Dentist for charity work or low fee??

Dentist for charity work or low fee??

Dentist for charity work or low fee??

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Some schools offer no or low cost services, look into your area to see if one of the university's offers this program. I am from New Orleans and LSU school of dentistry offered help at no or little cost, It benefits the students as well as yourself. Check into it and good luck!

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