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Spreading Free Smiles In The Mountains

COARSEGOLD – Drs. Travis Kendall, Jacob Geyer and Eric Francom will host Coarsegold Dental’s second annual Dentistry From The Heart event, providing a free day of dental care to more than 100 residents on Saturday, Nov. 9.

Dentistry From The Heart patients have been known to travel great distances to participate in these community-based days of free dentistry.

In 2001, Dentistry From The Heart started with New Port Richey dentist Dr. Vincent Monticciolo as a way to give back to the community and provide aid to the growing number of Americans without dental insurance. Since its inception, Dentistry From The Heart has grown to include over 200 annual events nationwide and provided more than 45,000 people with free dental care services.

Each year, Drs. Kendall, Geyer, and Francom, and their team of assistants and volunteers, will provide patients on a first-come, first-served basis with a free extraction, filling or cleaning.

“We want to be able to give back to the community that has been so great to us,” said Dr. Kendall. “We want the residents of the community to know that we care about them and want to help those who are in need.” Dr. Geyer added, “Last year’s event was such a rewarding experience for all involved that we can’t wait to do it again. We’re looking forward to serving even more people this year.”

If you know someone in need of these services, invite them to stop in and take advantage of this free event. A throng of volunteers will assist Drs. Kendall, Geyer, and Francom on Saturday, Nov. 9, in spreading free smiles across Coarsegold and the mountain community through Dentistry From The Heart at Coarsegold Dental located at 35344 Highway 41, Suite F in Coarsegold. For more information please visit

Dentistry From The Heart is a registered non-profit organization that provides free dental work for those people in need. In the past nine years, Dentistry From The Heart events have contributed more than $8 million in free dentistry and helped more than 45,000 patients across the country. For more information, visit

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