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Free dental services provided to those in need

CINCINNATI, OH (FOX19) -

Nothing in life is free – except a dental exam and other health care perks provided by a local dentist and his colleagues on Friday.

The second annual Cincy Care To Share event provided the opportunity to receive free community health services to those in need, including dental care, mammograms and check-ups.

According to Dr. Scott Sayre, founder and pioneer in sedation dentistry, many of the services provided at the event are necessities that individuals often skip out on because of their financial situation.

Several healthcare providers provided services, including The Red Cross, The Jewish Hospitals, Figure Weight Loss, Karma Wellness Studio, CincySmiles Foundation, Academic Rentals of Cincinnati, and Northern Kentucky Silkscreening of Florence.

For more information, visit CincyCaretoShare.org.

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