18 or older.

This is strictly a first-come, first-serve event. We do not take requests or appointments. We do our very best to help as many people as we can. Guests can choose from one of three options of dental services: filling, extraction, or cleaning.

We are so grateful that our community has supported us for the past 40+ years and fortunate to be able to provide some relief to many through this free day of service. We would not be able to accomplish this without the help of many other local businesses, volunteers, and our caring team at #GroveDental. Of special note, Berks Oral Surgery + Dental Implant Center will be volunteering their time to assist us in treating attendees and Y102 will also be there!

Please help us spread the word by visiting our Facebook event page and sharing it with your friends, family & neighbors. Find out more on our website. For more information, please contact us at 610-347-5460 and check back on our event page for updates.

Dentistry from the Heart
In 2001, Dentistry from the Heart started with Dr. Vincent Monticello as a way to give back to the community and provide aid to the growing number of Americans without dental insurance. Dentistry from the Heart has grown to include over 200 annual events nationwide and around the world and has provided more than 80,000 people with an estimated $8 million in free dental care services.