Graduating Seniors Will Offer No Cost Dental Care Screenings at Loma Linda University School of Dentistry

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Graduating seniors from Loma Linda University School of Dentistry will screen for patients who need particular dental treatments, including fillings and dental cleanings.

Graduating seniors from Loma Linda University School of Dentistry will screen for patients who need particular dental treatments, including fillings and dental cleanings, to participate in their dental licensing exams.

Patients who qualify for the exam requirements will be offered the needed dental care at no cost.

Screenings will take place between 5:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. on the following dates: Tuesday, April 30; Thursday, May 2; Tuesday, May 7; and Thursday, May 9.

The screenings for each date will be in the lobby of the Loma Linda University School of Dentistry’s Prince Hall, 11092 Anderson St., Loma Linda.

Information: 909 558-4697.

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About Loma Linda University Health (LLUH)
Loma Linda University Health includes Loma Linda University's eight professional schools, Loma Linda University Medical Center's six hospitals and more than 900 faculty physicians located in the Inland Empire of Southern California. Established in 1905, LLUH is a global leader in education, research and clinical care. It offers over 100 academic programs and provides quality health care to 40,000 inpatients and 1.5 million outpatients each year. A Seventh-day Adventist organization, LLUH is a faith-based health system with a mission "to continue the teaching and healing ministry of Jesus Christ."

About Loma Linda University School of Dentistry
Loma Linda University School of Dentistry is one of 63 schools in the United States that trains students from at least 75 countries in the dental sciences. In 2011, 184 students received degrees among those offered in dentistry, dental hygiene, the International Dentistry Program and eight postgraduate programs. There were more than 118,419 patient visits in various clinics where students hone their clinical skills and prepare for board examinations. Students also volunteer for service in mobile clinics, health fairs, and community clinics. Many of the School’s 113 full-time, 218 part-time, and 137 volunteering dental faculty promote global oral healthcare through international lectures and in supervising students in the Service Learning International Program.

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