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Free Smiles by Ladd | Community Support | Ladd Dental | Kokomo Dentist

Happy Monday Dental family! First off, we want to thank all of the volunteers, patients, and Ladd team members who came out and supported our 13th annual Free Smiles By Ladd! We provided care to over 200 patients this past Friday, and we wouldn't have been able to do this without the time and effort of everybody involved! Also, a massive shout-out to our loyal sponsors who play a big role in allowing us to provide this service to the Kokomo, Peru and surrounding areas! Again, a massive thank you to everyone who played a role in our 13th annual Free Smiles Community Outreach program!
#CommunitySupport #CommunityStrong #KokomoDentist #PeruDentist#ThankYou #FreeSmiles 
Side note: A massive thank you to our Dentists and hygienists who donated their time to the community as well! Dr. Newman, Dr. McLellan, Dr. Ay-Yeung, Dr. Ladd (x2), all of our hygienists, and dental assistants, a massive golf clap is in order for all of you guys!






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