Dentists statewide are tooth fairies for kids

  • Updated: February 1, 2013 - 8:40 PM

Zoe Medina, 7, took a brief look at her shiny white teeth after being cleaned at the Eden Prairie Park Dental office, Friday, February 1, 2013.

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Morgan Landberg, 9, got her teeth worked on by Dr. Sarah Hermanson at Park Dental’s Eden Prairie office as part of the Give Kids a Smile program. Morgan was one of 32 patients signed up to get free dental care as the entire Park Dental staff volunteered for the task. The program is coordinated by the Minnesota Dental Association to provide care to low-income children. The two-day statewide program will continue Saturday. Zoe Medina, 7, also took a look at her shiny white teeth after a cleaning at Park Dental.

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