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Free dental exams offered

A South Surrey dentist plans to bring some smiles back by offering free examinations and X-rays July 25-31.

Dr. Harinder Dhanju and his team at Pacific Oral Health Care Centre aim to help hundreds of people in need of dental work by providing the free services, as well as discounts on all other work required.

This will be the team of dentists’ second combined charity event, taking place at their new South Surrey facility, located at 15850 24 Ave.

Patients can come in at 9 a.m. Doctors will be treating as many patients as they can until 5 p.m. each day.

The Pacific Oral Health Society is a registered non-profit organization that works to provide affordable and accessible oral-health care.

 

 

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