GREENIES® Dental Chews and Treats Help Keep Pets' Smiles Healthy

NASHVILLE, Tenn. , Jan. 5, 2012 /PRNewswire/ — The GREENIES® Brand group has announced a winners of a “Show Us Your Pet’s Healthy Smile” contest, an beginning to applaud a fun that dogs and cats move to their owners’ lives while lifting recognition about a significance of a healthy mouth for pets.

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This year, pet relatives uploaded 9,958 photos of their smiling dogs and cats to smile.greenies.com for a possibility to win a underline in The Bark repository and a year’s supply of giveaway GREENIES® dental chews

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GREENIES® Dental Chews and Treats Help Keep Pets’ Smiles Healthy

NASHVILLE, Tenn. , Jan. 5, 2012 /PRNewswire/ — The GREENIES® Brand group has announced a winners of a “Show Us Your Pet’s Healthy Smile” contest, an beginning to applaud a fun that dogs and cats move to their owners’ lives while lifting recognition about a significance of a healthy mouth for pets.

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This year, pet relatives uploaded 9,958 photos of their smiling dogs and cats to smile.greenies.com for a possibility to win a underline in The Bark repository and a year’s supply of giveaway GREENIES® dental chews

Article source: http://finance.yahoo.com/news/greenies-dental-chews-treats-help-161100900.html

Hope 4 Gaston gears adult for weekend giveaway

GASTON COUNTY, NC (WBTV) – Dozens of people incited out for a giveaway dental hospital hold during a Gaston County Health Department Friday. Gaston Family Health Services partnered with Hope4Gaston, Inc. to yield simple dental services giveaway of charge.

“It’s really humbling…some of us can’t go to Honduras or Slovenia..but we can yield for a possess people in town,” Dental Director William Donigan said.

Kevin Moore showed adult splendid and early and hoped to be one of a dozens to accept a help. Moore indispensable dual teeth pulled. He says one has been damaged given April.

Donigan says these days he’s conference a

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A new dental hospital non-stop Monday in Oregon City

Oregon City — Neighborhood Health Center non-stop a dental hospital Monday during 19029 S. Beavercreek Road.

The hospital is stuffing a need for verbal health caring for under-served populations: Oregonians who don’t have dental word and those lonesome by a Oregon Health Plan, that includes low-income residents receiving Medicaid and some on Medicare.

CareOregon, a largest managed caring classification portion people on a Oregon Health Plan, helped Multnomah County settle a Rockwood Community Health Center in Gresham and helped Clackamas County open a health hospital in Gladstone. The health organisation also combined clinics in Beaverton, Canby and

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A new dental clinic opened Monday in Oregon City

Oregon City — Neighborhood Health Center opened a dental clinic Monday at 19029 S. Beavercreek Road.

The clinic is filling a need for oral health care for under-served populations: Oregonians who don’t have dental insurance and those covered by the Oregon Health Plan, which includes low-income residents receiving Medicaid and some on Medicare.

CareOregon, the largest managed care organization serving people on the Oregon Health Plan, helped Multnomah County establish the Rockwood Community Health Center in Gresham and helped Clackamas County open a health clinic in Gladstone. The health group also created clinics in Beaverton, Canby and Milwaukie.

On Oct. 1, CareOregon started transferring ownership of these clinics to the new nonprofit called the Neighborhood Health Center. If a patient does not have coverage, the clinics offer a sliding fee scale based on income and family size.

“Oral health care access is quite limited for under-served populations like Medicaid, so these services are really needed. And oral health has a large impact on physical health, so treating oral health has a big impact on a patient’s overall health,” said the center’s chief executive officer James Schroeder — who led the creation of these clinics for CareOregon — in a news release. “In addition, tooth pain is a big driver of emergency room visits and is the number one reason kids miss school.”

For information, call the clinic at 503-941-3064.

For more background information, read a story by reporter Bill Graves published on Aug. 25.

— Vickie Kavanagh; 503-294-5913; or follow me on Twitter @okavkid