Photo taken at Parker Family Health Center Board meeting. From left: Terence Flynn, PFHC Board Co-Chair; Mary Nicosia, PFHC Director/Clinical Coordinator; Dr. Mitchel Friedman, Newman Springs Dental Care; Gina Petillo, Board Co-Chair; and Dr. James McGuinness, PFHC Medical Director.
Lincroft, NJ - Drs. Mitchel Friedman, Aparna Menon and John Ding of Newman Springs Dental Care in Lincroft believe that having a whiter smile can do more than make you feel more confident; it can help sick and disadvantaged children get needed health care.
The board of trustees accepted the check from Dr. Mitchel Friedman at the Parker Family Heather Center in Red Bank. Dr. Friedman, his staff and patients together raised $3,785 by whitening the donor’s smiles. The donation was shared equally between the Smiles For Life and Parker Family Health Center (PFHC). SmilesForLife.org is a charity organization that raises funds for the benefit of children.
The Crown Council is pleased to announce another incredible campaign for the Smiles for Life Foundation, which raised $1.75 million for underprivileged children this year. The Smiles for Life Campaign, made possible by Ultradent and Crown Council dentists, is dedicated to children in need in North America and has raised over $40 million since it was formed.
Newman Springs Dental Care is located at 539 Newman Springs Road in Lincroft. Call today 732-741-6444 for free friendly phone advice or visit