Dr. Reed Day of the surgery center will be taking part in the CADSF program being held at Arizona Veterans Memorial Coliseum on January 24 and 25, 2019, Dr.-Day.com reports


Dr. Reed Day, an oral surgeon in Phoenix, announces his practice Oral & Facial Surgery Center will be taking part in the free dental services event for veterans happening on January 24 and 25, 2019. For the second year in a row, CADSF will provide the services at the Maricopa County StandDown held at Arizona Veterans Memorial Coliseum, 1826 W McDowell Rd, Phoenix, Arizona 85007 and Dr. Day is thrilled to be a part of the event. The free services are open to US veterans in need of dental care.

“Research consistently shows oral health impacts a person’s overall health. In fact, when a dentist or oral surgeon examines the gums and teeth, he or she might 􏰀nd evidence of other medical conditions that need treatment. While regular care helps to prevent problems in the mouth, it is easy to overlook cleanings and other routine tasks when the teeth and gums appear healthy. Don’t make this mistake. Come to the event and have your teeth and gums checked. In the event a problem is found, dental services are being o􏰁ered at no charge. Veterans served our country and we should give back to them as a way of thanks. This event allows us to do so,” Dr. Reed Day of Oral & Facial Surgery Center explains.

The risk of dental problems increases when individuals don’t have regular checkups and cleanings. Gum disease remains an issue in this country and left untreated may lead to the loss of one or more teeth. However, there are additional reasons a person should have their teeth cleaned and their oral health checked regularly.

“A person’s teeth tend to become discolored as they age. Staining of the teeth is a common issue, and some individuals have crooked teeth and other problems that negatively impact their appearance. Furthermore, these problems might impact the normal functioning of the mouth and oral surgery in Phoenix could be needed to correct the problem. During this event, the dentist will look for problems such as these.

“Every person deserves a beautiful smile. However, dental costs have been rising over the years for a number of reasons. No person should have to do without the care they need simply because they cannot a􏰁ord it. This event helps to ensure veterans receive this care in a timely manner,” Dr. Day continues.

Thousands of veterans and their families today are either homeless or at risk of losing their home. Shelter becomes the top priority and other things, such as dental care, fall to the wayside. This event looks to help these individuals with a variety of issues, such as obtaining dental care, receiving assistance with VA bene􏰀ts, and more. Pet care is o􏰁ered along with haircuts and hygiene services, and there are only a few of the many ways veterans may receive assistance at the event.

“Come see us at Arizona Veterans Memorial Coliseum. We are here to help you resolve the most pressing issues in your life and ensure you get the medical, dental and behavioral treatment you need. Our team is thrilled to be a part of this event, as it helps us provide support for those who need and deserve it,” Dr. Day declares.

About Oral & Facial Surgery Center:

Oral & Facial Surgery Center in Phoenix specializes in oral surgery and dental implants providing total oral rehabilitation and cosmetic surgery in Phoenix. Single tooth implant or multiple dental implants, the All-on-4 implants enable full replacement in a day. Dr. Reed Day is an Oral Surgeon that has been performing orthognathic (corrective) jaw surgery and TMJ surgery in Phoenix for more than 22 yrs. Dr. Reed Day graduated from the Harvard School of Dental Medicine and Harvard Medical School.

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