East Brewster Dental to hold free day of dental for veterans November 9

"You've served us. Now let us serve you."
Dr. Stephen Bellorini, DMD, of East Brewster Dental, congratulates a distinguished U.S. Armed Services veteran following a free dental procedure provided in his dental office in 2012. Veterans are encouraged to bring ribbons, medals and other awards from

East Brewster Dental, LLC will hold its 4th annual free day of dentistry for veterans of the United States Armed Forces on Saturday, November 9, 2013. In honor of Veterans' Day, Dr. Stephen Bellorini will once again offer participating veterans the choice of one free dental procedure.

The event will be held at Dr. Bellorini's practice at 11 Bay State Court in Brewster.  "You've served us. Now let us serve you," said Dr. Bellorini.

Working in collaboration with Dentistry from the Heart, Dr. Bellorini will once again offer vets the choice of either a cleaning, a filling, an extraction or a denture repair. Last year, East Brewster Dental treated 200 eligible patients during two events--the equivalent of $50,000 in free dental care, according to a release from the practice.

Work will be provided between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. on a first come, first served basis. Patients need only provide the practice with proof of service such as a Form DD 214.

Dentistry from the Heart is a worldwide non-profit that provides free dental care to those in need. The organization works with dental practitioners willing to provide their services free of charge during special events. Dentistry from the Heart was founded by Florida dentist Dr. Vincent Monticciolo in  2001.


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