2012 Wrigley Grant Participants

September 2012
Access;Sep/Oct2012, Vol. 26 Issue 8, p22
The article provides information about some programs offering high quality care supported by the Wrigley Grants. The programs, overseen and operated by dental hygienists help senior citizens in nursing homes as well as children with special needs. The Huntridge Teen Clinic helps teens with their dental problems. In the School Sealant Program, children receive high quality care. Just Kids Dental works for the well being of underserved children.


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