Claremore Daily Progress


October 19, 2012

Annual Free Dental Day Nov. 17

CLAREMORE — Flawless Smile, located at 1502 W. Blue Starr Drive, will give back to the community during Free Dental Day on Saturday, Nov. 17 from 8 a.m. to noon.

Insurance or not, adults can receive either one extraction or one filling, and children up to age 12 will receive a free cleaning.

“We expect quite a few people for the event,” said Dental Assistant Kerry Page. “Flawless Smile is the only office in the Claremore area to provide the public with this type of free dental treatment.”

Dr. Ali Torabi will have extra colleagues on hand to help with the first come, first serve event.

“My wife and I have always liked the idea of giving back,” said Torabi.  “We chose this date close to Thanksgiving because it is a time of giving thanks for our life, family and all God has helped us to achieve.”

Torabi earned his bachelor’s of science degree from the University of Central Oklahoma in Edmond before receiving his doctorate of dental surgery from the University of Oklahoma.

In addition, Dr. Torabi is a member of the American Dental Association, Oklahoma Dental Association, Rogers County Dental Society and DOCS for oral sedation.

For more information on Free Dental Day or Flawless Smile, call (918) 342-4444.

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