Fresh Breath Offering Free Tooth Extractions

November 19, 2019 | 3 Comments

Fresh Breath Dental will be offering free tooth extractions to the general public on Thursday [Nov 21] from 12.30pm to 4.30pm at its location on the first floor of Cedarpark Centre at 48 Cedar Avenue in Hamilton.

A spokesperson said, “If you are struggling with tooth pain and have difficulty getting access to dental services, Fresh Breath Dental will be closing its office to offer free extractions to the general public by its highly skilled team and partners from 12.30pm to 4.30pm on Thursday, November 21 at its premises.

“Since its inception, Fresh Breath Dental has been dedicated to improving the oral health of the Bermudian community and is dedicated to oral health awareness and taking steps to ensure accessibility to services for all. It offers, in conjunction with its community partners, free extractions once a year for the unemployed and underinsured.”

Fresh Breath Dental Free Tooth Extractions Bermuda Nov 2019

“We are joining hands with the Bermuda Cancer and Health Centre’s annual Men’s Health Screening which takes place at the Seventh Day Adventist Hall on King Street on Thursday, November 21, and we encourage all men in Bermuda to take part and focus on their health. Men can collect their teeth extraction vouchers at the event.

“Women can come directly to the practice.

“This free event is for one free tooth extraction per patient [not including wisdom teeth] and is available to adults only. There are no scheduled appointments. Services are first-come, first-served.

“Fresh Breath Dental is conveniently located on the first floor of the Cedarpark Centre at 48 Cedar Avenue in Hamilton.

“For more information about the general services offered by Fresh Breath Dental, visit their website or give them a call to book an appointment at 441-433-6825. Follow Fresh Breath Dental on Instagram at @freshbreathdentalbda or Facebook at Fresh Breath Dental.”

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  1. Knowledge says:

    Now this the what Bermuda needs. More businesses like this. Gives back to the community, good work fresh breath

  2. Things a Gwan says:

    I will be there at twooth hurty.

  3. campervan says:

    Kudos to you.

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