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Foothill Family Dental Group Visits the Preschool

Foothill Family Dental Group recently visited the students at Foothill Christian Preschool. During the visit Dr. Reema Arnouk demonstrated proper brushing & flossing techniques, answered the students questions and handed out free oral hygiene kits to all of the students. Dr. Arnouk said, “These are special opportunities to connect with the children at the preschool and help teach them how to properly take care of their teeth.”
“Equipping children with the knowledge and tools to enjoy a lifetime of dental health is a key part of our mission at Foothill Family Dental Group,” remarked Dr. Arnouk. She was very impressed with the students and commented, “We always love seeing all of the bright smiles of the students and seeing their enthusiasm for learning. Thank you Foothill Christian Preschool for welcoming us and partnering with us to promote dental health in our community.”
Foothill Family Dental Group cares for dental needs of every member of your family in a friendly environment that also welcomes and caters to all children, starting at age one. Their staff Pedodontist specializes in children’s dentistry and will help your child have a positive, stress-free and pain-free experience.
Call Foothill Family Dental Group today at 626-963-3322 to schedule an appointment!
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