LINCROFT, NJ - Our Veterans have given so much so that all Americans can be secure. Newman Springs Dental Care wants to help those that the Department of Veteran Affairs has not been able to. Drs Julia Cintron & Aparna Menon along with Dr. Friedman and their team of volunteers will do whatever they can to relieve dental pain and fix dental problems. The dental volunteers will provide examinations for cavities and gum disease, digital x-rays, blood pressure, Velscope (advanced oral cancer) screenings and complete review of findings. Screening for periodontal disease which has strong links with systemic conditions such as cancer, Alzheimer’s Disease, heart & kidney disease, diabetes and stroke risk will be part of the program. A choice of an extraction, filling or cleaning will be provided. This dental care will be provided at  Newman Springs Dental Care at 539 Newman Springs Road in Lincroft. Veterans who need ongoing care or who have problems that cannot be fixed in one day are referred to community clinics, where they can receive ongoing treatment at low or no cost.

Newman Springs Dental Care has been the home of Dentistry From The Heart since 2007. Last year over $47,565 of free dental care was provided to 95 patients in a single day. Since 2007, that’s over $440,000 in care for more than 1200 grateful recipients in the greater Lincroft area.

“The 2015 annual Veterans’ Smile Day saw more than 300 dentists from nearly all the 50 states, providing more than $300,000 in free dental services to an estimated 2,000 veterans,” said Dr. Mitchel Friedman. “Dr. Deryck Pham, a Navy veteran and a Dentist practicing in Southern New Jersey, founded the event in 2012.”

The corporate sponsor is Henry Schein Dental made possible by the generosity and volunteering of Noah Schayowitz through “Henry Schein Cares” which supports philanthropic dental programs.

For more information about Dentistry From The Heart or to schedule an appointment for our Veterans Smile Day call 732-741-6444 or visit www.NewmanSpringsDentalCare.com.  Veterans will be required to present their “Certificate of Eligibility” to be offered any donated services