Making smiles happen


Courtesy of Kenny Hughes Sixth-grade student Octavia Balsa Hernandez was examined by Dr. Charles Tritle at Black Mountain Elementary School on Wednesday. Tritle and assistant Debbie Abreu visited the school to conduct dental surveillance screenings on the third- and sixth-grade students. “Making Smiles Happen” is an initiative sponsored by Delta Dental of Kentucky. The project is a partnership with Delta Dental of Kentucky’s charitable initiative Making Smiles Happen, Kentucky Youth Advocates, the University of Louisville School of Dentistry and several other local and statewide partners. The goal of the survey is to measure the oral health of children in Kentucky so that public health efforts can be evaluated. Students received a report for their parents to use for a follow up visit with their family dentist.


Courtesy of Kenny Hughes

Sixth-grade student Octavia Balsa Hernandez was examined by Dr. Charles Tritle at Black Mountain Elementary School on Wednesday. Tritle and assistant Debbie Abreu visited the school to conduct dental surveillance screenings on the third- and sixth-grade students. “Making Smiles Happen” is an initiative sponsored by Delta Dental of Kentucky. The project is a partnership with Delta Dental of Kentucky’s charitable initiative Making Smiles Happen, Kentucky Youth Advocates, the University of Louisville School of Dentistry and several other local and statewide partners. The goal of the survey is to measure the oral health of children in Kentucky so that public health efforts can be evaluated. Students received a report for their parents to use for a follow up visit with their family dentist.

Courtesy of Kenny Hughes Sixth-grade student Octavia Balsa Hernandez was examined by Dr. Charles Tritle at Black Mountain Elementary School on Wednesday. Tritle and assistant Debbie Abreu visited the school to conduct dental surveillance screenings on the third- and sixth-grade students. “Making Smiles Happen” is an initiative sponsored by Delta Dental of Kentucky. The project is a partnership with Delta Dental of Kentucky’s charitable initiative Making Smiles Happen, Kentucky Youth Advocates, the University of Louisville School of Dentistry and several other local and statewide partners. The goal of the survey is to measure the oral health of children in Kentucky so that public health efforts can be evaluated. Students received a report for their parents to use for a follow up visit with their family dentist.
http://harlandaily.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/04/web1_Octavia-1.jpgCourtesy of Kenny Hughes Sixth-grade student Octavia Balsa Hernandez was examined by Dr. Charles Tritle at Black Mountain Elementary School on Wednesday. Tritle and assistant Debbie Abreu visited the school to conduct dental surveillance screenings on the third- and sixth-grade students. “Making Smiles Happen” is an initiative sponsored by Delta Dental of Kentucky. The project is a partnership with Delta Dental of Kentucky’s charitable initiative Making Smiles Happen, Kentucky Youth Advocates, the University of Louisville School of Dentistry and several other local and statewide partners. The goal of the survey is to measure the oral health of children in Kentucky so that public health efforts can be evaluated. Students received a report for their parents to use for a follow up visit with their family dentist.
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