If you are in need of dental services, the University at Buffalo Dental School is providing free services in the community.

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The University at Buffalo's Dental School is going mobile! The school has a van that is providing free services to people in need in the community, according to WIVB. The “Smiles to Go” dental van is servicing folks now through October 9th at the Hennepin Community Center, located at 24 Ludington Street in Buffalo. Then the van will move over to Westminster Community Charter School, located at 24 Westminster Ave. in Buffalo, from October 13th through October 30th. The hours of the van are Monday through Friday, from 9 am to 4 pm.

“We’re providing treatment for people who are uninsured or underinsured at no cost.The funding is being provided by the mother foundation and a grant from delta dental to be able to provide the care for patients in need." ~ Sarah Barry d.D.S. of UB Dental School via WIVB

The "Smiles to Go" van will be conducting exams, cleanings, and fillings. The services will be provided by UB Dental School faculty, staff and students. If you would like to make an appointment, you'll need to register, by calling Julie at 716-803-3699 or Sarah at 716-449-1674.

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