Anderson Pediatric Dentistry Introduces 'No Cavity Club' for Children

Dr. Monn has a new “No Cavity Club” for children who come in for their check up and have no cavities.

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Anderson, SC (PRWEB) April 16, 2014

Anderson Pediatric Dentistry is excited to introduce a new program that encourages children to take care of their teeth. The new “No Cavity Club” rewards children who come in for a check-up and have no cavities.

Children in the “No Cavity Club” get their name on the bulletin board and are entered into a monthly drawing for an exciting prize. The first winner, for the month of March, was Bella R. from Seneca. Her prize was handpicked by Dr. Monn and can be viewed at the Anderson Pediatric Dentistry Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/AndersonPediatricDentistry. Check back every month to see the new winners.

Dr. Monn is once again the sponsor of Ambassador Alley during the March of Dimes March for Babies. She will provide a wonderful gift basket for a lucky winner on the day of the walk, which will take place April 26. Dr. Monn is a big supporter of the March of Dimes and their cause of helping all babies have the best start possible in life.

To learn more about the new “No Cavity Club” or the March of Dimes March for Babies, contact Anderson Pediatric Dentistry by calling 864-760-1440 or visiting their website.

About the company:

Anderson Pediatric Dentistry, PA provides dentistry for children. Dr. Kathleen Monn is an experienced dentist for kids with a Doctor of Dental Medicine Degree from the Medical University of South Carolina. In addition to the four years of dental school training, Dr. Monn has two years of specialty training. During this training, she gained the knowledge necessary to treat the issues unique to infants, children and adolescents, including those with special healthcare needs. Dr. Monn has learned the different approaches in dealing with behavior, guiding dental growth and avoiding dental problems in children from infancy through the teenage years. For more information, visit Anderson Pediatric Dentistry's website at http://www.andersonpediatricdentistry.com.


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